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Michelle Hockers

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6 Upgrades To Experience in Metro-Milwaukee in 2016

The New Year is a time associated with change and positive updates to your personal life. Our great city of Milwaukee has also seen some amazing recent advancements. As personal injury lawyers in Milwaukee for more than 30 years, we have seen the city go through many transformations, and 2016 is looking...

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Milwaukee Personal Injury Attorney Explains the Proposed 'Cookie Law'

Driving into work this morning, I was reminded of a recent law under review by this WUWM story "Farmers Challenge Wisconsin's Ban on Sale of Home Baked Goods.

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Why Personal Injury Attorneys Should Prepare Every Case For Trial

Why do some cases go to trial, while others are settled out of court? Is it more advantageous to settle, or should you prepare for a trial? What is considered a good settlement?

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Truck Accident Tips - From Docking Injuries to Forklifts

You may wonder what happens when a semi-truck goes to a customer to pick up or drop off a load. What happens if the load is imbalanced, what happens is a dockworker or truck driver is injured? What are the safety standards?

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8 Wisconsin Laws You Should Know Before Your Manicure Or Pedicure

You have probably heard one of the horror stories about someone who went to get a manicure or pedicure and developed an infection because the nail salon did not properly clean their tools. What you may not have known is that you may have a personal injury claim if you get an infection from a nail...

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8 Ways You Can Help Prevent Child Drowning

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, from 2005 through 2009 there was an average of about ten deaths per day as a result of unintentional drowning in the United States. Drowning is one of the most common causes of death for children because young children can drown in as little...
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Laparoscopic Surgery and Uterine Cancer

In April 2014, the FDA issued a safety communication regarding thespread of uterine cancer after having laparoscopic surgery performed with a power morcellator. Power morcellators are surgical instruments used to break up and remove masses during hysterectomies, fibroid removal, and other laparoscopic...

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