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Recent Blog Posts

Drunk Driving

News reports that a 69-year-old New Berlin man drove the wrong way on I-94 for nearly 15 miles before Racine County sheriff’s deputies pulled him over and arrested him for his third drunken driving offense. When a Racine County deputy intercepted him near the county line, the man pulled over, crashed into the median wall… Read More »

Cudahy Motorcycle Accident

News reports that Cudahy police continue to investigate a fatal motorcycle accident on College Avenue just east of Pennsylvania Avenue. Police said the driver of the car failed to yield the right-of-way and pulled into traffic from Robert Avenue, hitting the motorcycle, according to the report. The driver of the motorcycle, a 27-year-old Milwaukee man,… Read More »

Intent & Nursing Malpractice

A question I am often asked by my nursing students is whether a nurse has to intend to hurt a patient in order for it to be said that the nurse committed malpractice (or negligence which has the same meaning). The answer is unequivically NO. Under the law, a nurse does not have to intend… Read More »

Greater Milwaukee Area Accident & Injury Attorney

Many lawyers use television ads to lure people who have been in car accidents. At Martin Law Office, we focus our time and attention on our clients, not gimmicky commercials. Martin Law Office has unmatched experience to help victims of car accidents: Attorney Kevin Martin is dual board certified (only 4% of lawyers in the… Read More »

Drivers Tempted by Distractions

The more high-tech our world becomes the more opportunities for drivers to be distracted and cause auto accidents. Drivers are trying to multi-task by eating, drinking, applying make-up, texting and using the internet or GPS system. We need to recognize how much we are trying to do and how those seconds of distraction could cost… Read More »

Oak Creek Man Faces Felony Charges in OWI Crash

According to Oak Creek Police, a 33 year old Oak Creek man is facing felony charges after allegedly slamming his SUV into a motorcycle while under the influence of drugs. The motorcyclist was taken to the hospital by Flight for Life after suffering four leg fractures, two broken ribs and a collapsed lung. If convicted… Read More »

Nursing Home Abuse & Neglect

There can be many reasons that nursing home or assisted living center resident may suffer from abuse or neglect. Sometimes the facility is under-staffed, over-worked, or poorly trained. Some of them try to cut corners or hurry through the mandated training programs to get staff onto the schedule. Some of them fear consequences of reporting… Read More »

Fatigue and Truck Driving

With all the regulations placed on truck drivers, the accident rate should be decreasing not increasing. According the the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration changed rules as follows: Driving Window consisting of 14 consecutive hours with release of duty required at the end of driving window or 16 consecutive hours no more than twice per week with release… Read More »

Wisconsin Rules of Road- Inattentive Driving

346.89  Inattentive driving. (1) No person while driving a motor vehicle shall be so engaged or occupied as to interfere with the safe driving of such vehicle. (2) No person shall drive any motor vehicle equipped with any device for visually receiving a television broadcast when such device is located in the motor vehicle at any point forward… Read More »

Inattentive Driving

The more high-tech our world becomes the more opportunities for drivers to be distracted and cause auto accidents. Drivers are trying to multi-task by eating, drinking, applying make-up, texting and using the internet or GPS system. We need to recognize how much we are trying to do and how those seconds of distraction could cost… Read More »

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