Welcome to the Studinski Law Blog, which is a forum for trends and the practical aspects of personal injury law throughout Wisconsin and across the country. We will provide insight into how average people can use the law to their advantage and obtain what they need to move forward after a devastating injury. We hope you find our posts informative and to the point as you move toward recovery.

December 13, 2017

Legislation to Crack Down on Distracted Driving Took a Small Step Forward

Over the last three years, the number of car accidents in Wisconsin has been on the rise. There were almost 130,000 crashes in the state last year, resulting in the deaths of over 500 people. Distracted drivers are a significant cause of these casualties. In an attempt to make the roads safer, the Wisconsin state […]

November 29, 2017

3 Types of Distracted Driving in Wisconsin

When authorities and safety organizations talk about distracted driving, they are speaking to a number of actions that draw a driver’s attention away from the road in various ways. Distracted driving is a broad category of behavior that can mean various things, including mental, physical, or visual distractions. It is not just cell phone use […]

November 15, 2017

Attorney Jason Studinski Speaks About Nighttime Trucking Collisions at Tennessee Association for Justice

Attorney Jason Studinski recently spoke at the Tennessee Association for Justice about nighttime trucking collisions. The Tennessee Association for Justice is a nonprofit organization that advocates for citizens’ rights. They consistently campaign for a trial by jury and better access to the courts for all. The organization was founded in 1964 and is currently run […]

October 28, 2017

What an Injured Passenger Should Do After a Car Accident

If you were riding in a car that someone else was driving and you were hurt in an accident, you may be wondering what you should do now. Your first concern should be your health. No matter what you think about the extent – or lack thereof- of your injuries, see a physician as soon […]

October 21, 2017

10 Signs of Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect

When you have a parent or loved one living in a nursing home, you must be vigilant about their care. Elderly individuals need to receive proper care from physicians, nurses, and other staff members to ensure that they retain a high quality of life. This care includes ensuring that your loved one has a clean […]

October 13, 2017

New Law Takes Aim at Distracted Drivers

Eating, drinking, texting, reading, and watching videos are all examples of actions that can distract a driver. Due to the fact that serious accidents and injuries are often the result of distracted driving, Wisconsin legislators have proposed a new law regarding distracted drivers to stop this dangerous behavior. If you’ve been hurt in an accident […]

October 6, 2017

5 Questions to Ask a Personal Injury Lawyer

When you head into an initial consultation with a personal injury lawyer, you should be prepared to ask your own questions. The consultation is a two-way street. It is a time for an attorney to get to know you and your situation in order to offer an educated opinion about your next best steps. It […]

August 1, 2017

Top 25 Causes of Car Accidents

Unfortunately, vehicle accidents are extremely common across the nation. Single- and multi-vehicle crashes lead to property damage, minor-to-catastrophic personal injuries, and fatalities. These accidents happen for all types of reasons, most of them entirely preventable. If you’ve been in an accident that was caused by someone else, contact our Wisconsin car accident lawyers at Studinski […]

July 25, 2017

Dangers of Distracted Driving

If you were asked to define distracted driving you may reply with an answer close to “not paying attention” or “doing something else why driving.” Both of these answers would be right. However, they do not dive deep enough into what distraction truly is and why it is so dangerous while driving. According to the […]

Jason Studinski Injury Attorney
Free Case Evaluation
Call us at (715) 343-2850 or fill out the form below:
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.