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Mother and two children hospitalized after Milwaukee car accident

A June 19 car accident caused by a suspected drunk driver resulted in a woman and her two children being hospitalized, a report of Journal Sentinel stated.

According to reports, at around 4:30 a.m., a wrong-way vehicle on I-43 at Fond du Lac Avenue caused the collision. The vehicle operated by Chaze Biami, 36, reportedly went into the wrong lane of the road and struck an oncoming vehicle containing a woman and two children. Rescue crews resuscitated the woman at the scene before she was transported to the hospital with life-threatening injuries. The two children, who were restrained by car seats, were treated for the substantial injuries they sustained. Biami, who was also injured in the incident, was later arrested after authorities found out his blood alcohol level was 0.14 percent and his driver’s license was revoked.

Drunk drivers often leave families devastated after an accident. If you have been the victim of a drunk driving accident, a personal injury attorney can help you recover compensations from your loss. Speak with an attorney at Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ® in Milwaukee by calling 800-242-2874 to learn more about your options.

Bizarre accident kills Hollywood actor

A freak accident in Los Angeles recently killed the actor Anton Yelchin, a June 20 article of CNN stated.

The one-vehicle accident happened at Yelchin’s home in Studio City on June 19. At about 1:10 a.m., the 27-year-old “Star Trek” movie star was behind his parked vehicle when it unexpectedly began to roll backwards. The vehicle traveled down the driveway, crushing him. The actor succumbed to the injuries he sustained after he was pinned by his vehicle to a brick post. Yelchin’s family learned of the accident after they were notified by the actor’s friends he was supposed to meet that morning. Yelchin’s friends decided to go to his house after he failed to go to a rehearsal.

The wrongful death attorneys at Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ® in Milwaukee are saddened by this loss. We want to express our deepest thoughts to the family and friends who are mourning the recent loss of their loved one.

17 drivers busted in Milwaukee’s “Operation Drive Sober”

At least 17 drivers in the Milwaukee area were recently arrested due to drunk driving violations as local authorities heightened their presence for Memorial Day weekend, a report of CBS 58 stated on June 1.

In the “Operation Drive Sober” campaign launched by the Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Office, authorities discovered the average prohibited blood alcohol concentration was 0.14 percent, which is nearly twice the legal limit. Five of the arrested drivers reportedly had several previous OWI violations. One of the arrested drivers was identified as Arnulfo Reyes-Nunez, who was found to be driving with three children no older than 10 years old. Reyes-Nunez, who admitted to consuming beer at a party, was taken into custody and may serve jail time of up to six months if found guilty of the offense.

The Milwaukee lawyers at Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ® realize how many lives are at risk when individuals decide to drive a vehicle while drunk. If you or a loved one sustained injuries due to a drunk driver, we may be able to help you receive compensation. Find out how we could help you recover your loss by calling 800-242-2874.

12 year prison sentence for Milwaukee hit-and-run driver

Milwaukee County Circuit Judge Joseph Donald sentenced Jatavious Kwan Webster to 12 years in prison after Webster pleaded guilty to a deadly hit-and-run that happened last year.

Donald also added six years of probation to Webster’s April 29 sentence. Webster, who is believed to have been drag racing at the time of the accident, struck a vehicle in which Adrian McGaughy was a passenger. McGaughy faced fatal injuries after the wreck. The driver of the vehicle, Kendra Hammond, told authorities that she was about to turn left onto Silver Spring Drive when the accident happened. Webster’s driver’s license was under suspension at the time of the crash, prosecutor Grant Huebner noted. 

The Milwaukee wrongful death lawyers at Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ® represent families who have lost their loved ones in car accidents inflicted by reckless driving. We strongly believe that negligent parties should fairly compensate their victims. If you are have been involved in such an accident, call our office at 800-242-2874 to learn more about your legal options.

GM recalling over 1M trucks to repair seatbelt flaw

A CNBC report on April 15 stated General Motors (GM) is recalling an estimated 1.04 million pickup trucks that may have seat belt issues.

According to the American automaker giant, they discovered, with the use of warranty data, recent models of GMC Sierra 1500 and Chevrolet Silverado vehicles may have a substandard seat belt component in the driver seat that can detach during every day use. Sales of approximately 3,000 affected vehicles were stopped by the recalling company. GM stated that there wasn’t any incidents of accidents or injuries before they issued the recall. GM dealers will either repair or replace the seat belts’ tensioner unit of the recalled vehicles.

Many people in the U.S. suffer incapacitating injuries in car accidents related to product defects every year. If you or a loved one was injured in a car accident, working with a skilled personal injury legal team can be essential if you believe that negligent auto manufacturers are responsible for your sufferings. Discuss your situation with the Milwaukee legal team of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ® today at 800-242-2874 to learn more about your legal options.

