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[Study] Fatal Crashes on New Years Eve and New Years Day 2013-2018

December 12, 2019 |
New Year's Eve is widely considered one of the heaviest drinking holidays in the United States.  While more and more Americans are choosing to ring in the New Year at home, millions of people still celebrate by going out to bars and clubs or attending holiday events. At Cannon & Dunphy S.C., we are...
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[Study] Thanksgiving Holiday Fatal Crashes: 2014-2018

November 20, 2019 |
Nearly 50 million Americans will be hitting the road for trips of 50 miles or more this Thanksgiving.  When motor vehicle traffic spikes so significantly, do fatal crashes increase as well? At Cannon & Dunphy S.C., we wanted to find out.  We worked with the data visualization and consumer safety advocacy organization Safer America to...
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Top Attorney – Patrick O. Dunphy

June 13, 2019 |
Brookfield, WI WW/Press/June 7, 2019 – Patrick O. Dunphy Co-Founder of Cannon & Dunphy S.C. was selected for inclusion into the Top Attorneys of North America 2019-2020 edition of The Who’s Who Directories. The accomplishments attained by Mr. Patrick O. Dunphy in the field of Legal Services warrants inclusion into the Top Attorneys of North America. Cannon & Dunphy...
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What Benefits Am I Entitled to If My Spouse Was Killed in a Trucking Accident?

April 29, 2019 |
Truck accidents can be devastating due to the sheer size and weight of these vehicles. Unfortunately, when tractor-trailers or other commercial vehicles are involved in crashes with much smaller and lighter passenger vehicles at highway speeds, many of these accidents result in the death of the motor vehicle driver. If you lost a spouse...
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