Few events can ruin your day faster than an automobile collision. If the driver who hits you does not have insurance, however, your bad day becomes even worse. Because Wisconsin law does not specifically require motorists to carry liability insurance, you must have a plan for coping with an accident involving an uninsured driver.
As most Northeast Wisconsin residents know, legally, residents of and visitors to this state must not operate a vehicle after they have had too much to drink. Specifically, if an officer stops them and finds that they have more than .08 blood alcohol content, or BAC, that person can be facing a serious criminal charge.
Even when a Northeast Wisconsin resident has what could rightly be called a strong case to receive disability benefits from the Social Security Administration, they may wind up having their application for benefits denied at the initial stages.