Streetcar Accident with The Hop MKE?Jul 10th 2019 by: Domnitz & Domnitz, S.C.
The Hop MKE travels Milwaukee’s downtown streets daily. It’s been in full operation since November 2018, and ridership numbers for last month, May 2019, were over 60,000 people. With the expansion of tracks and routes in the near future, we can expect to see more streetcars out and about soon. However, the streetcar is not… Read the full article »Read More
Perseverance After Highway Car Accident – Ted’s StoryJul 10th 2019 by: Domnitz & Domnitz, S.C.
In August 2016 Ted was returning from a friend’s house going south on Highway 164 in Washington County. A northbound SUV crossed over the center line a smashed into Ted’s small car driving it into the roadside ditch and mangling it almost beyond recognition. Ted received severe injuries to his face, head, and neck, and… Read the full article »Read More
Self Driving Cars … Good, Bad or Unknown?Jul 10th 2019 by: Domnitz & Domnitz, S.C.
It’s no secret that self-driving cars are the future of transportation. Once seen as a sci-fi fantasy, self-driving cars are here and they’re on the road right now. As car accident attorneys, we fully understand the landscape of personal liability in car accidents. Who is at fault, what it costs the injured party, and how… Read the full article »Read More
Rear-ended in Racine – Paul’s StoryMay 31st 2019 by: Domnitz & Domnitz, S.C.
Our client was an older man in Racine County, named Paul, who was rear-ended waiting to enter his driveway. There was about $5K in property damage to his van and both vehicles showed significant damage. Paul, “backbone of America”, Looking for Fairness Paul, 76 at the time of the crash, was a widower, army veteran,… Read the full article »Read More
Back Pain After Greenfield Car Accident – Shelly’s StoryMay 31st 2019 by: Domnitz & Domnitz, S.C.
Shelly is a stay at home mom from Greenfield. She was stopped at a red light when she was rear-ended. The at-fault driver told the investigating officer that she “nudged” Shelly’s vehicle. Because Shelly’s vehicle had a trailer hitch on it, there was very little property damage. However, Shelly developed back pain, neck pain, and… Read the full article »Read More
Rental Car LawSep 19th 2018 by: Domnitz & Domnitz, S.C.
Part 1: Common Issues, Police, Credit Card Coverage Until you get into an accident or are pulled over, renting a car may seem fairly easy. Skimming the fine print is not a good idea when it comes to car rentals, though. To protect yourself, legally, you’ll need to know what you’re agreeing to, even—and especially—when… Read the full article »Read More