Rhinelander Accident Results in Injury

Posted by Bremer & Trollop |
Friday, July 28th, 2017

On Wednesday Oneida County deputies responded to a two-vehicle crash on State Highway 17, just south of Boyce Drive. A Toyota SUV rear-ended another vehicle then struck that vehicle's door before ending up in a ditch. The occupant of the other vehicle was transported to Ministry St. Mary's Hospital with injuries. The driver of the Toyota was issued a citation for inattentive driving.

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Inattentive driving is a common cause of rearend collisions.  People injured in rearend collisions might think they do not need the assistance of an attorney because liability should be clear.  However, even in accidents where liability appears to be uncontested, injured victims need representation from an attorney that focuses entirely on representing people injured in accidents.  Bremer & Trollop Law Offices is experienced handling Rhinelander accident cases and has an office in Minocqua, as well as Antigo, Wausau, Stevens Point and Marshfield. Call Bremer & Trollop for a free consultation at 715-849-3200 if you have been injured in an accident.