Can you get reimbursed for chiropractor expenses after an injury?
A common problem after a fall is a lower-back injury or other neck/spine issue. Chiropractic treatment is often used to treat these types of injuries, but because chiropractic care is still technically outside the realm of “standard” medical care, you might not realize that you can get compensation for it as part of a slip-and-fall lawsuit. However, because the field still has a bit of controversy attached to it,...
Homeowners have a responsibility to keep their property safe
Winter in Wisconsin can be beautiful, but all that wintry weather brings with it the need for property owners to be diligent about making sure their property is safe. This applies not only to store owners who have to put out signs warning about slippery floors; it also applies to homeowners who have to ensure their homes and surrounding property under their care are safe. Not doing so can open those homeowners up to lawsuits if...
Drug testing in Wisconsin – how does it work?
Drug testing has become common practice in a number of situations in Wisconsin. You may have to pass a drug test for employment, for insurance, as a condition of probation, or to show you are not under the influence of a controlled substance. Unfortunately, most people don’t really understand how drug tests work. This leads to confusion and false expectations of the process. To learn more about what you should expect if you have to...
Criminal Attorneys experienced with juvenile crimes can help your child avoid severe consequences
In Wisconsin, juvenile crimes are prosecuted differently from adult crimes. The law creates a different path for punishment and opportunities to overcome their crimes. Still, the consequences of juvenile convictions can be severe. Counsel experienced in representing children accused of criminal behavior is critical to helping your child move forward.
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Can you recover damages for your child’s personal injuries in Wisconsin?
Sometimes children get hurt. As a parent, you want to protect them, both from themselves and the world around them. Unfortunately, sometimes you can’t. If your child does get injured, you may wonder whether you can sue for damages. While this is not always possible, if someone else’s negligence caused your child’s injuries, you do have a right to recover.
Duty of Care for Your Child