Bicycling has grown in popularity and is a great way to stay active, save gas money, avoid traffic and enjoy the outdoors. However, cyclists must protect themselves from distracted drivers, other cyclists and pedestrians while on the road. Here are a few tips for staying safe and avoiding a bicycle accident. 1. Announce your presence… Continue reading Avoid a Bicycle Accident with these 13 Tips
Davis & Gelshenen LLP Celebrates 20 Years in Business
PRESS RELEASE October 5, 2022For Immediate ReleaseContact: Sara Davissaradavismarketing@gmail.com Davis & Gelshenen LLP Celebrates 20 Years in Business MILWAUKEE, WIS – Davis & Gelshenen LLP is proud to announce the 20th anniversary of the firm. Co-founded in 2002 by Daniel S. Davis and John J. Gelshenen, Jr., the firm continues to focus its practice on… Continue reading Davis & Gelshenen LLP Celebrates 20 Years in Business
Five things Real Estate professionals should do to minimize the risk of a lawsuit
Real estate professionals can be particularly vulnerable to lawsuits. Often, they are dragged into a dispute between buyers and sellers simply to add another party to a potential settlement. As such, real estate professionals should do everything in their power to minimize risk and take proactive steps to protect themselves and their reputation. Here are… Continue reading Five things Real Estate professionals should do to minimize the risk of a lawsuit
What to Do After a Car Accident
A car accident can be a very traumatic event. Stress and injuries may affect your ability to think clearly. How you react to the accident and the information that you obtain can be a critical element in your case. After an accident: Be careful. If you are in severe pain, wait for paramedics to arrive… Continue reading What to Do After a Car Accident
Collision Claims Data Reveals Interesting Automobile Accident Trends
Progressive Insurance examined its collision claim data and found some interesting trends that may surprise you, including the fact that driving can be riskier on certain days of the week. Knowing about these trends can help drivers be aware of the potential risks they face. Here are some of the trends discovered: You are more… Continue reading Collision Claims Data Reveals Interesting Automobile Accident Trends
Talcum Powder Dangers
Talcum powder is made from talc, a mineral containing magnesium and silicon that are mined in rock form. The powder is made by crushing, drying, and milling the rock into a fine powder. Talcum powder has been marketed and sold to absorb moisture and reduce friction, and has been used for diaper rash and chafing.… Continue reading Talcum Powder Dangers
Slip and Fall Accidents – A Leading Cause of Disability and Death
Slip, trip, and fall accidents are more common than many people realize. Slip and fall accidents can lead to disability and even death. Victims of slip and fall accidents often miss work, have to receive ongoing medical treatment, and experience pain due to their accident. According to the National Floor Safety Institute, fall accidents are… Continue reading Slip and Fall Accidents – A Leading Cause of Disability and Death
The 10 Worst Days of the Year to Drive
According to statistics from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, AAA, and other various sources, there are a number of days each year where it is clearly more dangerous on the road. The following are the top ten worst days of the year to drive: 1. Memorial Day Weekend – This holiday weekend is often… Continue reading The 10 Worst Days of the Year to Drive
Should you contest an accident-related traffic citation?
If you are involved in an automobile accident and receive a citation, but you don’t believe the accident was your fault should you contest the ticket? Ultimately, the decision is yours. Some questions to consider are: What are your chances of success if you do contest it? How much will it cost you? Will you… Continue reading Should you contest an accident-related traffic citation?
Is Your Child Safe on a School Bus?
According to the National Safety Council, 22 million students across the country begin and end their school day with a trip on a school bus. Most parents put their kids on school buses without thinking twice about safety. Surprisingly, most safety related problems involving buses tend to occur outside of the bus. In fact, almost… Continue reading Is Your Child Safe on a School Bus?