The Complete Guide to Wisconsin Statutes of Limitation

August 6, 2020

A statute of limitation sets a specific period of time the state can prosecute a particular crime. After that time passes, they lose the right to bring a case forever.

Generally speaking, the more serious or violent the crime, the longer the statute of limitation is and some offenses have no limitation at all. In certain situations, the state can be granted additional time to bring a case by having the statute of limitation tolled or suspended. (Wis. Stat. § 939.74

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What are the Grounds for a Personal Injury Lawsuit in Wisconsin?

September 26, 2019


If you’ve recently suffered an injury in a car accident or through some other event and believe your personal injury case may be strong enough to bring a favorable outcome with a lawsuit, it’s important to look at the details of the case with a skilled attorney to determine if filing a personal injury lawsuit in Wisconsin is in your best interest.

The first thing all personal injury victims should understand before moving forward with a lawsuit is that each case is different. Just because some indicators might line up with your circumstances, that doesn’t automatically mean your have a case strong enough to win.

If you're wondering what indicators typically suggest your case may be strong enough to proceed with a personal injury lawsuit, keep reading to learn five common things Madison personal injury attorneys look for when assessing a case’s potential to hold up in court.

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4 Questions to Ask Before Hiring A Wisconsin Personal Injury Attorney

September 19, 2019

Dealing with personal injuries can be a stressful, difficult ordeal whether it’s happened to you or someone close to you. While there may be several parts of the recovery process you’ll need to manage, contacting a personal injury lawyer to help you through any legal issues can be a very important step in the process depending on your particular situation.

If you feel you may be in need of legal assistance with your personal injury case, it’s essential to hire an attorney who is capable of helping you during such a stressful time.

Asking the right questions can make all the difference when it comes to finding the right attorney for your situation. If you’re struggling to come up with questions to ask potential hires, keep reading to learn four things that can quickly help you determine whether an attorney can help you with your personal injury case.

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5 Steps To Take After Suffering a Personal Injury in Wisconsin

July 25, 2019

At Stangl Law, we understand the devastating impact personal injury can have on someone's life. We also realize what steps are important for you to take in order to help get the results you deserve.

Besides the stress of the accident or event, victims can also suffer medical, emotional, and financial burdens. While it can be difficult during this time to shift your focus from the trauma of your experience to a checklist of actions, it is in your best interest to do so as soon as you're capable.

Taking these actions as quickly as possible is important in ensuring you have appropriate assistance and evidence is preserved. The following steps can serve as a tremendous help to you in handling your personal injury case.

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4 Reasons to Pursue a Personal Injury Claim in Wisconsin

July 18, 2019

Whether it’s happened to you or someone close to you, sustaining serious personal injuries can be a very traumatic and stressful event, both physically and financially. While the physical and emotional consequences can be overwhelming by themselves, significant medical expenses can make the situation seem even more challenging to overcome.

Pursuing a personal injury case can help lessen the financial burden placed on you or a loved one when fault lies somewhere else. Many times, personal injury victims may be hesitant to pursue such a case to avoid damaging a close relationship with a friend or family member.

If you find yourself in a similar situation, be aware that in many cases, a claim can be made against the other person’s insurer, not the individual themselves. Keep reading to learn some of the reasons for moving forward with a personal injury claim.

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When To Contact A Personal Injury Lawyer in Madison, WI

July 4, 2019

Personal injuries can be devastating regardless if they happen to you or someone you know for more reasons beyond the obvious trauma of the situation. After the initial shock that often comes with potentially serious injury, it’s important to start thinking about what course of action you need to take.

Although asking yourself whether you need a personal injury lawyer or not is a question no one likes to ask, it may be essential to reach out for legal help during such a trying time.

For those who have never had to deal with significant personal injuries and the legal fallout that can follow, having an experienced personal injury attorney in the Madison, Wisconsin area can help immensely.

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What to Expect From A Personal Injury Lawsuit in Wisconsin

June 20, 2019

Are you dealing with a personal injury case for the first time? If you’re considering retaining an experienced personal injury attorney to assist you with the legal process of a lawsuit, you probably want to know what to expect.

While no two cases are the same, personal injury lawsuits in Wisconsin typically adhere to a similar process, which is helpful to get acquainted with ahead of your case.

This article will provide important information regarding filing a personal injury claim, as well as what to expect during the discovery and mediation process for a personal injury case in Wisconsin.

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What to Do if You’re Injured by Testosterone Medication in Wisconsin

May 8, 2015


The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has announced it now requires manufacturers of prescription testosterone products to update the labeling on products to make it clear that prescription testosterone products are only approved for men who have low testosterone levels caused by certain medical conditions such as:

  • Disorders of the testicles,
  • Disorders of the pituitary gland,
  • Disorders of the brain that cause a condition called hypogonadism
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