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October is National Pedestrian Safety Month

October 23, 2020

Distracted driving has become a major concern over the last decade, as drivers use cell phones and other electronic devices while they are behind the wheel.

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Do I Need an Attorney for a Traumatic Brain Injury?

March 10, 2020

Many types of injuries are serious, but none are likely more severe than a traumatic brain injury. A traumatic brain injury, TBI, is an injury to the brain that is caused by a strong blow to the head. If you or a loved one suffered a TBI, the first and most important consideration is your […]

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Glare Ice Caused Dozens of Accidents across Wisconsin

February 6, 2020

Icy roads made travel hazardous for millions of people in Wisconsin. Recently, ice in the area was blamed for dozens of accidents and more than 80 crashes in La Crosse County alone. Freezing rain can accumulate on road surfaces and sidewalks, making travel difficult. Glare ice is being blamed for many incidents on Wisconsin roads […]

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What if I am Partly to Blame for an Accident?

December 18, 2019

Traffic accidents are common occurrences. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), there are about 6 million traffic accidents in the United States each year. About 3 million people a year suffer injuries and about 90 people a day die due to traffic crashes. Luckily, most traffic accidents are minor fender-benders. If you […]

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What Should I do if I was Hurt in an Accident?

November 23, 2019

An accident can happen in an instant. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), on average, about 6 million car accidents happen each year in the United States and about 3 million people are injured as a result. Chances are that you will be involved in some type of vehicle accident at some […]

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National School Bus Safety Week

October 19, 2019

Protecting our children from harm is the number one job of parents, educators, and others. According to the National Safety Council, about 25 million children across the country take school buses to and from school. Safety is a concern for children who travel to school by bus. The National Safety Council designated October 21 through […]

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AAA Study Finds Running Red Light Deaths at 10-Year High

October 4, 2019

The AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety recently released a report about fatalities due to drivers running red lights. More than two people a day are killed in traffic accidents in the U.S. in which the driver went through a red light. The report used data from 2017, the most recent crash information available. The data […]

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What are the Requirements for Vehicle Insurance in Wisconsin?

September 29, 2019

Driving a vehicle comes with some risks. A vehicle crash happens about once a minute in the United States, making it a common occurrence. You are likely to be involved in an accident at some time in your life. Fortunately, most traffic accidents are minor fender-benders, and do not result in serious injuries or damages. […]

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Drowning Deaths Up 58% in Lake Michigan

August 30, 2019

Everyone likes to cool off on a hot summer day by jumping into the lake. Typically, a day at the beach should not be dangerous. However, this year has been a particularly hazardous one for swimmers in Lake Michigan. This year, drowning have increased on Lake Michigan by 58%, according to the Great Lakes Surf […]

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Distracted Driving Still a Major Cause of Wisconsin Accidents

July 28, 2019

Over the years, many new safety features have been installed in vehicles to make them safer on the roads. These safety features helped reduce accidents and deaths on the roadways for a period of time. However, over the past decade, the number of traffic deaths and accidents is again on the rise. One of the […]

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