Mora Personal Injury Attorney

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Experience

For more than 30 years, the attorneys at Nelson Personal Injury have been representing clients throughout Mora who have suffered a serious personal injury, the wrongful death of a loved one, or were victims of medical malpractice. Since 1992, Timothy W. Nelson has been certified as a Civil Trial Specialist by the Minnesota State Bar Association. Less than 3% of all attorneys in Minnesota are certified as Civil Trial Specialists.

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Integrity

We are dedicated to providing unsurpassed legal representation to victims of personal injury or wrongful death in Mora. We strive to enhance the lives of our clients through outstanding personal service, innovation and technology, professional integrity, and the dedicated application of our experience and expertise in the area of personal injury law. That’s why it’s always satisfying to get referrals from some of the most important people we know… our clients.

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Results

We recognize that the process of getting fair compensation for an injury or death can be complicated and confusing. That’s why our lawyers take the time to explain every important aspect of your claim to make sure you have a complete understanding of what we are doing…and more importantly, why we are doing it. We have collected millions of dollars for thousands of Minnesotans who have been injured by the fault of another in the following types of claims:

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Office Address: Northwest Professional Center 2351 Connecticut Ave., Suite 130 Sartell, MN 56377 Mailing Address: PO Box 2388 St. Cloud, MN 56302 Phone: (320) 252-1200 (800) 497-8888 Fax: (888) 311-5668 Email: email@nelsonpersonalinjury.com

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A free consultation with one of our experienced attorneys is available at a time and place convenient for you.  Call 320.252.1200 | 800.497.8888 now, or complete the form and we will promptly respond. 

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