Milwaukee Auto Accident Investigation Finds a Witness of Car Accident
Diligent Personal Injury Attorneys Leave No Stone Unturned
Our client was nine months old when she was seriously injured in a Wisconsin automobile accident. She was a passenger in a car that was t-boned by a pickup truck at 16th & National Avenue in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Her mother was also injured and could not remember what happened in the car accident. Because this was rush hour, all of the potential witnesses had left the scene by the time the police arrived. There were conflicting stories between the drivers as to who had the red light and who had the green light.
- Wisconsin law requires drivers to:
- Yield right of way (WI Civil JI 1090)
- Maintain proper lookout (WW Civil JI 1055)
- Keep watch even if they have a green light (WI Civil JI 1190)
Our Milwaukee Auto Accident Firm Took the Case
After our Milwaukee personal injury law firm was retained, we hired an expert to do a car accident reconstruction and had engineers evaluate the damages to the vehicles in order to determine how fast the drivers were going and which driver was negligent. That elusive witness, however, still held the key.
This is what makes us different from other area law firms. Our Milwaukee auto accident lawyers at Samster Konkel & Safran, S.C. decided to stake out the bus stop at the intersection for several days to try to find people that may have seen the accident. Within several days, we were able to find not only one, but two witnesses that confirmed both the color of the lights and the excessive rate of speed that the colliding pickup truck was traveling at the time of the accident.
Going Above and Beyond
As can be seen from the above example, we are ready to go above and beyond for our clients. If you have been injured in a Milwaukee auto accident, we could go the extra mile for you too.
We have protected the rights of Milwaukee's injured for more than 40 years. Speak with one of our experienced auto accident lawyers during a free consultation. Call (414) 455-1639 now.