Slip and Fall on Ice – can I sue?
Ice is the bane of many people’s existence, especially if they’ve ever slipped on it. Sometimes ice just happens, and you have to be careful. But sometimes ice is present because of someone else’s neglect, and you can get reimbursed for your medical costs and pain and suffering if you can prove liability. However, proving liability in weather-related slip-and-fall cases can be tricky, and you need a Madison WI lawyer to help you put...
Is the smell of pot probable cause to search your vehicle in Wisconsin?
Marijuana has become the issue de jour, with more states legalizing the drug for medical use, recreational use, or more. In Wisconsin the drug remains illegal. Precedents for allowing police to search your vehicle if they smell marijuana have been set in court. If you have been pulled over and accused of marijuana use due to an odor of THC, you need to contact a lawyer from Eisenberg Law Offices quickly.
Which Madison Personal Injury Attorney is right for you?
If you have been injured, it probably did not take long for you to start receiving mail from attorneys all over the state and even beyond. You might move between wanting to choose one of those firms and wanting to throw away every new letter or postcard you receive. The truth is, you need legal representation when you have suffered a serious injury. But choosing the right personal injury attorney in Madison WI can make all the difference...
Is a Liability Waiver legally binding in Wisconsin?
Most businesses, particularly those that provide services with some risk involved, require you to sign a liability waiver before you can participate in an activity there. If you are hurt, though, you may want to sue despite the waiver. In Wisconsin, the waiver may not be effective. Depending on the circumstances, we may be able to help you recover despite the presence of a waiver.
Wisconsin generally does not favor liability...
Restraining Order in Wisconsin – know what to do
If a restraining order or injunction is issued against you in Wisconsin, you cannot treat that order lightly. A court issues the order with specific instructions that you need to follow. When you go against those instructions, intentionally or not, you face arrest, jail, and other consequences. Thus, you should seek legal assistance right away if you have violated a restraining order or injunction.
Kinds of Restraining Orders