MN CAR ACCIDENT ATTORNEY – POLICE OFFICER INJURED IN IN CRASH
Fox News recently reported that “A Ramsey County Sheriff’s deputy was injured in a crash in Arden Hills, Minnesota late Wednesday night, according to the Ramsey County Deputies’ Federation.”
A deputy suffered serious injuries in the crash, including a bruised lung, fractured ribs and a possible head injury. The union states the deputy’s squad was hit broadside by a fleeing stolen vehicle. Deputies say the suspect, who was also transported to the hospital, was wanted on a warrant for fleeing police in a motor vehicle and has a “lengthy criminal history.”
CAR ACCIDENT LAWYER MN – COMPENSATION FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER INJURED
Any police officer, sheriff’s deputy, State Patrol trooper, or other law enforcement, will receive workers compensation benefits if injured in a car accident while on the job. However, if the crash was another driver’s fault, the officer may also be entitled to additional compensation from the auto insurance for the vehicle that caused the accident, and possibly even the officer’s personal auto insurance as well. Workers compensation does not provide full compensation after an on duty crash, but you can get the rest from the other driver’s auto insurance. If you are a law enforcement officer who has been injured in a car crash where the other driver was at fault, call us and speak with a top MN lawyer for a free consultation. We will answer your questions and make sure you are fully compensated.