Slip and Fall in Minnesota

Slip and Fall in Minnesota

Introduction Minnesota is known for its many unique statewide features. It’s the land of 10,000 lakes. It’s great for fishing and cruising on your boat. Minnesota has the second largest state fair in the country and produces corn and soybeans at a...
Father’s Day Traffic Collisions

Father’s Day Traffic Collisions

Last weekend Minnesota saw an unfortunate spike in car accidents. The Father’s Day traffic collisions caused the highest traffic deaths in a single weekend since October 2016. The Minnesota Department of Public Safety says that 11 people were killed in eight...
Common Vehicular Injuries

Common Vehicular Injuries

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), more than three million people are injured each year in vehicle accidents across the country. The different injuries resulting from a car, truck, or motorcycle accident can be as varied as the...
Wrongful Death Laws in Minnesota

Wrongful Death Laws in Minnesota

For many years Wrongful Death Laws in Minnesota, as in most states, were that if someone was killed by the negligence of another person, the deceased’s claims for damages would die with them. Times changed however, and the legislature recognized the fundamental...
Safest Car Models

Safest Car Models

Despite cars being built with new features claiming to make them safer and more efficient, car accidents still occur. Hydroplaning, faulty engineering, issues with the manufacturing, unsafe and inattentive driving, road and weather conditions, and other reasons are...
When No-Fault Coverage is Applicable

When No-Fault Coverage is Applicable

There are many factors that go into a claim after an accident. How do you know when no-fault coverage is applicable?Minnesota law requires that all owners of a motor vehicle carry basic minimum insurance, including No-Fault coverage—also known as personal injury...
Winter Essentials For Your Car

Winter Essentials For Your Car

Cars, like all machines, are not guaranteed to work 100% of the time. Batteries die, tire tread wears, and, ultimately, engines fail. The risk of failure is even more increased during the winter months with snow, ice, and frigid temperatures being the norm. You can...