Driving along busy Wisconsin highways can surely be a test of patience and skill. Some might say it also tempts the hands of fate and you just never know when another driver is going to do something that results in a collision and your own injuries. Motor vehicle accidents occur somewhere in the nation every day and many situations are later found to have been completely preventable were it not for driver negligence.
If a person fails to stop at a red light, drives in excess of a posted speed limit or makes an unsafe lane change while you are sharing the road, you may not have enough time to safely avert a collision. Hopefully, if this has happened to you, rescue workers quickly arrived at the scene and helped you obtain immediate medical attention. Depending on the severity of your injuries, you may be in for a long recovery at home.
During such time, you may face numerous challenges related not only to the physical aspects of your recovery but your financial situation as well. If you are paid by the hour and have no other means of income, you could wind up facing a serious financial crisis due to medical expenses and the inability to return to your workplace duties. State law allows you to pursue justice by filing a personal injury claim in a civil court.
When recovering victims of Wisconsin motor vehicle accidents seek legal accountability against negligent drivers, they often receive compensation for damages to help offset expenses associated with their situations. The Law Offices of Robert A. Levine can act on your behalf to seek full recovery for your losses. If criminal charges were filed in connection with your accident, evidence from those proceedings may help substantiate your claim.
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