Like many other states, Wisconsin uses a “comparative negligence” law to determine fault during car accidents. But what does this mean?
In this blog, we discuss thetrue cost of damage to your vehicle and who is responsible for paying these fees.
More cars than ever have feature-rich, complex “infotainment” systems to control GPS, set up radio or music playback, make Bluetooth calls via your cell phone, and much more. But while these can be really useful, they can also cause dangerous distractions. An AAA study found that using these systems could distract users and inhibit their ability to respond to red lights and other simulated on-road situations, particularly for seniors. So how can you use your car’s infotainment system safely? Here are a few tips from Natasha Misra Law.
Many Wisconsin families are going to be packing up and driving out of town for vacation this summer. If you’re one of them, we hope you enjoy your trip! And Natasha Misra Law is here with some simple car packing tips you can use to pack up safely and make sure your trip goes off without a hitch.
If you’ve been injured, you may have heard legal terms like “damages,” and you might be wondering what exactly this means.
Pain and suffering is a term used to describe a certain type of legal damages that you can recover after an accident.
When you are stopped at an intersection that permits U-turns, you will likely witness some close calls when two drivers attempt to proceed in the same direction. However, if the two were to crash, who would be liable?
Because cyclists are largely unprotected when up against a motor vehicle, accidents can cause traumatic and lasting injuries.
In a head-on collision, the fault question may seem fairly straightforward - but is it really?
A collision resulting from a motorist turning right on a red traffic light can have severe consequences.
If you are injured in a rear-end accident, you may wonder who is responsible for paying the medical bills, vehicle repair costs, and other expenses associated with the accident.
If you or a loved one have been injured in a T-bone car accident, one of the first steps in your recovery process is to contact a Milwaukee auto accident attorney.
After an accident, you may be able to recover damages for lost wages and related losses.
If you experience scrapes or cuts in a car accident and need stitches, you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries.
If you were injured by your seat belt in an auto accident, you may have a claim.
If you suffered fractured ribs after a car accident, you may be entitled to compensation for your pain, as well as your accident-related medical expenses.
If you have suffered a herniated disc injury in a car accident due to someone else’s negligence, you may be able to receive compensation for your injuries.
If you have suffered a rotator cuff injury in an accident caused by someone else’s negligence, you may be entitled to recover compensation for your injuries.
Soft tissue injuries can lead to serious limitations and chronic pain if not accurately diagnosed and treated.
Concussions are serious injuries that can lead to long-term effects and costly medical treatment.
Unlike other personal injury cases, filing a lawsuit against a municipality carries a unique set of rules, standards, and limitations. Here is what you should know.
If you are injured on the job, you may wonder how to go about seeking recovery.
Gap insurance covers what your standard auto policy does not.
This is what you should do if your vehicle has been damaged in an accident.
Between liens, Medicaid, and payment plans with the hospital, you have options to make sure you receive the treatment you need.
How can you pay for accident-related medical costs before you recover damages from a lawsuit? Here is what you need to know.
In this blog post, we will walk through some of the key steps that car accident victims should take in order to recover physically, emotionally, and financially.
In this blog post, we share a brief overview of the types of auto insurance claims you can file after a car accident.
For personal injury victims, COVID-19 presents a handful of challenges for dealing with their claims and getting the compensation they deserve.
What happens if you are injured in a hit and run accident and cannot locate the responsible driver?
Property owners and people who occupy property have a legal duty to keep their premises in a safe condition and ensure that visitors are protected from risk of injury.
Halloween can also be dangerous for pedestrian trick-or-treaters. Here are some Halloween safety tips for a safe and sweet trick-or-treat experience.
Having an accident properly documented can help you make a full recovery for your losses.
If law enforcement does not respond to your accident, then you will need to submit an accident report to the WisDOT.
Collision and comprehensive coverages can pay for the repair of your vehicle or the value of your vehicle regardless of who is at fault.
Wisconsin drivers are required by Wisconsin’s Financial Responsibility Law to carry automobile insurance.
With the arrival of electric scooters in Milwaukee, it is important to understand the rules and laws that apply to their use.
What happens if you are injured by a driver who does not have auto insurance and no personal assets to pay for your damages?
To avoid car accidents this winter, I want to share with you a few simple safe driving guidelines that I commonly share with family, friends and clients.
The following are common mistakes that I observe auto accident victims make on a regular basis that you can avoid.
Should you find yourself in a car accident or broke down on the side of the road during winter weather, having a winter emergency kit may mean the difference between death and survival.
If you have been in a car accident, it is important to seek immediate medical attention. Here are the most common forms of car accident injuries.
The path to financial recovery for your injuries starts with a free consultation. Use the form below to tell us about your case.
I represent all clients on a contingency fee basis, meaning that you do not pay unless we win. If you have been injured in an accident, connect with our team today for a free consultation.
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