Month: February 2017

Understanding Snowmobiling OWI Laws In WI

Snowmobiling OWI Laws In WI: What You Need To Know Did you know that Wisconsin’s drunk driving laws apply to off-road and recreational vehicles as well as traditional cars, trucks, and motorcycles? Yes, you can get pulled over and charged with Operating While Intoxicated (OWI) while driving your boat, ATV, or snowmobile in WI. With winter in full swing here, we thought it would be a good time to go over snowmobiling OWI laws in WI. Snowmobiling OWI Laws In WI Are Far-Reaching Wisconsin...

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Hiring Injury Lawyers In Madison | Hire The Right Lawyer

3 Reasons Why Hiring The Right Personal Injury Lawyers In Madison Matters If you have been injured in an accident or due to someone else’s negligence, you may have a personal injury case on your hands. A personal injury attorney helps victims fight for their right to compensation for the pain and damages they have suffered as a result of the incident. While there are many personal injury lawyers in Madison, you should take your time interviewing several to find the right fit for your...

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Drug Possession Versus Possession with Intent to Deliver in Wisconsin

Drug Possession Versus Possession with Intent to Deliver in Wisconsin Drug possession laws and penalties in Wisconsin are far from simple, and each case is fairly unique due to the number of factors that are taken into consideration. Still, it’s easy to end up being charged with a felony because of one or more additional circumstances. If you have been arrested because you had drugs in your possession, it’s crucial that you know what other factors could turn your drug charges...

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Should I Sue If My Child Is Injured at Daycare?

Madison Personal Injury Lawyer explains Negligent Supervision – Daycare Injuries If your child was hurt while at a daycare center, it may have crossed your mind to sue the center. Whether or not suing would be a good idea depends on whether the center acted in a way that would qualify as negligent supervision or constitute negligent conduct. However, determining whether the staff’s behavior is negligent is not cut and dried.  A Madison Personal Injury Lawyer can help you determine...

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Negligent Homicide In Wisconsin

Charged with Negligent Homicide in Wisconsin? Contact a Madison Law Firm Homicide is generally an intentional crime. But negligent homicide can be charged under Wisconsin statutes 940.07 through 940.10, even if you do not intend to end someone’s life. Your general duty of care to others applies here, and if you fail to meet that duty, you face felony charges if it results in someone’s death. Our Madison Law firm can evaluate your case and guide you through the proceedings. Negligent...

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