Careless or Distracted Driving Accident Laws in Wisconsin: Reaction Time In An Accidentin Personal Injury
April is National Distracted Driving Awareness month, which is an issue we understand to be extremely important as a personal injury attorney representing those injured in harmful accidents.
Why Medical Records are Important After You’re Injured in a Vehicle Accidentin Personal Injury
If you are injured in a car, truck or motorcycle accident, one of the most important things to do is to seek prompt medical attention.
Guide to Medical Insurance Questions for Recent Car Accident Victimsin Personal Injury
If you are injured in a car accident, you may find yourself dealing with medical appointments, undergoing tests and other treatment procedures for your injuries. This can be worrisome for Wisconsin-personal-injury-case.jpganyone, especially if you don’t know what to expect or how to prepare for your appointments.
Understanding Snowmobile or All-Terrain Vehicle Accident Injury Claimsin Personal Injury
Driving or riding on all-terrain vehicles is a popular year-round activity for many Wisconsin residents and vacationers.
Understanding the Risks: Pros & Cons of Talking Directly to an Insurance Adjuster After an Accidentin Personal Injury
After an automobile, truck, motorcycle or ATV accident, you may be surprised at how quickly you are contacted by an insurance adjuster or claims examiner. While procedures vary among insurance companies, it’s not unusual to be contacted while you are still in the hospital or while you are still being treated.
When Do I Get Reimbursed After a Car Accident?in Personal Injury
Reimbursement of expenses after an accident can often cause trouble for clients of ours. Expenses are incurred almost immediately after a truck accident, car accident, dog bite, and any type of personal injury accident in Wisconsin.
Social Media After An Accident The Do’s and Don’tsin Personal Injury
You may have a desire to disclose the facts of your accident or information about the damages that you have incurred on social media platforms following your accident, however there are several ways this could impact your case.
What is Contributory Negligence?in Personal Injury
Even when a person is making a claim, at times, the person that is making the claim will also be partially at fault for the accident. That in legal terms is contributory negligence.
What To Do After An Accident: Should I Photograph the Scene?in Personal Injury
In 2017 the PEW Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project found that over 77% of American adults have smartphones and the 2015 PEW report showed 92% of Americans own a cell phone.
Schott, Bublitz & Engel s.c. has been meeting the legal needs of clients in Wisconsin for over 26 years. As the firm’s reputation has grown, so has the extent of our legal expertise.
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