Welcome to Hannula & Halom, AttorneysSuperior Wisconsin Personal Injury,
What services are provided?
Chris Jensen is a skilled nursing home providing 24 hour care. We employ over 250 staff members in our short term rehab, long term care area and memory care neighborhoods. We offer social services, physical therapy, speech therapy, occupational therapy, dietary services and social recreational therapies.
How do I choose a rehabilitation facility?
Finding a place for a family member after a hospitalization, injury or illness can be a difficult task. They may be unable to live independently and require inpatient care in the short or long term. The most important thing to do is take a tour of the facility. Ask questions of the staff and Admissions Coordinator and be sure to address any special needs. We suggest you tour more than one place to find the best one for you.
From Cartier Agency
How can I save money on my auto insurance premiums?
By getting your defensive drivers certificate, you not only become a more attentive driver, you will also receive a discount on your insurance premium. Another way to save money on your annual auto premiums is to look at raising your deductibles on comprehensive and collision coverage. The higher the deductible means the lower the premium. Again, insuring your home and auto together with one company will save you money on your annual insurance premiums” multi-policy discount.
From Kari Toyota
Do you need to replace hybrid batteries?
Your hybrid battery pack should last for the lifetime of the vehicle, considered between 150 and 200 thousand miles, and may last even longer. Hybrid-related components for Toyota hybrid vehicles are covered for 8 years/100,000 miles. The HV battery may have longer coverage under emissions warranty. Plus, when it’s time to dispose of the battery, nickel metal hydride batteries are benign and can be fully recycled, posing no toxic hazards to the environment.
What if I can't go back to work or my employer fires me or won't take me back after I have healed?
If your doctor says your injury has caused permanent restrictions (like restrictions on lifting, bending or standing), then you receive additional benefits based on the amount of disability the doctor states. If your employer has a job within those permanent restrictions, it must offer that job to you or be subject to a penalty. But if there is no work within your restrictions, the employer does not have to take you back. You may also be entitled to more benefits because you cannot go back to your job or you may get retraining benefits to send you back to school so that you can get a job that pays as much as the job you lost.