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  • Primary Seat Belt Law Causes Number of Tickets to Skyrocket Since Milwaukee passed a primary seat belt law the number of tickets written for seat belt violations has skyrocketed. The old law allowed police to ticket only after pulling over a vehicle for another reason. Now a police officer may pull over any vehicle that contains a driver or passengers who are not wearing their seat belts. If you have been injured in a motorcycle, car or trucking accident please contact your Madison, Wi., personal injury attorney at Hupy and Abraham today for your free consultation.
  • Booze and Belt Initiative Ends The beginning of December was marked by the third annual Booze and Belts police initiative across Wisconsin.
  • Author James Richard Larson Completes Fifth Novel James Richard Larson completed his fifth novel, The Mirror: A rider's Story, and visited Tony "Pan" Sanfelipo to deliver a signed copy
  • Harley-Davidson Recalls 2009-2010 Touring Models Defect in gas tank mount system could cause gas tanks to leak and burst into flames in frontal crashes. Accordingly, Harley-Davidson has recalled 09/10 Tourings.
  • Motorcycle Accident Injures Illinois Man | Mt Vernon Accident Attorney A Kell, Illinois man was injured when his motorcycle collided with a deer. The accident was one of more than 12 vehicle/deer accidents reported in Jefferson County last weekend. If you have been injured in an accident you need serious representation. At Hupy and Abraham we are dedicated to protecting the rights of motorcycle accident victims. Contact our experienced attorneys today for your free consultation.
  • Heparin Blamed in Loss of Limb | Milwaukee WI Class Action Attorney The blood thinner, heparin, has been recalled and has now been given a new warning label. However, patients are still lining up, protesting the use of the drug and claiming that the drug lead to serious health complications. If you have been affected after being given heparin or you have lost a loved one who was administered the drug please contact us today. At Hupy and Abraham we have stood up to and won huge claims against pharmaceutical companies. Please call 1.800.800.5678 today for your free consultation.
  • Thanksgiving Dangerous for Drivers | Milwaukee Accident Attorney Due to a high volume of cars on the road and an elevated rate of drinking and driving Thanksgiving is the most deadly day of the year for travelers.
  • Auto Insurance Requirements Wisconsin | Milwaukee Attorneys On November first auto insurance requirements changed in Wisconsin. Before the first Wisconsin was one of only two states that did not require liability insurance.
  • Car and Motorcycle Accidents with Deer Increase | Illinois Attorney As fall turns to winter drivers have more than snow and ice to contend with. Drivers and riders should be more aware than ever of the danger that deer crossings present. If you have been injured in a motorcycle or car accident contact our experienced personal injury attorneys at Hupy and Abraham today for your free consultation. With offices across Illinois and Wisconsin we are where you need us when you need us.
  • Are Motorcycle Checkpoints Profiling? | Attorney Motorcycle Rights In state after state the debate over motorcycle profiling rages on. While police site the need to keep riders safe by checking helmets and licenses riders’ advocates believe that mandatory checkpoints threaten the rights of riders. If you have been hurt in a motorcycle accident please do not hesitate to contact your Wisconsin injury attorney at Hupy and Abraham today for your free consultation. We fight for riders’ rights every day. Let us fight for you.