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Author: Steve Eisenberg

Paying Medical Costs | Car Accident Medical Bills

How to Pay Your Medical Costs After a Car Accident Car accident personal injury lawsuits are common after accidents that were caused by negligent or reckless drivers. Unfortunately, the time lapse between when the accident and related injuries occurred and when the lawsuit is settled can take months or years. How can victims pay for their medical bills, receive medical costs reimbursement, or pay for other accident-related expenses while waiting for their cases to resolve? They usually...

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Winter Car Accidents Claims | Eisenberg Law Offices

Filing Claims For Winter Car Accidents in Wisconsin Winter can be a challenging time to drive in Wisconsin. Ice, sleet, snow, and freezing rain are difficult to drive in on their own. When inattentive, inexperienced, or distracted drivers are thrown into the mix, it’s a perfect recipe for winter car accidents. In fact, Wisconsin ranks in the top ten states for having the most car accidents during wintery weather. However, poor weather does not excuse drivers from driving responsibly....

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Personal Injury Settlements Vs. Jury Verdicts in WI

Personal Injury Settlement Versus A Jury Verdict: Is One Better Than The Other? When a person is injured because of another person’s negligence, they can try to obtain compensation for their injuries by filing a claim through the legal system. In Wisconsin, there are two ways these claims can be resolved: through a personal injury settlement or by winning a jury verdict in a court case. Although these two solutions seem similar, there are a few very important differences between them,...

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Wisconsin Auto Accidents | Car Accident Causes

The Demographics of Wisconsin Auto Accidents Numerous factors go into analyzing auto accidents in Wisconsin. The driver’s age and years of driving experience, the model, age, and type of vehicle involved, weather and road conditions, and extenuating circumstances can all play a role in causing an accident. Insurance agencies use this information to set car insurance premiums and states other units of government use the data to inform policy decisions. It’s natural to wonder...

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How Does Fault Affect Accident Insurance Claims and Payouts?

Fault in an accident has a greater effect on personal injury insurance payouts and court awards, depending on the state in which the accident happened. States deal with fault in two ways; one is the fault/no-fault insurance divide, and the other involves comparative negligence. Wisconsin is not a no-fault state, but a state that compares the negligence of the parties. The Fault/No-Fault Insurance Model States follow either a fault or a no-fault insurance model. No-fault insurance is also...

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