Wrongful Death Verdict Split Among Victims

Stanley Johnson, father of Sesalie Dixon, filed the original wrongful death case against Ware shortly after Dixon’s death in December 2016. Source: https://www.wiscnews.com/bdc/news/local/crime-and-courts/money-to-be-split-in-wrongful-death-suit-against-murderer/article_9da07922-fc24-5acc-a8cb-60e4e24413cf.html

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Divorced? Time To Update Your Estate Plan

It is a good idea to review and revise your estate planning documents after a divorce or any other major life change. Source: https://www.investopedia.com/rewriting-your-will-after-divorce-5193318

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No-Fault Divorce State

Wisconsin is a “no-fault” divorce state. What does that mean? It means it is not necessary for either spouse to demonstrate that the other has done something wrong such as committed adultery or engaged in abusive behavior. It only takes one spouse to testify that they believe their marriage is beyond repair. Source: https://wilawlibrary.gov/topics/familylaw/divorce.php

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Traffic in the Pandemic

It wasn’t just your imagination; traffic really has been dangerous throughout the pandemic. State transportation data from 202 shows that crash fatalities spiked even as traffic volume fell. Fatalities rose more than 50% in Milwaukee from 2019 to 2020. Source:

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What Injuries May Result From a Motorcycle Accident?

Possible injuries include: -Internal organ damage -Road rash -Spinal chord injuries -Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) These are just some of the devastating injuries that can result from a motorcycle accident. If you or a loved one have suffered a motorcycle accident due to the negligence of another individual, contact our personal injury attorneys. The team […]

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Reasonable Suspicion

In order to conduct a traffic stop, law enforcement must have reasonable suspicion. In other words, they must reasonably suspect that you are driving under the influence. Certain traffic violations can lead to reasonable suspicion, such as speeding, swerving, driving too quickly and driving too slowly.  If you have concerns about whether or not your […]

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Suspended or Revoked License in Wisconsin

If you drive with a suspended or revoked license in Wisconsin, a conviction may entail fines and an additional revocation. These are typically civil offenses. However, if the license revocation resulted from an OWI conviction, you could be facing a criminal offense. Time in jail, additional fines and an additional revocation could result. The more […]

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Truck Accident

If you suffer a truck accident due to the negligence of another individual, contact us. Our attorneys are aware that personal injuries not only cause physical pain, but often emotional and financial hardship. We often take our physical and mental well-being for granted-until something goes wrong. View More Information Here

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Child Relocation Laws in Wisconsin

What are child relocation laws in Wisconsin? If you are moving 100 miles or more away from your coparent, this is known as a child relocation. In such cases, you must provide written notice to your ex-spouse at least 60 days before your move. If the other parent objects, then your move must be litigated. […]

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