Eight things to do if you’re in a bicycle accident

Bicycle commuting is becoming increasingly popular in the United States. Not only is riding a bike good for your health, it is also good for the environment. According to Statista, the number of bicyclists has increased dramatically in recent years, from 51 million bike riders in 2012 to more than 66 million bike riders in […]

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Traumatic brain injuries are a risk in motorcycle accidents

Many Wisconsin residents choose to commute by motorcycle because they enjoy the freedom that two-wheeled vehicles provide. Motorcycles are an efficient way to get from place to place and when vehicle drivers utilize safe practices on the roads motorcyclists can avoid becoming victims of automobile crashes. However, motorcycle accidents do still happen when drivers are […]

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Your license will be permanently revoked after 4 OWI convictions

Everyone enjoys a cold beer or stiff cocktail now and then. It’s a great way to blow off steam after a long work week, reconnect with old friends and keep the cheers going at a Badger’s game. While there’s nothing wrong with having a drink, deciding to drive afterword will almost certainly land you in […]

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What is a wrongful death?

Accidents on Wisconsin roads and highways often result in minor injuries and damage to the parties’ personal property. However, some accidents are so horrendous that they claim the lives of the victims involved in the crashes. When a person dies in an auto accident and the cause is the conduct of another party, the loved […]

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Number one cause of teen deaths: Distracted driving

The number one cause of death of American teens is not shootings, suicides or disease. At the top of the list is distracted driving, says the education and outreach coordinator for Impact Teen Drivers. Heidi Deane says that drunk driving fatalities among teenagers has actually been on the decline, reckless and distracted driving has been […]

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