Do I Have to Sue For Accident Injury Lawyers MN


Injured in Accident Questions
Injured in Accident Questions

Do you have to sue after being injured in an accident? The answer is no.

There are people who do not want to get involved with an injury lawsuit. Fortunately, there is no requirement that you do so. Of course, you will get some pressure to pursue a case. To start with, if your injury is serious, your friends and family will recommend you hire a lawyer.  You will also get solicitations in the mail from lawyers who buy accident reports.

In addition, you will receive letters from your health insurance or workers compensation implying that you have to start a lawsuit. They may also imply that they will not pay your medical bills because you can sue another party. However, this is not true. Your health insurance is required to pay your medical bills even if you have a potential case against another party.

Of course, in many situations it is in your best interests to pursue a case. You may have substantial medical bills, lost wages, or future needs. If the accident was caused by another party, they should pay for the damage they have done. You should not get stuck even with co-pays or deductible. Our personal injury lawyers have handled more than 1,000 cases over the last 25 years. If you call us, a top attorney will provide a free consultation to discuss the situation with you.


The paperwork and other issues after an injury accident can be overwhelming. That alone can be reason to avoid dealing with the situation. However, our lawyers are experienced and compansionate in helping people get through this difficult situation. If you are not sure about hiring a lawyer, at least call us to talk it through.  We do not pressure people to pursue a case. In fact, we will even tell you if it is not worth pursuing a case.

Pam Rochlin and David Rochlin are experienced injury lawyers. We handle accident cases throughout Minnesota. The initial consultation is free, and there will be no pressure to take your case further. Also, if you do decide to move forward, there is no upfront fee, and we always only charge a percentage of what we recover for you.