MacGillis Wiemer, LLC, offers our clients the services of attorneys experienced in litigation matters who possess the seasoned legal judgment that clients need when protecting their rights in a variety of matters. Because our attorneys have dealt with these issues many, many times, they can help people throughout the Milwaukee, Wisconsin, area understand when litigation offers them their best option to resolve their legal matters.
Car Accident Attorneys Proudly Serving Clients in Milwaukee
According to the World Health Organization, nearly 2 million people in the U.S. are injured in car accidents every year. In Wisconsin, more than 120,000 accidents occur every year. This, no doubt, puts car accidents as the most common cause of personal injuries in the country.
Coping with the physical and emotional impact of a serious car accident can be quite challenging. Victims of auto accidents also have to contend with the financial expenses or loss related to their injuries.
CAR ACCIDENT CAUSES
Car accidents are usually a result of impaired driving, distracted driving, road hazards, obstructions, and mechanical defects. Whatever may be the cause, you may be entitled to financial compensation from the person responsible for your car accident.
WHAT CAN OUR LAW FIRM DO FOR YOU?
Get in touch with a Milwaukee car accident lawyer as soon as your accident occurs. Our personal injury lawyers have successfully represented the people of Milwaukee and neighboring communities in their personal injury cases and we take cases on a contingency fee basis, meaning that you will not pay anything unless we recover on your behalf.
DETERMINING FAULT IN A MILWAUKEE CAR ACCIDENT CASE
Determining fault in a car accident can be a daunting task. For a number of reasons, your accident may be as a result of ‘human error’ or ‘mechanical fault’. Human error means that the accident was caused by a driver. In this case, the driver of the car will be obligated to compensate you for your injuries or loss. Some examples of human error cover impairment or distraction, and may include speeding, running a red light, texting while driving, distracted driving, drunk driving and failing to yield the right of way.