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Minong, WI – Man Shot in Torso on Opening Day of Hunting Season

Minong, WI (November 25, 2019) – At approximately 11:00 a.m. on Sunday, November 24th a hunter was walking away from his deer stand near E. Sleepy Eye Road. 

At approximately the same time as he was leaving his deer stand, he noticed two other hunters in the area and then heard a shot. Moments later, he realized he had been hit. The area he was hunting in bordered CCC Road, and Nancy Lake Road and East Sleepy Road

The man collapsed on the ground but not before he managed to make a call to 911. He received emergency treatment for his injuries and is expected to make a full recovery. 

Our thoughts are with the injured hunter at this time.

Hunting Accidents in Wisconsin

Hunting is a necessary part of life for a lot of people, and an enjoyable recreational sport for many others. Regrettably, hunting is an activity that is also fraught with peril. As a matter of fact, based on data published by the National Shooting Sports Foundation, there were a total of 8,122 injuries caused by hunting accidents in the United States last year alone. That equals out to 50 injuries for every 100,000 people related to hunting accidents.

The majority of victims of hunting accidents are hunters themselves, however, non-hunters are also just as vulnerable to these mishaps.

If you or someone you love has been injured as the result of a hunting accident, you may be entitled to receive compensation for medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, and other damages stemming from the accident. Securing dependable legal counsel from Monsees & Mayer P.C. will give your claim its best shot and seeing a successful outcome.

The hunting accident attorneys at Monsees & Mayer P.C. have extensive experience in handling hunting accident claims. We recognize the importance of taking basic precautions to prevent injuries to other people. If an injury or fatality should take place, we work diligently to make sure that the victim and their family obtain the financial compensation they are entitled to. 

If you would like to speak with one of our personal injury attorneys regarding an injury you sustained during a hunting accident,  call our Kansas City office at (816) 361-5555 today.

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