In 2016, Wood County experienced 1,205 car crashes and six fatalities, according to the Wisconsin Department of Transportation. Marathon County witnessed 3,062 crashes and nine fatalities. No doubt, the number of these accidents and fatalities impacted individuals and families in Marshfield. Recently, you and your family may have been the latest to be hurt by a Marshfield car accident. At Studinski Law, LLC, we understand a crash can have a profound influence on your life. It can remain at the forefront of your mind for months and affect your life for years to come. Our Marshfield car accident lawyers are here to help you move forward. We offer car accident victims and their families the knowledge, experience, and compassion you need to deal with law enforcement, medical professionals, health insurance carriers, and auto insurance companies.
Let our Marshfield personal injury lawyers guide you through the insurance claim and legal processes after a crash and fight for you to receive the compensation you are entitled to under the law. The best thing you can do after an accident is to speak with a local and highly-skilled attorney as soon as possible.
Driving has become such an essential. In fact, grabbing your keys and getting behind the wheel has probably become second nature to you. It is easy to forget how dangerous the whole process can be. Safe driving relies on you and everyone else on the road paying attention, following the rules, and using caution. Nevertheless, every day there is evidence that a driver fails to do those vital tasks.
Drivers routinely cause car accidents in Marshfield because of:
At Studinski Law, LLC, we have handled various cases based on all of these causes and others. We also commonly handle car accidents related to:
We are here to help you through this experience. While we cannot turn back time and change what has been done, we can guide you through the insurance claim and legal processes. We will fight for you to receive fair compensation after a car accident.
Over the years, our legal team at Studinski Law, LLC has handled all types of car accident claims. Contact us right away if you were hurt in a:
We are also here to represent you if your loved one passed away in a fatal car crash in or around Marshfield. We will explain Wisconsin’s wrongful death laws and determine whether you, another family member, or your relative’s estate has a legal claim.
Car accidents in the city of Marshfield occur every day. Some of them are minor and may lead to only bumps and bruises. Although, even minor accidents can cause the airbag to go off, which could lead to a broken nose and some burns. Other accidents are considered moderate, and they can cause whiplash, concussions, broken bones, and other injuries that you are likely to fully recover from.
Unfortunately, many car crashes are serious or catastrophic. They can lead to significant neck, back, and spinal cord injuries. They can cause multiple, complex bone fractures and dislocations. You may suffer from crush injuries and traumatic amputations. Instead of a mild concussion, you may suffer from a moderate-to-severe traumatic brain injury (TBI). When you experience multiple distinct serious injuries, this is known as polytrauma.
In addition to your physical injuries, it is common for you to experience psychological and emotional harm due to the collision. You may experience changes in your mood, eating habits, and sleeping habits. You may suffer from anxiety, a phobia, or depression. You may also be diagnosed with PTSD.
We can help you fully document your physical and psychological injuries, as well as how these injuries have impacted your day-to-day life and future. By gathering evidence regarding your injuries, including expert testimony or utilizing a day in the life video, you improve your ability to clearly express to a judge and jury how you have been harmed by the accident.
Several Wisconsin laws influence car accident claims in Marshfield, including:
After a car crash, we understand that one of your priorities may be obtaining compensation. Securing what’s necessary for your recovery from an insurance policy or at-fault driver can be vital in taking care of the medical bills you and your family have piling up. It can also be essential in getting your car fixed or replaced. However, despite your need for compensation, it typically does not benefit you to accept an initial insurance settlement offer. If the insurer is trying to settle with you quickly, it is almost always because the other driver is at fault and your situation is worth a great deal more.
You should speak with our auto accident lawyers before accepting a settlement. We are here to ensure the settlement or verdict you fight for covers your:
After being hurt or losing a loved one in a car accident you know to be another driver’s fault, you are going to have to fight for the compensation you deserve. But, you do not need to fight alone. The experienced car crash attorneys at Studinski Law, LLC are prepared to work tirelessly for you and your family. We will be tenacious in our pursuit of appropriate compensation.
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