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Minneapolis Car Accident Personal Injury Attorney

Car Accident

Injured in a Car Accident?

Being severely injured in a car accident is devastating. Knowing where to turn when you are in pain and worried about the future can be overwhelming. Although our cars are becoming structurally safer, things like distracted driving are still playing an unfortunate role in Minnesota car crash injuries and deaths.

First Five Steps You Should Take if You Have Been Injured in a Car Accident

  1. Call the police, and make sure you gather the at-fault driver's information, including name, contact information, and insurance policy information
  2. Seek emergency medical attention
  3. Photograph your injuries both immediately and throughout the healing process
  4. Contact an experienced auto accident attorney
  5. Keep a journal to record your pain as you heal, so you can recall this later

You Need a Powerful Legal Voice

No one can turn back the hands of time and undo what you have been through. What you can do is have an invested team of attorneys fighting to get you the compensation you deserve.

How We Can Help You

We are trusted personal injury attorneys and have 40+ years of combined legal experience and a proven track record of representing car accident victims in Minnesota. We also help people like you with a level of personal investment that most firms cannot match. Here are 5 reasons to speak to us if you've been injured in a car crash in Minnesota:

  • We listen – Our personal attention uncovers key details others miss
  • We are tough – We doggedly pursue the best result and aren't afraid to take on big insurance companies
  • We are experienced and trusted – We have 40+ years of combined legal expertise and a proven track record of success
  • We use a team approach – We collaborate to strategize a winning solution
  • We are accessible – Your attorney is always easy to reach

Frequently Asked Questions

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What are the first things I should I do if I am in a car, truck or other motor vehicle accident?
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What are the possible insurance claims a victim has following an automobile or truck accident?
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What is a no-fault claim?
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Who will cover my medical expenses after my car accident?
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Will No Fault Insurance cover my lost wages?
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What kind of financial help can I get if my loved one was killed in a car crash?
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Can No-fault insurance stop paying me?
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What is no-fault stacking coverage and should I make sure I have it?
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What types of crashes are not covered under the no-fault act?
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What is a bodily injury claim?
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What are “tort thresholds” and why must my claim reach them before I can sue the at-fault driver?
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What is the value of my bodily injury (“liability”) claim?
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Will I be able to be compensated if the at-fault driver has no or a very low amount of auto insurance?
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After an accident, who pays for repairs to my vehicle?
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If my automobile is repairable what obligation does the insurance company have to make repairs?
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How is the value of my car determined?
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What if my vehicle is a total loss?
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What happens if my car is totaled and I owe more on my car loan than the insurance company will pay me?
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What steps must the insurance company take in covering the cost of my totaled vehicle?
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If I put a lot of money into repairing the vehicle before the accident, will I get reimbursement?
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Will the at-fault driver’s insurance company pay my deductible for property damage to my vehicle?
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If my automobile is considered a total loss, will I be reimbursed for any of the fees I have paid the state for the ownership of my car?
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What if some of my personal property was damaged in the crash?
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Will I get a rental car while mine is being repaired?
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If my car is considered a total loss, will I be reimbursed for any of the fees I have paid the state for the ownership of my car?
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What if the insurance company refuses to pay me for the damage to my automobile?
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What if my car is damaged, but no one was harmed?

Free Resources

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What is My Case Worth
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No Fault Wage Loss
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No Fault Termination of Benefits
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No Fault Survivor Benefits
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No Fault Replacement Services
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No Fault Medical Coverage
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Common Law vs. Statutory Law
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Anatomy of a Lawsuit
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The Role of the Plaintiff's Trial Lawyer