Eisenberg Press Releases
June 2010 – Eisenberg Law Offices, S.C. in Madison WI has been involved in a number of high profile case victories and substantial award settlements for their clients in 2010. This PR provides a summary of them.
May 2010 – The Wisconsin legislature recently passed 2009 Wisconsin Act 28, which took effect on October 1, 2009. This new act affects inmates serving bifurcated sentences under Wisconsin Truth and Sentencing Law for crimes committed on or after December 31, 1999. The sentence adjustments are not guaranteed since the sentencing judge has the right to approve or reject a petition for positive adjustment time.
February 2010 – Governor Doyle recently signed 2009 Wisconsin Act 100 into law which substantially changes current laws regarding operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of an intoxicant (OWI), which will directly affect Wisconsin drivers and OWI offenders. The new act will take effect on July 1, 2010.
December 2009 – Eisenberg Law Offices, S.C. releases critical information to area drivers on important things they should do if they are injured in a car accident. As the winter and holiday season begins, Wisconsin drivers should follow these recommendations in order to protect their legal rights in an accident. In the event that an injured person wishes to seek compensation for injuries sustained, these precautions can improve their Wisconsin Personal Injury case.
September 2009 – Wisconsin law firm volunteers to speak on the dangers of underage drinking at public awareness campaign developed by Drug Free Action Alliance, focused on educating adults on the safety risks of serving alcohol at teen parties and enforcing compliance with underage drinking laws. The event, “Parents Who Host, Lost the Most: Don’t Be a Party to Teenage Drinking,” will be held on October 6 at Fort Atkinson High School and on October 8 at Watertown High School in Wisconsin.
August 2009 – The 2009 Wisconsin Act 28 contains a number of provisions that change the state’s auto insurance restrictions and increase coverage minimums. This new legislation also makes liability and underinsured motorist insurance mandatory for Wisconsin drivers and provides injured people with greater financial coverage for medical costs due to injuries. People injured in auto accidents need a lawyer, like those at Eisenberg Law Offices, that understands the law and how to maximize recovery.