Prevent Unintentional Injury
According to the Wisconsin Department of Health Services data, unintentional injury was the leading cause of death for people between the ages of 1 and 44 in 2017. The current pandemic is a real-life example displaying the importance of how following safety precautions can avoid injury and save lives. We appreciate everyone who is doing their part to keep others safe during these trying times. We ask that you remain vigilant and aware of all dangerous situations to avoid injury to others. If you become an injured victim, contact Action Law Offices. We’d like to discuss how personal injury lawsuits can award compensation.
Wisconsin Accident Prevention
On August 1st, 2020, Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers issued a state-wide mask wearing mandate. In addition, the public is to social distance and be aware of other precautions to help prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus. Accidents can happen to anyone and at any time. If they came announced, they wouldn’t be called “accidents.” As we navigate through the pandemic, it may take more effort to avoid accidents. However, prevention of unintentional injuries remains possible; COVID-19 related and otherwise.
Accidents Often Avoidable
The current COVID-19 crisis reminds us all about the importance of actions that can prevent further harm. Slips, falls, crashes and deaths in personal injury lawsuits almost always happen without purposeful intent. Most folks don’t intend to cause harm but actions or inactions can lead to exactly that. Being overly cautious, considerate and law-abiding can save lives. With a little forth site, responsibility and training/education; unintentional accidents and injuries can often be prevented.
Actions That Lead To Injury
In personal injury, there are a multitude of actions, situations and environments that can lead to the injury of an innocent person. If someone is injured due to your negligence, you may be held liable to pay compensation in the court of law. Below is a list of some unsafe actions that are commonly present in personal injury lawsuits.
- Disregarding safety instructions or laws
- Unsafe or dangerous environmental conditions
- Using drugs, alcohol or mind-altering substance
- Horseplay or inattentive, or irresponsible behaviors
- Lack of skill, training, education or knowledge
- Improper labeling and or marketing of product
- Defective Product liability
- Exposure to potentially dangerous substance
- Lack of proper supervision or prevention
Rights As An Injured Victim
You have legal rights. If you have been injured in an accident that was not your fault, you could be eligible for monetary compensation. Please fill out this request for a free injury lawsuit consultation. You will quickly be contacted by one of our attorneys, and your situation evaluated. At Action Law Offices, we follow precautions to ensure client safety and well-being. If we chose to take on your case, there are no fees unless we win.
DISCLAIMER: Blogs and articles cover very basic accident and injury topics for education and awareness such as statistics, Wisconsin Laws, injury areas, compensation and injury victim rights. Information not intended for legal advice; consult with an attorney directly.