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Check Your Insurance Coverage Before Your Spring Break Trip

Automobile insurance is one of those grown-up topics that isn't that much fun to think about. We all know we should have insurance (it is the law!), we all want to pay reasonable rates, and we all see a lot of insurance company commercials promising stellar service or cheaper prices. While getting good service at a decent price is important, it is crucial to review your automobile insurance coverage to make sure you and your family are adequately protected. 

Statistical facts regarding uninsured motorists

In regards to the number of uninsured motorists in 2012, the state of Wisconsin ranked 25 in the country with 11.7 of its motorists being uninsured, according to a report by the Insurance Information Institute. The state of Massachusetts carried the fewest amount of uninsured motorists, and Oklahoma carried the highest amount at 26 percent.

Are Wisconsin drivers required to have insurance in case of crash?

Drivers in many states are legally required to have car insurance. Wisconsin is among those states. The law says that motorists must carry auto insurance, except in limited cases where another form of security like a surety bond or personal funds can be substituted.

Mayfly swarm causes 3-car accident in Wisconsin

Wisconsin motorists know to be ready for anything on the road. In wintertime, this means snow, ice and sleet, which can make streets and highways slippery. Drivers who do not adjust by slowing down and allowing for more following distance risk getting into a car accident.

Appleton Office
200 East College Avenue
Appleton, WI 54911

Phone: 920-831-0300
Fax: 920-831-0165
Appleton Law Office Map

Green Bay Office
300 N. Broadway
Suite 1A
Green Bay, WI 54303

Phone: 920-432-3883
Fax: 920-432-3885
Green Bay Office Location