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What is comparative negligence in a Wisconsin pedestrian accident case?

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In Wisconsin the law requires that the negligence of the people involved in an accident be compared. It can be anywhere from 100% the fault of a particular driver or the negligence can be shared between the driver and the pedestrian involved in the accident.

     

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