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Three-vehicle accident injures two; at-fault driver flees

Most motor vehicle accidents are confusing because the incident happens in only a few seconds, and witnesses are not always able to order their observations and memories before they are interviewed by police. This confusion increases significantly in crashes involving...

Filing a wrongful death claim after a Minnesota car accident

Losing a loved one in a car accident may be one of the most difficult things you ever have to go through. Sometimes, the worst part is knowing that your loved one would still be alive today if it weren’t for the negligent or irresponsible actions of another party. If...

What is the timeline of a personal injury lawsuit?

A personal injury accident like a slip-and-fall incident or a motor vehicle crash can be devastating for a Minnesota resident and their family. Their injuries may be serious and painful, and their limitations may keep them from doing their job. In no time, they may...

3 surprising statistics about ambulance accidents

As drivers, most of us our extremely careful around ambulances. When those lights go on, we know that we’re supposed to pull over, safely out of the way, so the ambulance can handle emergencies. We also assume that ambulance drivers are well-trained to not take...

Dog bites can have serious consequences

It might be hard to resist letting a friend or neighbor pet a dog’s floppy ears, fluffy paws or wagging tail. In Minnesota, however, a dog’s owner can face serious consequences if their dog bites someone. Minnesota law states that if a dog, without provocation,...

What you do after a car crash is important

The odds are that the average motorist in this country will be in a crash of some severity about once every 10 years. For your safety and to protect your right to file a personal injury lawsuit, you should know what to do after a vehicle accident. Before Prepare to...

The dangers of distracted driving in Minnesota

The daylight savings time change has come and gone, and Minnesota drivers are now commuting home in progressively darker conditions. Darkness can present dangers to drivers when obscured roads and tired eyes fail to focus on roadway hazards. However, a lack of light...

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