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Posted on December 30, 2019 General,Personal Injury,Vehicle Accidents
2020 is almost here! For many, this means one last bash before we start looking forward to our new year. Whatever your plans are to ring in 2020, the most important thing on New Year’s Eve is to have fun and stay safe. So, how can you ensure that your New Year’s Eve doesn’t end… read more
What to Do if You Are Injured on Vacation
Posted on July 15, 2019 Personal Injury,You’re Injured, Now What?
Vacation season is well underway, and as much as you might not want to think about an accident happening while you are on vacation enjoying yourself, accidents can happen at any time and it is best to be prepared for any circumstance. Keep Detailed Records Take pictures of everything. If you were in a car… read more
Posted on June 17, 2019 Boating Injury,Personal Injury
It’s that time of year again when we head to the lakes, rivers and beaches to soak up some sun, relax and enjoy time with family. After long winters we are excited to get back out on the water but there are some things to remember before heading out if boating is part of your… read more
Farm Directly Affects Your Livelihood
Posted on June 3, 2019 Farm Accidents,Personal Injury
An Injury on Your Farm Directly Affects Your Livelihood In the Midwest, farming is a family tradition and a source of pride for many residents. For generations, farmers have worked hard to provide for their families and communities. However, farms can be dangerous places. Too often, the livelihood of farmers is jeopardized by an agricultural… read more
Posted on May 16, 2019 Pedestrian Injury,Personal Injury,You’re Injured, Now What?
As the temperature rises, walking is a great way to stay active and enjoy the weather. But pedestrian injuries are on the rise with the most common being distracted while walking. Last year alone nearly 6,000 people were struck and killed by a car while walking. Enjoy your surroundings and put your safety first—and the… read more
Avoid Injury This April Fools’ Day
Posted on April 1, 2019 Personal Injury
Today is April Fools’ day, an annual celebration that is filled with fun and excitement. A day for pranksters to go wild. Around this time of the year, pranksters begin planning with time and energy how to catch their victim off guard and caught in the prank. While the majority of April Fools’ pranks are all… read more
Attorney Tracy Tool Featured Speaker on Personal Injury Law
Posted on May 11, 2018 Personal Injury,What We Do For You (Civil Process),You’re Injured, Now What?
Attorney Tracy Tool, a partner at Bye, Goff & Rohde will be a featured speaker for the National Business Institute upcoming webcast on the subject of “Key Medical Expert Deposition and Cross-Examination Tactics” on May 22, 2018. Tracy lectures regularly on legal topics including Personal Injury and Civil Trial Advanced Practices. As a lawyer, Tracy focuses… read more
What Should I do if Injured on Vacation?
Posted on May 4, 2018 Personal Injury,You’re Injured, Now What?
Vacation season is just around the corner. Preparing to travel and taking the family someplace away from home is an exciting time. There are so many things to plan – flights, rental cars, packing suitcases, entertainment. In the midst of all of this planning, you are not likely preparing for an accident, or what… read more
Wrong-Way Driver Causes Serious Accident on I-94
Posted on March 2, 2018 Car Accidents,Distracted Driver Accident,Drunk Driving,In The News,Personal Injury,Wrongful Death
When an accident is reported involving a driver traveling in the wrong direction, the initial reaction is likely, “What in the heck were they thinking?” This is understandable since most people who mistakenly wind up in the wrong lane of traffic take immediate corrective action and get back into the correct lane. Unfortunately, other drivers… read more
The National Council on Aging Offers Helpful Steps to Prevent Falls For People Over Age 65
Posted on May 31, 2017 Nursing Home Accident,Personal Injury,Slip & Fall
According to the National Council on Aging (NCOA), falls are the leading cause of both fatal and nonfatal injuries for people over age 65. Because the key is to know where to look, the NCAO lists the following common factors that can lead to a fall: Balance and gait: During the aging process, people commonly lose… read more