Posted on July 12, 2017 Work Injury
Almost 5,000 American workers were killed on the job in 2015, and almost 3 million workers were injured. Many of those deaths and injuries happened here in Wisconsin. On May 31, 2017, an explosion at Didion Milling Plant in Cambria, Wisconsin, killed three workers and injured 11 others. Six years ago the corn mill had… read more
An injury on your farm directly affects your livelihood. Bye, Goff & Rohde has over 140 years combined experience helping farm accident victims. In Wisconsin, 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… read more
It depends on how the injury occurred, and whether the product was defective and unreasonably dangerous. Usually, an employee injured at work may not sue their own employer, but instead may collect worker’s compensation benefits. If an injury is caused by negligence of a party not connected with the employer, a claim may be brought… read more
Posted on September 19, 2011 Bicycle Injury,Boating Injury,Brain Injury,Bus Accidents,Construction Accidents,Dangerous Products (Product Liability),Dog Bites,Drunk Driving,Farm Accidents,General,Insurance Disputes,Medical Malpractice,Motorcycle Injury,Pedestrian Injury,Personal Injury,Pharmaceutical Product Injury,Semi Truck Accidents,Slip & Fall,Spinal Injury,That’s Outrageous!,Vehicle Accidents,What We Do For You (Civil Process),Work Injury,You’re Injured, Now What?
When it comes to analyzing a settlement offer that an injured person has received from an insurance company–whether that person is represented by an attorney or not–there are a great many factors that must be considered. First and foremost, the nature and extent of the injuries, and whether there will be continuing or even permanent… read more
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