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Personal Injury

What is personal injury, anyway? Personal injury is a legal term used when a person dies or is injured by someone else's unreasonable and intentional conduct. Personal injury effects entire families; wages are lost, medical bills pile up, often insurance companies delay payments or don't pay at all, plus household bills still need to be paid.

People harmed by such harmed by such conduct are able to recover money for the death, injury, lost wages, loss of companionship, and past and future medical bills.

  • Accidents: Car, Truck, Bus, Motorcycle, Boats
  • Wrongful Death
  • Construction Accidents
  • Brain Injuries
  • Burn Injuries
  • Spinal Cord Injuries
  • Dog Bites

TIME IS OF THE ESSENSE. Minnesota, like all states, has a law called the Statutes of Limitations. This law requires lawsuits to begin within a certain period of time from the negligent treatment or death. Each case is different and it is crucial that you contact an attorney immediately to find out when the Statue of Limitations will expire. Do not hesitate.