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Kenosha two-vehicle collision kills one

Thirty-eight-year-old Salem, Wisconsin resident Robin Jones lost her life in a two-vehicle collision on Wednesday, June 15. The accident occurred around 4:47 p.m. in the 20900 block of Highway C in Bristol. Jones’ 23-month-old baby survived the crash.

According to preliminary investigations made by the Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department, Jones was headed west along the 20900 block of Highway C when she failed to navigate a curve in her Chevrolet HHR. Jones veered off the roadway before over-correcting back onto the road, causing a collision with an eastbound Mercury Village van. The Kenosha County Medical Examiner’s Office reported that Jones was thrown out of the vehicle and declared dead at the scene of the accident. The child, on the other hand, sustained minor injuries and was brought to an area hospital for treatment.

The attorneys at Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. are saddened to hear about this fatal accident. Our thoughts and condolences are with the family of the victim as they mourn the loss of a loved one.

Marathon County three-vehicle accident kills one, injures two

A multi-vehicle collision involving a silver car, a white pickup truck, and a dark-colored SUV occurred between the east and west intersections of Marathon County C in Wisconsin on Monday, June 6. The accident occurred near the top of a hill on State 97 around 3:30 p.m. and resulted in the death of one individual and the hospitalization of two others.

The Marathon County Sheriff’s Office said State 97 between Marshfield and Stratford needed to be closed to public traffic to make way for road cleanups and the investigation of crash reconstruction units. According to preliminary investigations, the SUV went into a ditch near the northbound lane of the highway. and the front ends of the pickup truck and car were damaged by the wreck. Further details about the accident have yet to be released.

The attorneys at Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. are saddened to hear of this accident. Our thoughts and condolences go out to the friends and family of the victim in this accident.

Two die in two-vehicle collision near Portage

A two-vehicle collision on Monday, May 30 along Highway 33 at Saddle Ridge East, resulted in the deaths of two individuals in the Town of Fort Winnebago. The Columbia County Sheriff’s Office reported that speed and alcohol may have contributed to the crash that took place between the two vehicles.

The victims were identified as 24-year-old Pardeeville resident Adam Chester and 24-year-old Baraboo resident Jacob Bachman. Both men were declared dead at the scene of the accident. According to preliminary investigations, Chester was driving a black GMC truck with Bachman as his passenger, when the GMC truck “over-corrected”, causing the truck to veer towards the two-lane highway and collide with a silver Dodge Ram truck. The matter is currently under investigation by members of the Columbia County Sheriff’s Office.

The attorneys at Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. are all too familiar with the damage and pain caused by unexpected accidents. Our thoughts and condolences are with the friends and family of the victims in this accident as they mourn the loss of their loved ones.

Teen Breaks Curfew and Causes Wreck

Kenosha police responded to a two-car accident around 2 A.M. on 52nd Street and 22nd Avenue. The wreck was caused by 16-year-old Jacob Limbo, who failed to stop at a flashing red light. A Buick went through the intersection with a blinking yellow light and was struck by Limbo’s car. Limbo’s error caused the Buick to hit the Italian American Club as his own car was stopped by the sidewalk.

None of the injuries were life-threatening, though the passengers of both cars were taken to the hospital for treatment. Jacob Limbo was cited for failing to obey the traffic signal, as well as breaking Kenosha’s curfew. His passenger was a 14-year-old girl, who was also cited for breaking curfew.

Drivers that run red lights put other cars on the road at risk. If you have been the victim of an accident after a driver ran a red light, please call our legal team at Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. to speak to an experienced lawyer serving the Kenosha area at (800) 242-7205.

Bloomer High School teacher killed in two-vehicle collision

The Chippewa County Sheriff’s Office has reported that 32-year-old Bloomer, Wisconsin resident Derek Thompson, who was a Bloomer High School special education teacher, was declared dead at the scene of a two-vehicle collision. The accident occurred one-third of a mile east of 102nd Street on Highway 64, located northeast of Bloomer at around 9:46 p.m. on Saturday, April 23.

According to preliminary investigations, Thompson had been driving a 2014 Chrysler Town & Country van when it collided with a 2007 Chevrolet Suburban. Also inside the vehicle Thompson was driving at the time of the incident were 28-year-old Bloomer resident Brittany Thompson, 49-year-old Bloomer resident Sandra Lowe, 24-year-old Minneapolis, Minnesota resident Blaine Siebel, and 22-year-old Menomonie resident Jessica Kleinhans.

Helping the Chippewa County Sheriff’s Office investigate the incident are the Bloomer Police Department, the Chippewa County Coroner’s Office, the Bloomer Fire Department, and the Wisconsin State Patrol. A Chippewa County Sheriff’s Office deputy stated that no citations or charges have been filed at this time.

