DRIVING ON SLIPPERY ROADS WITH BIG STORM COMING
The weather service is predicting up to 24 inches of snow within the next two days. That is more snow at one time than Minnesota has seen in many years. In fact, the traffic warning is that the roads will be impassable. In other words, people shouldn’t be driving at all. We’ll see if this storm is really as bad as predicted. However, in the meantime, everyone should try to remember to be very cautious if you are driving. The Minnesota State Patrol posted a safe-driving reminder today. We thought we should repost it here.
Our car accident lawyers frequently handle crashes “caused” by an icy road. Of course, the truth is that crashes are mostly not caused by a slippery road. Most crashes are caused by bad driving. Usually, driving too fast for road conditions. In other words, most of these accidents are preventable. That means the car damage and injuries are also preventable.
CAR ACCIDENT INJURY LAWYERS
If you are injured in a car accident, call us for a free consultation. Our lawyers have 25 years’ experience representing people throughout Minnesota. A top attorney will answer your questions and explain your rights. Pam Rochlin has been repeatedly been voted a MN Super Lawyer. Our primary focus is to make sure you receive the auto insurance compensation you are entitled to. As a starting point, we begin with medical bills and reimbursing wage loss. However, we also pursue pain and suffering and future needs.
You can meet a lawyer at our offices in Edina, Minneapolis or Woodbury. In addition, we make house calls throughout Minnesota. Our lawyers represent drivers or passengers. The insurance issues can be confusing. In particular, which insurance company pays medical bills and what does “No-Fault” mean. The initial consultation is free. We will answer all your questions and protect your rights. In addition, we never charge anything until you receive compensation.