Madison Personal Injury Attorneys can assist if your child had been bitten by a dog
If your child has been bitten by a dog, there is a good chance that they have suffered both physical and emotional trauma. In this case, the owner of the dog could be liable and responsible for paying their medical bills and other expenses associated with the attack. Dog owners are strictly liable in Wisconsin under most circumstances for damage their dog causes. The key is[...]
Personal Injury Attorneys in Madison WI can represent your Family in injury cases
If your child has been harmed by a school official or someone else in authority, they have rights and you can sue on their behalf. Recently, a Staten Island student settled a lawsuit where he was awarded $400,000 for injuries he sustained. At the time, Brian Shane was a fifteen-year-old student, attending a high school for those with special needs and disabilities. While playing in the gym, Shane[...]
Top 7 Tips to Prepare for Your Personal Injury Lawsuit in Madison WI
If you were recently injured in a car crash or had a slip and fall accident, you need to speak with a personal injury lawyer in Madison as soon as possible. There is a statute of limitations for filing your case so it is critical that you do so right away. It does not cost you anything to schedule a consultation and at this appointment we can provide[...]
As tattoos and tattoo parlors have become more commonplace, there has been an increase in tattoo lawsuits. The liability risks of tattoo parlors are many and varied, but only a Wisconsin personal injury lawyer can help you determine if a tattoo parlor was truly negligent and responsible for your injuries.
Skiing is a fun pastime and a great way to stay active during our long Wisconsin winters. It's also a great way to get injured and sometimes it's through no fault of your own. Our injury lawyers in Madison review ski resort liability claims. Sometimes they have a basis in fact, sometimes they don't. Whether or not a ski resort is liable for injuries depends on how and where you were injured.