Community Newsletter: Society’s Assets | Faith & Community

White Cane Awareness Day

Since Oct. 15, 1964, White Cane Awareness Day has been recognized in the United States. That’s when traffic laws were developed that require motorists and cyclists to be attentive to pedestrians that travel using white canes. The white cane allows Americans with blindness or visual impairments to move freely and safely in the community.

Wisconsin Statute 346.26 requires that when a driver approaches a pedestrian utilizing an all-white or red-trimmed white cane or a dog guide, the driver must stop before approaching within 10 feet of the pedestrian. This law eliminates the obstacle of travel risks while navigating traffic for people with visual impairments or blindness and increases their confidence for independent travel within the community.

Leading up to Oct. 15, Society’s Assets is sharing the stories of area residents as they are out and about in their neighborhoods, shopping areas, schools and work sites. Check

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Bad Faith Insurance Claim Lawyers With No Fee If No Recovery


When you call The Voss Law Firm, P.C., you will see that we’re here to help you. That’s our purpose, drive, and passion – helping real clients solve real problems. Everyday. We take cases on a contingency fee basis. That means if we can’t get you a recovery, you pay us nothing. We start off by listening to you, learning about your case, and answering any questions you might have.

Do you have an insurance claim that is older than 90 days?  Your claim should be paid within 90 days – this gives the insurance carrier ample time to properly inspect and adjust your loss.  If it has been more than 90 days from the date you filed your claim and you have not been paid, you should call today to take advantage of our FREE, no obligation consultation – know your rights!  Don’t get taken advantage of by the

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