There are many things that can contribute to a car accident. Some examples of things that can make being involved in a car crash more likely are distracted driving, speeding and inattentive driving. A woman from Idaho says that a very unique thing contributed to her car accident.
Being involved in an injury-causing car accident can be frightening as well as frustrating if the wreck was due to another motorist's negligent behavior, such as driving too fast for traffic conditions. Amid the emotions you feel following a motor vehicle accident in Wisconsin, it can be easy to overlook some critical steps you should take to protect your best interests from a legal standpoint.
Following a few do's and don'ts can be helpful in the event you decide to pursue a personal injury claim against the allegedly at-fault driver down the road.
Seatbelts are an important feature of motor vehicles. Seatbelts help to keep drivers and passengers alike safe in case of a collision or accident. Both passengers and drivers are legally required to wear their seatbelts while traveling in motor vehicles.
The roadways can be a dangerous place. Not only are the roadways sometimes dangerous for those driving and riding in vehicles, they can be dangerous for pedestrians as well. A recent incident that occurred in Oak Creek demonstrates the potential danger of roadways for pedestrians.
A scary incident occured recently in Sheboygan, Wisconsin. The incident involved a school bus and a 2-year-old child.
Parents may be rattled when they find out that a popular baby toy has been recalled. Almost 700,000 baby rattles have recently been recalled by the Consumer Product Safety Comission.
The car sompany, Mercedes-Benz, will sooon be issuing a voluntary recall of more than 300,000 of their vehicles. The recall comes after the discovery that there is a potential fire hazard.
On Wednesday, March 1st, winter weather hit Wisconsin. The winter weather included snow fall in many parts of the state, including Sheboygan County. Law enforcement officials believe that the snow fall contributed to a car accident in Lima, Wisconsin.
An accident occurred on February 25th in Mount Pleasant, Wisconsin involving a pickup truck and an unmarked police car. The accident occurred around 1 in the morning.
A major producer of toys for children, Little Tikes, is issuing a recall for toddler swings. The recall comes after the discovery that there is a potential for the swings to break, which could result in the child falling from the swing.