The law of personal injury provides an injured person to file a lawsuit and to obtain legal remedy for all damages resulting from an accident or other events. The personal injury process aims to allow the injured person to be financially compensated or made whole after receiving harm due to the carelessness or negligent conduct of…

Car accidents are a leading cause of injury and death across United States According to the Wisconsin Department of Transportation, 129,051 accidents took place in Wisconsin. As per statistical data, car accidents remain a phenomenal issue in Wisconsin and so are Personal Injury claims in these accidents. CAR ACCIDENTS AND PERSONAL INJURY CLAIMS The fault…

OWI is an acronym for “Operating While Intoxicated” and is the more general term used in Wisconsin, “drunk driving” offense. The terms OWI, DUI, DWI, BAC, and PAC are synonymous and also refer to motor vehicle activities under the influence of a “controlled substance” or “toxicant.” The OWI law of Wisconsin doesn’t quite generalize all…

Insurance companies are trying to wriggle out of paying the full amount of the claim or even deny the claim in full. If your insurance company does not live up to its promise to deliver on your complaint, the only option is to sue them. All states have laws that allow insurance companies to act…

A non-compete agreement between employers and employees in Wisconsin can be used to prevent an employee from engaging in certain activities in a particular geographical area for a period of time after the employee stops working for the employer. Non-compete agreements, often known as covenants or restrictive agreements, are arrangements between employer and employee that…

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