Car Accident Lawyer
The majority of our injured families have been involved in car accidents. Whether in Minnesota or Wisconsin, our car accident injury lawyer and team work alongside our car accident clients to help them through this difficult time.
While helping get the medical bills paid, our car accident injury team investigates the cause of the accident. We find and speak with witnesses, obtain police reports, photographs, and measurements that may be the difference between winning and losing your car accident case at trial.
As our families heal from their personal injuries from the car accident, we review their medical charts and speak with their doctors to better understand the scope of their injuries. Only after we have fully prepared the case do we sit down with our clients to discuss the value of their case and begin negotiating with the insurance companies.
We assist our clients by coordinating any medical payment or “med pay benefits” they may have purchased from their automobile carrier. Often times, these benefits will not cover the full expense of car accident-related bills, so we assist out clients with application for private or public health insurance benefits which may include state funds for the victims of a crime. or both Minnesota and Wisconsin there are subtle but important differences between how car accident cases are handled in each state.
Minnesota Car Accident
We carefully help our car accident clients injured in Minnesota apply for and receive their Minnesota No-Fault Benefits. In Minnesota, a person injured in a car wreck receives up to $20,000.00 of medical benefits and up to $20,000.00 in wage loss benefits. Give us a call and we’ll send you a free brochure explaining these and other important no-fault benefits.
Wisconsin Car Accident
We assist our Wisconsin auto accident clients by coordinating any medical payment or “med pay benefits” they may have purchased from their automobile carrier. Unfortunately, these benefits won’t always cover accident-related bills, so we assist our clients with applications for private or public health insurance benefits which may include state funds for the victims of a crime.