Car crash ejection injury lawsuits in Wisconsin Insurance companies offer larger settlements to law firms who win in court.

Many people wrongly assume if you were ejected from a vehicle, it’s your own fault for not wearing a seat belt. But if the actions of another driver are what led to your vehicle crashing and your ejection, you may be able to sue to recover the expenses you’ve had.

Consider, too, there are accidents where the seat belts of a vehicle have failed to restrain occupants in a crash. So, even if you were at fault for the accident, your injuries may be at least partly due to the failure of your car’s seat belts or airbag to work properly.

The case is the same for motorcycle accidents and other vehicles that don't have seatbelts. If another driver forced you off your motorcycle, you may be entitled to a motorcycle accident lawsuit.

The first step is determining if you have a case or not. Warshafsky Law invites you to schedule a free initial legal consultation. After learning more about your accident, we’ll let you know if you have grounds for a suit.

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While other Milwaukee personal injury law firms cajole their clients into going along with whatever settlement offer the insurance company makes, Warshafsky Law isn’t afraid to take a case to trial if necessary. Whatever it takes to get our clients the money they deserve, we do it.

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