The Slip and Fall Accidents Knowledge Base​

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Levine Law’s Slip and Fall Accidents Knowledge Base provides resources, legal information, and news stories pertaining to individuals who have been accused of, are facing charges for, or have been affected by personal injury due to poor environmental conditions, negligence of property owners, and other hazards. The Knowledge Base contains narratives for both prosecution and defense.

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Assault vs. Battery Charges in Wisconsin

What is the difference between Assault Charges and Battery Charges? Aggravated battery (aggravated assault) is a criminal charge that has to be fought head-on with an experienced criminal defense attorney. You can’t think that you can just throw together a defense at the last minute because trying to do this can backfire on you. You

News Articles Involving Those Arrested for Drug Crimes in Wisconsin

Levine Law’s collection of articles compiles prominent news stories pertaining to individuals who have been arrested for drug crimes in the state of Wisconsin. Shot up F-150 Leads Police to Drugs, Milwaukee Rapper Arrested On Jan. 21, police found a stolen F-150 on the side of Vliet Street. There were bullet casings near the vehicle,

News Articles Involving Those Suspected/Accused of Drug Crimes in Wisconsin

Levine Law’s collection of articles compiles prominent news stories pertaining to individuals who have been accused of drug crimes in the state of Wisconsin. Authorities Searching for 2 Accused of Drug Crimes Police say they suspect that two people for whom they are searching are on the run somewhere in Wisconsin. Seven people total were

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What Happens After You Fall on Someone’s Property?

What should you do if you slip and fall on someone else’s premises? Slip-and-fall accidents can happen literally anywhere. From working on someone’s roof and falling to slipping on wet pavement, it’s possible to slip and fall in most places. What makes for a good slip-and-fall case is when the accident happens as a result of a

Is a School Liable If I Fall on Its Stairs?

Imagine walking down the pathway at a local school. You’re there to pick up your child, and you have to climb several stairs to reach the main doors. You don’t notice anything dangerous, but when you reach the second step, you slide unexpectedly and end up falling down several brick stairs. You’re cut, bleeding and

5 Steps to Take Following a Slip and Fall Accident

Slip and fall accidents happen all too often. Property owners are responsible for making sure there are no hazards on their property that could harm visitors, both invited and uninvited. Slip and fall accidents can lead to serious injuries, such as broken bones, impalement, drowning and many other injuries. Today, we will take a look at the

Is Your Party Host Liable for Slip and Fall Accidents?

As summer winds down in Wisconsin, many people are hosting backyard parties for friends, family, co-workers, and neighbors. It can be a lot of fun to grill some burgers, toss back a few cold ones and perhaps even try your hand at a game of lawn darts. However, slip-and-fall accidents have a way of putting

Who Is Financially Accountable for Slip-and-fall Accidents?

Just because someone walking on a sidewalk in Wisconsin trips, falls and sprains an ankle, does not necessarily mean another party is liable for the injury. However, it may well be if the owner of the property where the accident occurred was negligent in some way. Property owners in this state and others are obligated

Who Pays Medical Bills for Slip-and-Fall Accidents?

Sometimes you might be at risk for injury simply from venturing outside your own home, perhaps to a Wisconsin shopping mall or even to a company picnic or private party at the home of an acquaintance. When you step foot on another person’s property, the owner of that property is obligated to make sure it

How Can Property Owners Prevent Slip and Fall Accidents?

Wisconsin property owners are not free of obligation regarding those who visit their premises. Each person who owns property must keep the grounds as safe as possible for guests. There are several types of situations that may create liability if this obligation is not fulfilled and slip and fall accidents occur. If a property owner

Getting Slip & Fall Medical Expenses Paid Even With Posted Signs

Slip and fall accidents can lead to huge medical expenses that may fall onto the head of the victim, adding insult to injury. Slip and fall incidents are one of the most common cases that lawyers work. A good lawyer knows that even if yellow and orange warning signs were posted, there are still some circumstances

What the Law Has to Say about Slip, Trip and Fall Accidents

In a previous post, we began discussing how even though we take it for granted that the owners or possessors of commercial or residential property will do everything in their power to ensure the premises is safe, this is often not the case, and it’s the customers and guests who end up paying the price

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