There is always a certain amount of inherent risk involved when traveling by motor vehicle in Wisconsin or any other state. Some people may be more at risk than others, such as inexperienced drivers, those driving in severely inclement weather, or those sharing the roadway with another motorist who is impaired or distracted at the wheel. When motor vehicle accidents occur, the latter two factors are often the cause.
There is really no way for you to know if the driver in a car nearby is daydreaming or otherwise distracted. Taking hands off the wheel or eyes off the road, even for a split second, is enough to cause a serious collision. As for drunk drivers, they are a menace to society.
If another motorist caused you to suffer injury, you may wish to consider filing a personal injury claim in a civil court. State law allows accident victims to seek compensation for damages. Such damages may include emotional trauma, as well as physical pain and suffering.
The Law Offices of Robert A. Levine in Wisconsin has been providing guidance and support to injured drivers, passengers, bicyclists and pedestrians in seeking full recovery for losses they have suffered in motor vehicle accidents in this state. As a plaintiff in a personal injury case, you are tasked with showing evidence of negligence and also proving that such negligence directly caused your injuries. Asking an experienced attorney to advocate on your behalf in court is often the first step toward a successful litigation outcome.
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