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Automobile accidents

Many people are injured every year in automobile accidents. Every driver is obligated to operate their vehicle in accordance with applicable laws and with a reasonable degree of care. Whether a collision causes serious property damage or is a fender-bender, significant injuries can result. If you have been involved in an automobile accident, either as a driver or a passenger, and have sustained injuries, you may have questions regarding insurance coverage and available benefits. You may also have questions regarding possible claims for physical, financial and emotional losses sustained as a result of the accident. We are here to help you with these questions.

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Motorcycle accidents

Operators and passengers of motorcycles are particularly vulnerable to injury in the event of an accident. Due to the exposure to dangers not met by other drivers, statistics show that, in the event of a collision, death or serious injury is much more common among motorcycle operators than among other motorists. Insurance issues may differ from those that apply to other types of motor vehicles. In order to protect your rights if you are injured in a motorcycle accident, it is important that you consult with an attorney who can explain the legal issues involved and the potential claims available to you.

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Boating accidents

Boating accidents are oftentimes the result of carelessness on the part of a boat operator. If you are injured as a result of such carelessness, there are claims that you can bring to recover compensation for losses associated with your injuries. Insurance issues will differ for persons injured in boating accidents, as compared to automobile accidents, and we will help you understand the different issues involved. We will also work with you to determine the claims that can be brought and bring resolution to those claims in an efficient, caring and effective manner.

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Dog bite injuries

Pet owners have a responsibility to adequately maintain and control their pets for the safety of others. Animals are unpredictable and unexpected aggressive behavior can sometimes occur resulting in injuries to unsuspecting victims. With few exceptions, persons who are injured as a result of an animal bite or attack are entitled to compensation for the resulting emotional and physical trauma. If you have been bitten or otherwise injured by a domestic animal, we’d be happy to speak to you about the rights and remedies available to you when that unfortunate event occurs.

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Workers’ Compensation

Regardless of your line of work, on-the-job injuries can and do occur. When you are injured while working, your medical expenses, wage loss and rehabilitation benefits are administered in accordance with Minnesota’s extensive Workers’ Compensation laws. Our lawyers, who have extensive experience representing injured workers, can assist you in understanding and obtaining the benefits to which you are entitled.

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Defective (or dangerous) products injuries

Claims that arise due to a defective or dangerous product are called “product liability” claims. Liability lies when a product is defective, the defect has made the product unreasonably dangerous to the consumer, and injury has resulted. Several types of defects can make a product unreasonably dangerous. These include defects in design, manufacturing, marketing, improper labeling and inadequate warnings. Product liability claims can be very complex and costly to pursue. Experts in engineering, safety, manufacturing, etc. will likely be needed to assist in the determination of the appropriate theories of liability. It is important that you consult with an attorney to fully evaluate your case so that your right to recovery is protected.

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Drunk driver (or dram shop) cases

In certain circumstances, a drunk driver will be involved in an accident after having been illegally served alcoholic beverages by a licensed vendor (“dram shop”). Minnesota has established laws that provide remedies for certain losses attributable to illegal acts relating to the serving of alcohol, such as serving a person when they are “obviously intoxicated” or when they are a minor. If you have been involved in an accident in which you suspect alcohol was a contributing factor, we can discuss with you whether Minnesota’s dram shop laws apply to your situation and what should be done to preserve your rights. A shortened time limit applies to dram shop claims in Minnesota, so it is important to consult with an attorney as soon as possible.

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Slip and fall injuries

If you are injured as the result of a slip and fall that occurs on someone else’s property, a claim for compensation may be available to you. Minnesota law generally requires that a property owner use reasonable care to protect people from unreasonable risk of harm caused by the condition of the premises. Hazardous conditions that can give rise to a claim include an accumulation of ice and snow, undesignated mopping of floors, spilled liquids, overwaxed walking surfaces, etc. The attorneys in our office can identify whether the circumstances that have resulted in your injury are such that a successful claim can be brought.

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Dangerous premises injuries

Property owners are obligated to keep their premises in a condition suitable to receive visitors. If an incident occurs on premises that are unreasonably dangerous or inhospitable, and an injury results, then a claim for damages may arise. There are a variety of factors that must be considered before a determination can be made regarding the potential success of a claim against the property owner. Our office has attorneys experienced with these types of cases who can properly advise you on your rights as an entrant and the responsibilities owed by the property owner.

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Medical malpractice

Medical malpractice occurs when a patient is harmed or damaged due to the negligent act or omission of a medical provider. A medical malpractice claim can be brought against a medical professional or a facility in which harm or damage arose. Errors in diagnosis, treatment or illness management can give rise to a claim. The laws designed to protect patients’ rights are complex and vary state by state. If you feel that you have been harmed by the negligence of a medical provider it is important that you investigate your rights promptly as a shortened time limit applies for bringing a claim.

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Wrongful death

When someone dies due to the wrongful or negligent acts of another, the next-of-kin of the deceased have a right to bring a claim against the negligent party. The family can seek compensation for the loss of advice, comfort, assistance, protection and financial support that the loved one would have provided in future years. A claim for wrongful death can arise out of many different circumstances including motor vehicle collisions, premises accidents, construction site accidents, etc. If you have suffered the loss of a family member as a result of someone else’s negligent conduct, our attorneys can work with you to secure justice and fair compensation for those who are left behind.

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Construction accidents

Contractors involved in construction projects generally have obligations to those who enter onto the property as guests, trespassers, their own employees or employees of other contractors. There are many variables that must be considered in determining the nature and extent of a contractor’s responsibility for injuries that occur on construction sites. Our attorneys have extensive experience in dealing with construction-related accidents and injuries. If you have been injured or a loved one has died as the result of a construction site accident, our office will provide a thorough investigation of the incident, identify all potential sources of compensation for your loss and will pursue all available claims to successful resolution.

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