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Preparing for Driving in the Cold Winter Months

November 9, 2017 |
Winter is right around the corner, bringing with it the year's most dangerous driving conditions. Are you ready for icy roads, blowing snow, and frigid temperatures? It's time to prepare for winter's treacherous roads — and drivers.Prepare Your CarCheck your battery, oil, radiator, hoses and belts, brakes, lights, exhaust, wipers, heater, and ignition.Be sure...
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The Types of Injuries Involved In Car Crashes In Wisconsin

November 3, 2017 |
If you've been injured in a car accident, one of the most common injuries you may have is whiplash. Acute whiplash can occur when your neck rotates or extends beyond its natural range of motion. This injury can happen to anyone, but it's most prevalent when you've been involved in car accident. If you've...
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How Hot Weather Can Cause a Tire Blowout

August 11, 2017 |
Summer has arrived, and the hot weather can take a serious toll on people’s tires. If the tires on a vehicle are worn, underinflated, or have separating treads, a blowout can occur on hot road surfaces.According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), over 10,000 accidents per year are caused by tire blowouts....
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Driving Safely in the Wisconsin Winter

February 9, 2017 |
Winter in Wisconsin often means freezing temperatures, snow, and ice, all which make for dangerous traveling on the roads. Unfortunately, these elements are also common causes of serious crashes in which individuals sustain catastrophic injuries. It’s important for drivers to remain careful and cautious when driving on the roads this winter in order to...
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