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Malfunctions May Lead To Tragic Loose Wheel Accidents

A tire separating from an oncoming vehicle is a potentially lethal projectile that requires immediate evasive action on the part of anyone in its path. Inevitably, a motorist is shocked to see a loose wheel careening at their vehicle. When tire separations happen on freeways, the combined speed of the approaching wheel and a vehicle… Read more »

7 Things You Need to Do After a Car Crash

Being involved in a car crash is never fun. If it does happen, though, it’s important to know the steps you need to take. Here are eight things you need to do after a car accident. Stay at the Scene You need to stay at the scene of the accident; it’s the law. Make sure that… Read more »

Minnesota Car Accidents: Understanding the Laws

Car accidents are one of the most common types of personal injury claims in Minnesota. If you’ve gotten in an accident recently, you’re not alone. And it’s not just Minnesota: every year, tens of millions of people around the world are hurt by cars, trucks and other vehicles. Depending on where you live, you may… Read more »

Car Accident Settlement? Know the Law

Getting in a car accident is no fun for anyone involved, but it’s a fairly common occurrence in the developed world. In fact, nearly 20 to 50 million people globally get hurt in car accidents every year. Sadly, many of the people who get in car accidents never get help with medical expenses, but as… Read more »

Recovering Damages for a Facet Joint Injury in a Minnesota Personal Injury Case

Your spine has 33 separate vertebral bones. The “facet joints” between those bones make it possible for you to bend and twist your back and neck while still providing support for your torso and body. When you suffer a facet joint injury, you can experience lingering and debilitating pain and your quality of life will almost… Read more »

You Got In An Accident With An Underinsured Motorist. Now What?

Getting in a car accident is always a hassle, but what happens when you (or your car) gets hurt, and it turns out the perpetrators has no liability coverage? Do you have to walk away and try to fight a (possibly indigent) person in court, and get a useless judgement against them?  In Minnesota, the… Read more »