Wisconsin car accidents make up the majority of the cases handled by our Wisconsin personal injury law firm. Many of these Wisconsin car accident cases involve drunk driving or impairment from alcohol. Statistics demonstrate that the likelihood of a fatal car accident increases dramatically when alcohol is involved. Nationally, 39% of the deaths taking place on roadways were alcohol related and in Wisconsin the likelihood increases to 45%.
Impaired driving is one of America’s most often committed and deadliest crimes. According to the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Uniform Crime Report, more than 1,400,000 people nationwide were arrested in 2003 for driving under the influence.
In Wisconsin, car accidents involving death involve complex issues and absolutely require a Wisconsin personal injury lawyer who is a professional with substantial experience in handling such car accident cases. Too often, people try to become a professional overnight by reading a book or inappropriately trust some insurance company adjuster who merely wants to close their file for the lowest cost possible. A Wisconsin car accident involving a death should not be handled in such a manner. Car insurance companies' statistics confirm that an experienced car accident lawyer settles claims for 2-3 times more than those without attorneys. The Wisconsin Rules of the Road govern liability for Wisconsin car accidents.
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