4 seriously hurt in Marinette County crash

At least two adults and two children recently suffered injuries in Marinette County after the vehicle they were riding in was involved in a car accident, an article from ABC10 reported on March 28.

According to initial accident reports, one of the involved vehicles, occupied by Appleton resident David Deford and his family, was broadsided by a vehicle driven by Glenn Grenfell at about 3:45 p.m. on March 26 on Highway 141. Grenfell’s vehicle flipped onto its side after the accident. David, 23, his wife Crystal, 26, their daughter, and their niece all suffered injuries in the collision.

The couple’s niece reportedly was listed in critical condition and was airlifted to a hospital in Green Bay. Though Grenfell and his 7-year-old son suffered minor injuries in the wreck, they were not taken to a hospital for treatment. Authorities from the Marinette County Sheriff’s Department are continuing to investigate the incident.


Woman hospitalized after Fond du Lac accident

According to a February 21 article on, a woman recently had to undergo a surgical procedure in Milwaukee after she was involved in a two-vehicle accident in Fond du Lac.

Reports state that Laurel Shipton was involved in an accident that took place in the 200 block of North Main Street on February 20. Though several people were reportedly injured in the collision between two SUVs, Laurel remained in Froedtert Hospital for a surgical procedure, according to her daughter-in-law.

A spokeswoman at Froedtert Hospital reported that Laurel’s vital signs were “stable.” Responding Fond du Lac police officers had a difficult time establishing which driver or drivers were liable in the crash due to confusing information given by witnesses. Traffic flow along North Main Street was slowed down for an hour as crews cleared the roadway.


320K Toyota vehicles with faulty airbags recalled

Japanese auto manufacturer Toyota Motors is recalling approximately 320,000 truck and SUV models in the U.S. due to an error in the airbag program that can cause the safety features to launch unexpectedly when a crash has not occurred.

Reports said some previous models of Lexus, 4-Runners, Land Cruisers, Tundras and Sequoias may have airbags mounted in the roof that can suddenly activate. Toyota explained that the airbag systems of the affected vehicles were improperly programmed. If the roof-mounted airbags suddenly deploy without a crash, drivers and passengers occupying the front seats are at a high risk of sustaining injuries. Owners of the affected vehicles should expect a notification letter from Toyota including details for the free repair of their vehicles.

If you have suffered any injuries or damages due to a defective vehicle, out legal team is prepared to help you pursue compensation from the responsible parties. At Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ®, our product liability attorneys will aggressively fight for justice on your behalf. Call us at 800-242-2874 today to learn more.

Fifteen drunk drivers arrested in Milwaukee over New Years

According to official reports, Milwaukee police made a concerted effort to crack down on drunk driving during the New Years holiday. As a result of their initiative, fifteen drivers were arrested over the course of the weekend for driving under the influence of alcohol.

Officers reportedly made the first DUI arrest at around 1:00 in the morning of January 1, 2016. The final arrest of the spree happened a little over five hours later at 7:17 a.m. that same morning. Since the beginning of the Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Office crack-down on December 31 through the end of the program on January 3, officers issued speeding tickets to 47 drivers and citations for license-related offenses to 19 individuals.

The officers’ work proved effective, as there were no deadly drunk driving accidents reported during the weekend.

The legal team at Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ® understands all too well the effects of drunk driving on innocent victims. We represent clients who have been injured or lost loved ones to negligent drivers in car accidents in Milwaukee. If you have suffered at the hands of a drunk driver, call us at 800-242-2874 today.

Milwaukee teacher busted for intoxicated driving

A teacher in Milwaukee was recently arrested by Town of Brookfield Police after she was suspected of driving a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol (OWI), news sources reported on December 9.

Officials said 29-year-old kindergarten teacher Danielle Cox was arrested on December 6 after refusing to take a breathalyzer test. Cox, who teaches at Gilbert Stuart Elementary, had previously been convicted of intoxicated driving offenses in three different incidents. In one of these prior convictions, three people suffered injuries in a car crash. Cox was reportedly under the influence of alcohol and marijuana at the time of the collision. The most recent charge against Cox is classified as a felony; however, she will not necessarily lose her job as she has not been convicted of a violent felony offense.

Far too many innocent drivers and passengers suffer extreme consequences of accidents caused by drunk drivers in Milwaukee. At Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ®, our legal team fights for the rights of these victims in an effort to hold the negligent drivers accountable for their poor choices. To learn more about how we help accident victims, call 800-242-2874 today.

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