MAPLE GROVE CAR OR PLYMOUTH MN CAR ACCIDENT LAWYERS
Our experienced attorneys have represented many people injured in an car accident in Plymouth MN and Maple Grove. If you are in an auto crash in Minnesota, and your vehicle is damaged because of the other driver’s fault, the other driver’s insurance will pay for the damage to (or replace if totaled) your vehicle if they agree that their driver was at fault in causing the accident. Our top auto accident lawyers have seen many cases of rear-end car accidents in Plymouth and Maple Grove along Highways 494 and 55, and especially Highway 694. Usually, in those situations the insurance for the at fault driver will admit their driver’s fault and at least pay for the property damage.
Unfortunately, sometimes in other crashes, especially intersection crashed, the other driver or the driver’s insurance company won’t admit the car crash was his or her fault and refuse to pay or, even worse, the other driver has no insurance. In those cases you will have to submit the vehicle damage claim to YOUR insurance company if you have collision coverage, i.e. not just liability. Your insurance company will pay to fix or replace your car, but they will subtract the amount of your deductible. Once your insurance company pays to fix or replace your car, they will try to get their money back from the other driver’s insurance or from the other driver if he was uninsured. If your insurance company is able to get money from the other driver or his insurer (such as through an intercompany arbitration process), they will pay you back your deductible at the same time. Our best lawyers have helped many people involved in a car accident in Maple Grove MN and Plymouth, and other cities throughout Minnesota resulting in serious injury, including brain injuries.
If you are INJURED in a car crash in Minnesota, you are entitled to No-Fault Benefits to help pay for your medical bills and lost wages. Our car accident lawyers represent people in Maple Grove MN, Plymouth MN and in cities throughout the state. When you call and talk to an auto accident attorney from our office, we will explain the No-Fault system to you and also advise you about your vehicle damage. Our lawyers’ primary focus is to get you fair and complete compensation for your injuries.
If you have been injured in a car accident in Plymouth or Maple Grove, or any other city in the Minnesota, you should call and speak with a top lawyer at our office as soon as possible so that we can investigate your case and advise you of your rights. Investigation is often crucial in an auto accident case, and especially when a truck is involved or the car accident happens at an intersection. We are personal injury lawyers handling car accident cases in Maple Grove, Plymouth, and throughout MN. Our car accident attorneys have successfully handled hundreds of car accident cases over the last 25 years. A lawyer will provide you with a free initial consultation, and we only ever charge based on a percentage of the compensation you receive. If you have questions about getting repaid for the damage to your car, or your deductible, you can call us for a free consultation even if you are not injured.
Pam Rochlin is one of Minnesota’s few women personal injury Super Lawyers, was the 2015 president of Minnesota Women Lawyers Association, and she was formerly a partner at Meshbesher and Spence. We provide big firm experience and small firm personal attention to our clients. Call us to discuss your Plymouth or Maple Grove car accident with an attorney at our nearby offices in St. Louis Park, Minneapolis, and Edina. A car accident lawyer will also come to your home to discuss your potential case in many surrounding cities including Plymouth, Maple Grove MN, Rogers, Albertville, St. Cloud, Brooklyn Park, Brooklyn Center, Golden Valley, Minneapolis, etc. Our Minnesota injury lawyers handle all kinds of auto accident cases including accidents at intersections, rear end accidents, running a red light or stop sign, sliding on ice, etc. We will provide you with a free initial consultation, and we never charge anything unless you receive compensation for your injuries. You can contact us by phone or email using the contact information on the web site.