Distracted driving is now well-ensconsed in people’s minds as a threat to
road safety. Campaigns to get people to put down their phones and concentrate
on the road have had an effect. Now, most drivers realize that texting or
talking on the phone while holding it in their hand can divert their attention
from what’s in front of them. However, texting and phone use are not the only
causes of distracted driving. Anything that pulls your attention away from the
road can lead to distracted...
Share these safe driving tips with your teen driversIn the summer months, Wisconsin teenagers are out of school and spend more
time on the road. This combination of fewer responsibilities and more free time
often leads to a higher number of accidents. Fortunately, you can prevent many
of those accidents with careful driving. The following steps can all lead to a
safe, fun summer for your teenage drivers.Focus on DrivingDistracted driving remains a potent safety hazard for drivers...
Is your car ready for Wisconsin Winter Driving?After a long and ridiculously hot summer across the nation, the Upper Midwest and Great Lakes regions are finally getting a break. Much more comfortable temperatures have settled in Madison for now, but soon winter will descend. It’s time to get your car ready.Basic PreparationsTake your car in for a checkup and have everything inspected, from the heater to the brakes. If it’s been a year since you last replaced your windshield...
Charged in a bar fight? Madison Law Firm is ready to helpBars can be dangerous places. Whenever people are drinking and together in a small room, a fight can happen. Unfortunately, this can get you in trouble even if you didn’t start the fight. While you should try to avoid a fight when possible, sometimes you get pulled in. When this happens, you can face criminal charges for something you didn’t start. You will need the help of a good legal team to help defend your rights....
Wisconsin’s Legal Drinking AgeWisconsin’s drinking age limit is straightforward. However, because each state has its own laws, someone moving here from out of state needs to learn which activities are legal at which ages before assuming anything. The Madison Law Firm of Eisenberg Law Offices is available to answer your questions about Wisconsin’s drinking laws.
The Basic Age: 21
At age 21, you can buy and drink beer, wine, and other types of liquor for yourself and for...