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Do You Need to Report Hitting a Deer in Wisconsin?

February 20, 2019 |
Deer can seem to be an ever-present road hazard throughout Wisconsin. They are particularly prevalent in the fall and winter seasons when they lose some of their cover because of crop harvesting and begin mating season. In fact, November, October, and December rank as the top three most likely months to strike a deer...
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What Happens if You’re in an Accident with an Uninsured Driver?

February 14, 2019 |
Car accidents are stressful under any circumstances. However, when the driver who hits you has failed to maintain insurance, things suddenly become even more complicated. Will you be responsible for your property damage? What about any medical bills? Is there something you can do to minimize your losses in an uninsured driver situation? Do...
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Foods You Don’t Need to Buy Organic

February 4, 2019 |
If you want to make healthier decisions for your diet and the environment, you may want to spend a few extra dollars on organic produce. However, many health experts question the importance of buying organic. While there are certain foods that you should purchase from the more expensive section of your grocery store, some...
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How to Settle an Allstate Insurance Claim

January 28, 2019 |
Have you suffered injuries from a car accident in Wisconsin? According to the state’s insurance laws, you will need to file a claim with the at-fault driver’s insurance company to receive compensation for injuries and property damage. However, many insurance companies have conflicting motivations for offering you a settlement for your injuries. Allstate is...
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