Insurance Law Posts

5 reasons you should call your insurance company after a car accident

Many are reluctant to call their insurance company after an accident. Here's why they should call anyway. Read More »


Personal injury: Should I take the settlement?

I was injured in a car accident this winter when another car slid through an intersection and broadsided me. Read More »


3 signs you have a personal injury case

If you watch TV you may think any injury results in a personal injury case & thousands of dollars are waiting for you to claim. Reality is much different Read More »


Top six myths about personal injury cases

A lot of common beliefs about personal injury cases are really just myths. If you think you might have a personal injury case, call an attorney. Though the vast majority of personal injury claims are for car accidents, you may also see many commercials focusing on problems resulting from medical products and devices. Read More »


Homeowners Insurance: A look at the basics

If you have a mortgage on your home, your lender has probably required you to carry homeowner’s insurance. Read More »


Seatbelt law: how does law affect insurance claims?

I was in a car accident and wasn't wearing my seatbelt. How will that affect my insurance claim? Read More »


Infographic shows statistics about dog bites

In tracking dog bite data throughout the year, the Centers for Disease Control have made some interesting discoveries. Read More »


Love hurts: your liability when your dog causes injury

In Wisconsin, the law essentially says a dog owner is liable whenever their animal companion injures or causes injury to a person or another animal. Read More »


Severe weather season: What does your homeowner’s insurance cover?

Severe weather season is knocking on our door, and in our region, that means it’s time to review our insurance coverage. Read More »


Auto accident: do I need an attorney?

I was in a car accident and have whiplash & a broken arm. It was the other driver’s fault and I have his insurance info. Is that enough or do I need a lawyer? Read More »