Document your Personal Injury expenses if you plan to make a claim
An accident can have effects that last much longer and reach much farther than you could ever imagine. One accident is all it takes to turn your life upside down. While monetary compensation can’t bring back lost time, it can certainly help ease the financial burdens placed on you. However, you must document everything carefully. Here’s how to document personal injury expenses so you and a Wisconsin personal injury...
Your right to a Preliminary Hearing in Wisconsin
The state of Wisconsin offers those charged with a felony the right to a preliminary hearing, also called a prelim or preliminary examination. This portion of the court case happens early, within 10 to 20 days of the defendant’s first appearance in front of the judge, depending on whether the defendant is in custody or not. What happens during a prelim is often a source of confusion for people who haven’t been through it before....
Charged with Possession of Drug Paraphernalia in Wisconsin?
In Wisconsin, drug paraphernalia can include anything that you could use to grow, cultivate, or use illegal drugs. It can include pipes, needles, scales, and razors, among other items. The statute does not define clearly what constitutes paraphernalia. A wide range of objects can be deemed to be drug paraphernalia. On the other hand, the statute requires that, to be guilty of possession of paraphernalia, you must have some intent...
A Criminal Lawyer In Madison Explains What Constitutes Probable Cause For Conducting Dog Sniff Searches In Wisconsin
As we mentioned in a prior blog post, motorists are protected from unreasonable searches and seizure unless the officer has probable cause for doing so. If he or she has probable cause, a search may be legally conducted. This includes dog sniff searches to look for drugs that may be present in the vehicle.
But what constitutes probable cause in this situation? In the case...
Determine The Worth Of Your Slip And Fall Case: Hire A Personal Injury Attorney In Madison, WI
Suing after a slip and fall injury is a fairly common occurrence, especially when the victim’s life has been irrevocably changed as a result of the incident. But is it always worth it? In some cases, yes. In others, no. Before you get your hopes up that a lawsuit will bring a windfall, consult Eisenberg Law Offices, a personal injury attorney in Madison, WI.
Our personal injury attorneys...