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January 2015 Archives

Jury agrees medical malpractice led to woman's brain damage

It is only natural for people to make mistakes in their everyday lives. Mistakes even often occur in a person's work environment. While some mistakes are understandable and forgivable, medical malpractice stemming from a medical care provider's negligence can have devastating consequences for patients in Wisconsin and all across the country. One recent lawsuit filed on behalf of an out-of-state woman claims that a terrible mistake caused permanent brain damage.

Man faces charges in alcohol-related car accident in Wisconsin

Some people consider traffic signs and stoplights nothing more than nuisances in their daily commutes. Fortunately, many view them for what they are -- measures that likely save millions of lives each and every day. Choosing to ignore the safety laws governing traffic can have deadly consequences. For example, a fatal car accident in Wisconsin is believed to have been caused by a man driving under the influence who failed to stop at an intersection.

Wisconsin senator seeks to expand state medical malpractice laws

Most people who lose a loved one due to another's negligence or recklessness have a desire for legal recourse, whether that comes in the form of a criminal conviction or civil litigation. Those who have lost a loved one as a result of medical malpractice in Wisconsin, however, may have few legal avenues open to them under certain circumstances. One state senator is seeking to change state laws in order to open the door to justice.

Wisconsin man killed in suspected drunk driving car accident

Most people who use the roadways are likely aware that they face some degree of risk. They could be injured as a result of a miscalculation of their own or due to the negligence of someone else. Most people, however, feel they are relatively safe walking on a neighborhood sidewalk. Unfortunately, a young man in Wisconsin recently lost his life in a car accident after being struck by a vehicle while he was on a sidewalk.

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