A car crash happens. Your car is totaled. You need to take off work to go to the doctor, then PT, then follow up appointments. It seems every few hours the insurance company for the at fault person calls, then sends letters then someone shows up at your house. You need to concentrate on getting better and getting the right medical care. That’s one of the benefits of hiring a personal injury law firm. Groth Law Firm, S.C. has decades of experience helping injured people. Our firm is there from the very beginning and are only paid if you win. No risk and much, much less stress. Call or text Groth Law Firm, S.C. 414-375-2030 or go to www.grothlawfirm.com
Apps to Stop Texting While Driving
I found this interesting article about various apps that will prevent a phone from texting while driving. The app works with the phone’s GPS to see how fast the phone is moving. If it is moving faster than a person can walk the phone is blocked from texting. I haven’t tried it. In theory it would prevent someone from texting while driving a car or while on a bike or bicycle. If you are a passenger in a car you can answer a timed question to unlock the app. Maybe a good idea for parents with teenage kids.
Wisconsin has numerous laws in place to ensure that the roads are safe for bikes. Following laws regarding bicycling can help reduce the number of bike accidents and make the roads safer for bikes and cars alike.
Wisconsin Statute 346.075 provides that cars must give bikes a minimum of three feet of space when they are passing a bike. Bikes must also allow at least three feet when they are passing another car or a stationary object in the street including parked cars. Wisconsin Statute 346.24 says if a car is stopped to yield right of way to someone on a bike, it is illegal for any approaching car to pass the stopped car. Finally, according to 346.804, if local law permits riding a bicycle on a sidewalk, they must yield right of way to any pedestrians on the sidewalk.
If you have any questions regarding a bike accident or any other personal injury questions, feel free to contact Groth Law Firm, S.C. Groth Law Firm, S.C. has offices to meet with clients in Brookfield, Milwaukee, Green Bay and Marinette.
Wisconsin is home to more than 5,740 for-hire and private interstate trucking businesses. The corridor from Chicago, Illinois to Oshkosh, Wisconsin is especially loaded with trucks delivering loads.
As the trucking industry grows and more and more trucks are on the road the likelihood of crashes also increases. Here are a few thoughts you should consider when hiring a Wisconsin Truck Accident Attorney:
Big rig crashes often have fatal consequences, which is why you need to find a semi truck accident lawyer with adequate experience if you want to get this right.
1. Check the qualifications of an attorney before you hire one. This is very important, because you want to make sure that a lawyer is rated “superb” according to www.Avvo.com and has published articles on practicing law. It is also essential that the attorney that you hire has recent courtroom experience. The technology and strategy of trying a case has changed over the years. It is one thing to say “I tried a case and obtained a $1 million verdict” for an injured victim in the 70’s or 80’s. Today’s trial experience is very different.
2. Interview Attorneys! Contact your personal injury attorney so you can meet up over a cup of coffee or lunch. A semi-truck accident lawyer (or any personal injury attorney consider any personal injury claim) will more than likely be willing to do this, because personal injury attorneys know the damage that can be caused by a semi-truck.
3. Keep tabs on your case. Make sure that you tell your attorney to keep you updated on the status of your case. Do not call your lawyer each day, but just kindly ask if he could call you or email once every couple weeks for a status update.
4. Find a semi truck accident lawyer that is willing to try your case no matter what. Some personal injury accident want to pull out when it gets heated in the courtroom, so find a tough attorney that will demand justice for you. Don’t fall for the attorney that says “I’ll settle your case in months not years.” It is naive to know what the ultimate injury will be and how long a case will take to properly organize and strategize for a maximized settlement.
Follow these tips and you will be able to find a quality semi truck accident attorney in Wisconsin to work with you, and hopefully get you the compensation allowed under the law!
For questions about semi truck collisions in Wisconsin please visit www.grothlawfirm.com or simply call Attorney Jonathan Groth for the chance to interview him regarding your case (877-375-7001).
I’ve presented on the topic of using social media and the internet as a sword and shield in litigation. If you don’t think that insurance companies are trying to avoid liability by following injured parties on social media pages you are mistaken.
Check out this post from the Pennsylvania Law Monitor:
The Internet and social networking sites have changed the face of litigation in this country. However, there are some precautions that you can take to protect yourself, short of boycotting the Internet all together. First, be careful in reviewing the photos and posts on your social networking site. Remove anything that you would not want an insurance company lawyer to see that could help them defend against your case. Next, check your privacy settings which enable you to block certain people from seeing you on a particular site (Facebook allows this). It is also helpful to search your name in the search field and see what comes up to make sure it is acceptable (it is advisable to do this on Google and YouTube as well). Finally never accept friend requests or respond to emails from people you do not know.