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Category: Unsafe Places (Premises Liability)

Slip and Fall Accidents – What You Can Do to Minimize Them in Your Home

Posted on June 17, 2015 General,Personal Injury,Slip & Fall,Unsafe Places (Premises Liability)

Slipping, tripping, and falling are more common than most people realize. And they often involve serious injuries. According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), unintentional falls accounted for over 30,000 deaths in the United States in 2013. The CDC estimates that up to 30% of the people who slip and fall will suffer moderate… read more

Be Careful When Engaging In Any Equine Activity

Posted on April 8, 2014 General,Myth Debunker,Unsafe Places (Premises Liability)

The Wisconsin legislature had determined that equine activities are inherently risky, including all of the following dangerous situations that form an integral part of equine activities:  (1) The unpredictability of an equine’s reaction to a sound, movement or unfamiliar object, person or animal; (2) A collision with an object or another animal; and (3) Natural… read more

What does this word mean? Interrogatories

Posted on June 2, 2011 Boating Injury,Construction Accidents,Semi Truck Accidents,Unsafe Places (Premises Liability),Vehicle Accidents,What We Do For You (Civil Process),Wrongful Death,You’re Injured, Now What?

Interrogatories are a commonly used form of written discovery that enable attorneys to obtain basic information about claims, defenses, and other issues in a case.  Often, written discovery through interrogatories is the first method of discovery employed in a case.  For victims of physical injuries, the questions commonly concern the nature of injuries sustained, names… read more

What does this word mean? Subrogation

Posted on June 2, 2011 Dangerous Products (Product Liability),Dog Bites,General,Insurance Disputes,Medical Malpractice,Tags,Unsafe Places (Premises Liability),Vehicle Accidents,What Does This Word Mean?,Work Injury

Subrogation literally means the substitution of one person in the place of another as owner or partial owner of a legal claim.  This issue arises most commonly in the situation where an injured person’s health insurance company makes payments for medical expenses that are related to an accident.  Take the situation of a person injured… read more