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August 2012

WI Appeals Court: Friend Not Liable For Paintball Injury

August 27, 2012 |
A Wisconsin state appeals court ruled a teen who shot his best friend in the eye during a paintball game is not liable for his injury suffered in Polk County in 2008. The judge dismissed the claims against the teen last month. According to court documents, Thirteen-year-old Alex Freese, a 14-year-old teen, along with six...
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New Standards Released For Black Box Data Collection

August 19, 2012 |
The National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration released standards for what data should be collected from black boxes in motor vehicles in the event of an accident. Beginning September 1, new vehicles equipped with event data recorders, otherwise known as black boxes, must meet certain criteria for data captured as well as accuracy and crash...
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Distracted Driving Can Be Deadly

August 7, 2012 |
Distracted driving continues to be a deadly problem, not only in Wisconsin, but across the United States. When most people hear of distracted driving, they immediately think of texting or using a smartphone, but it actually encompasses much more than just those actions.Just last week, three teens died when the vehicle they were in slammed...
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WI Appeals Court: Driving After Huffing Cannot Be Charged As Drunk Driving

August 2, 2012 |
Motorists who huff or inhale contents in spray cans to get high should not be prosecuted as drunk driver a Wisconsin state appeals court ruled Wednesday. The court upheld the decision from a judge who had dismissed her charges since the chemical found in her system didn't qualify as an intoxicant. According to the ruling,...
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