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October 2015 Archives

Personal injury lawsuit possible after Wisconsin dog attack

Pets are often considered part of the family. When there is a real or perceived threat to a pet, owners often react just as they would if their children were being attacked. Unfortunately, one woman in Wisconsin is said to have suffered serious injuries while trying to protect her dog. In similar dog attack cases, victims have chosen to hold dog owners accountable by filing a personal injury lawsuit.

Wisconsin police say fatal car accident was intentional

In some cases, it is difficult to predict when an accident might occur. Because of this lack of predictability, most drivers take safety measures in an attempt to prevent an accident. However, police in Wisconsin believe that a driver purposely caused a car accident that resulted in the death of a young woman.

Wisconsin recognizes risks of distracted driving accident

People in Wisconsin are likely aware of the potential consequences of texting and driving. However, it is easy of for a person to get in the mindset that an accident caused by inattention will not happen to him or her. The fact is, however, that just a single moment of inattention can result in a distracted driving accident. As a result, Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker has recently named October as Distracted Driving Awareness Month.

Drunk driving charges follow Wisconsin car accident

Most drivers are aware of the dangers of driving under the influence of alcohol and over the speed limit. They are even aware of the potential consequences of their actions. However, many of these same people still engage in these potentially risky behaviors, jeopardizing their personal safety as well as the safety of others. One woman in Wisconsin recently suffered serious injuries as a result of a car accident that police claim happened as a result of such behavior.

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