Madison Wisconsin Attorney explains if you need to find an attorney where you live
Hiring an attorney if you live in a reasonably sized city is usually a simple matter, but for those in smaller communities, the supply of attorneys may be so limited that residents need to look elsewhere. This can create a dilemma because there is a persistent idea that people need to hire attorneys who live in the same city, or at least in an adjacent community. This is not the case, however, because an attorney...
Know how a Madison WI Personal Injury Attorney can help with your case
Hiring a personal injury attorney often seems like an obvious step to take if you’ve been in an accident. It is always a good idea to consult with an attorney instead of assuming you won’t need one. Here are 4 ways in which a personal injury attorney can help you with your injury claim.
Take Over Much of the Communication
After an accident, you need to concentrate on getting better and getting your car fixed,...
Hidden Video Surveillance – special search and seizure laws in Wisconsin
Under both the United States Constitution and the Wisconsin Constitution, citizens have a right to protection against unreasonable searches and seizures. Generally, police cannot use evidence they obtain through illegal means. In the case of hidden surveillance cameras, though, your rights are a little more complicated. You will need to work with an experienced attorney to make sure your rights are protected.
Homeowner negligence for roof fall
When people work on rooftops, falls and injuries will sometimes occur. In some respects, this represents a hazard of the job. Still, when a homeowner’s negligence leads to an injury, the homeowner can be liable for damages related to the fall. The circumstances of the accident will help determine the extent of this liability.
How Negligence Occurs
A staple of personal injury law is that when a hazard is obvious and avoidable, a person who injures...
Drownings in Wisconsin – what is the duty of the lifeguard?
Residents and visitors in Wisconsin look forward to swimming every summer. While the lakes and pools in Wisconsin give you an opportunity to cool off and enjoy the sun, they also provide dangers to swimmers. To protect against drownings and other injuries, pool owners are required to have a certain number of lifeguards on duty. But what if the lifeguards fail to help? If a lifeguard performs negligently and you or a loved...