Kenosha man charged in November 2015 vehicular accident

Nineteen-year-old Kenosha, Wisconsin resident, Alexander Pagan, has recently been charged with offenses that were an offshoot of a vehicular crash on Nov. 24, 2015 in the 5700 block of Highway 50 that seriously wounded a 39-year-old Kenosha man.

According to preliminary investigations, the Ford Mustang that Pagan had been driving collided with the Honda Ridgeline pickup truck that was operated by Daron Terfehn, who suffered from two micro-fractures to bones in his back, a broken left big toe, seat belt burns, and head trauma.

Police officers said Pagan admitted that he had been speeding at the time of the incident because he was trying to catch up to a Volkswagen that had earlier cut him off. He was unable to brake when he saw the eastbound pickup truck directly in front of him, causing Pagan’s vehicle to crash into the pickup truck as it was making a left turn at 57th Avenue.

Pagan is charged with reckless driving causing great bodily harm, knowingly operating a vehicle with a suspended license and causing great bodily harm, and misdemeanor charges of possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia.

Should you find yourself or a loved one in the unfortunate situation of being a victim in a car accident in Kenosha and need an attorney to represent your case, do not hesitate to get in touch with our legal representatives at Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. by calling our offices today at (262) 652-4900.


Automobile-pedestrian accident under investigation

It is believed that bad weather may have been a contributing cause of an automobile – pedestrian accident in Kenosha earlier this month, though the exact cause is unclear at this time. The accident currently remains under an ongoing investigation.

The driver of the car involved in the wreck hit a 40-old female, causing injuries that sent her to the hospital. The victim was hit hard enough that damage was caused to the driver’s car, but the driver was unharmed in the incident. The injured pedestrian was taken to Kenosha Memorial Hospital in stable condition to recover from her injuries. The driver was cooperative and did not flee the scene of the accident.

Injuries to pedestrians can be costly and difficult to recover from. If you have been the victim of a vehicle – pedestrian accident, contact the experienced car accident lawyers of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. by calling (262) 652-4900 for a free consultation.

Two-vehicle accident injures one

55-year-old Barry Lee Smalley, who was found by emergency responders in the middle of the road after a two-vehicle accident on Saturday, February 20 at around 8 p.m. in Kenosha, is reported to be recovering safely from a broken breastbone, his family said.

According to preliminary investigations made by the Kenosha Police Department, Smalley was traveling west on Highway 50 and was trying to make a southbound turn onto 60th Avenue when his vehicle collided with a car heading east that was driven by Christine Torcaso.

Smalley was airlifted via Flight for Life to Froedtert Hospital in Wauwatosa after he reported that he stopped feeling sensations in his chest area.

A person who had been involved in a car accident may suffer from serious injuries and other losses related to the incident. If you or someone you love has been injured in a car accident and you believe that another person or party is ultimately responsible, we may be able to help you pursue both compensation and justice. Contact the Kenosha car accident attorneys of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. today at (262) 652-4900 to learn more.

Kenosha three-vehicle accident injures woman

A woman was hospitalized following a three-vehicle, chain-reaction collision at 75th Street and 22nd Avenue in Kenosha, Wisconsin on Friday, February 5 at around 8:26 a.m. According to a Kenosha Police Department report, the victim was identified as 27-year-old Stephanie Dixon, who sustained injuries of an unknown nature during the crash.

According to preliminary investigations, Dixon was headed west on 75th Street and was approaching 22nd Avenue when she was unable to stop for an unspecified reason and slammed into the rear of a vehicle in front of her. The vehicle she crashed into was then forced into the vehicle in front of it.

According to reports, Dixon received at least one citation after the collision for following too closely.

If you have been hurt in a car accident in Kenosha, do not hesitate to seek legal advice from our attorneys at Habush Habush & Rottier S.C.. Speak with a member of our legal team today by calling our offices (262) 652-4900.

Three dead, one critically injured after two-vehicular accident

An auto accident that involved two vehicles and occurred at around 4:30 p.m. on Thursday, December 31 near the intersection of Highways NN and 96 in Green Bay, Wisconsin has resulted in the deaths of three people. According to reports, a car lost control and veered into the path of an oncoming van. The two vehicles collided, causing the van to catch fire.

An off-duty Brown County police deputy lives near the scene of the collision and was able to respond quickly and extract a man and a woman from the van. The 63-year-old man succumbed to his injuries at the hospital he was rushed to right after the accident, while his 59-year-old wife is still being treated for her critical injuries.

In the other vehicle were two men from De Pere, who were 21 and 22 years old. Neither of the young men survived the collision. The victims were not identified publicly prior to the notification of their families.

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