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Personal Injury
Couple Of Tourists on Vacation. Woman holds map and Points as Man narrowly escapes getting personal injury from woman.
Injured on Vacation? Injuries to Tourists Can Lead to Complications When it comes to personal injuries, the law that applies to an accident is typically local. Minnesota law applies to an accident in Minnesota in most cases, regardless of where the parties come from. If you are injured on vacation, that can make things difficult....
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If You’ve Been Injured, You’ve Probably Heard the Word “Tort.” What Exactly Does That Mean? Over the years, we’ve helped many Minnesotans who have been seriously injured due to the carelessness of others. Specifically, we’ve helped clients recover compensation from insurance companies and through personal injury lawsuits. That’s where the phrase “personal injury lawyer” comes...
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Road Accident With Injury to Cyclist And Car
Are Bodily Injury and Personal Injury the Same Thing? If you’ve been hurt in a Minnesota auto accident, a slip-and-fall or some other scenario, you’re probably reading or hearing the phrases “personal injury” and “bodily injury.” Those phrases sound like they should be interchangeable, but they do mean different things.  One way to keep the...
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If a dog has attacked you, you know the pain and fear that can remain, long after the wounds have healed. In Minnesota, dog bite victims are protected by the Minnesota dog bite law. Because these laws vary from state to state, it’s essential to know just what the law allows and requires you to...
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Woman With Umbrella Walking In Snow
The holidays are a wonderful time of fun and family. Unfortunately, they’re also known as a common time of the year for personal injuries due to a wide range of factors. The good news is, with some tips, you can avoid personal injury claims this season. 3 Common Holiday Personal Injury Claims & How to...
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Shoe About to Slip on Banana
Slip-and-fall accidents account for over 1 million emergency visits each year, according to the NFSI. Unfortunately, slip-and-falls typically occur unexpectedly. It’s up to you to understand the next steps you should take if you should experience a fall. What Should You Do After a Slip-and-Fall Accident? After a slip-and-fall accident, there are some necessary steps...
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Man Upset with Wrecked Car in Background
Each year, an average of 6 million car accidents occur in the United States. Some of these accidents result in at-fault drivers claiming a sudden medical emergency as the cause. In Minnesota, the emergency situation doctrine helps define liability for these specific cases. What Is a Sudden Medical Emergency Claim? A sudden medical emergency is...
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Couple Resting On The Beach On A Summer Day
The upcoming summer months are filled with adventure as many families and individuals plan to travel. Whether you’re day tripping across your home state’s border or traveling across the country, it’s important to be aware of the risk of personal injury. Should you suffer an injury while in another state, there are a few things...
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During a personal injury case, going to trial isn’t your only option to get compensation for your injuries. Another option is mediation, a process commonly used to reach a settlement between two parties without ever needing to step foot in a courtroom. What Is Mediation? Mediation is a process that involves the assistance of a...
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Snow Covered Open Road During A Winter Snowstorm
With winter in full effect in Minnesota, it’s important to know how to stay safe and injury–free during snowy and icy conditions. Inclement weather brings with it spikes in hospital visits and sidewalk–related injuries. A few simple precautions against slip-and-fall injuries can keep you upright and out of the ER. Pace Yourself After the snow...
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