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Ride sharing Facts

Ridesharing has increased the amount of auto accidents and thereby, the risk for personal injury. If people spend more time in their cars, their chance of having an auto accident increases, as, nationwide, “the arrival of ride sharing is associated

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Distracted Driving

Distracted driving is something that is preventable, yet, “each day in the United States, approximately 9 people are killed and more than 1,000 injured in crashes that are reported to involve a distracted driver” (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National

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Stay Home and Stay Safe

Because of the continuing spread of COVID-19 in Wisconsin, Governor Tony Evers issued a state-wide stay-at-home order that took effect at 8 a.m. Wednesday, March 25, and will last until April 24, unless otherwise stated. Four-hundred-fifty-seven tests have returned to

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Roundabouts

Roundabouts WisDOT evaluates design alternatives to determine whether a signal, roundabout or other control is best suited for the location based on safety, efficiency and estimated cost. Of the state’s 383 roundabouts, 220 are on the state trunk highway (STH) system and

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4yr old Dog Bite

At a family get-together a 4-year-old boy was bitten by a Staffordshire bull terrier in the back of the head and on the tip of his finger, which had to be grafted back on after being severed by the dog.

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Dog Bite

Six-year-old Lucas Nicolas did not know that his fear of dogs would be realized while riding his bicycle nearby his family at a park. While riding, a 6-month-old puppy aggressively jumped on Lucas, knocking him off of his bike and biting him in the face, collarbone, and hand

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Slip & Fall

On June 11, 2018, 78-year-old Mary Wobschall went to a Driver’s Motor Vehicle place (DMV) in Wisconsin to renew her license. A DMV worker required her to walk across a room without her cane.

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Expenses of Speeding

Speeding fits into a wide net of dangerous driving behaviors including aggressive driving, tailgating, weaving through heavy traffic, distracted and inattentive driving, drowsy driving, red light running, and failure to yield to right of way (Wisconsin Department of Transportation, December 14, 2019).

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Dangers of Speeding

Many of us are guilty of speeding a little to get to a destination faster, not realizing that “just going 5 mph over the speed limit puts drivers, their passengers and everyone else on the road at a greater risk of a serious crash”.

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