CAR ACCIDENT LAWYERS
Heavy snow impacted roads in southern Minnesota Friday morning. There were multiple vehicle spinouts, crashes and jackknifed semis. A snowstorm passed through the state Thursday night into Friday morning, with totals coming in higher than expected.
Some parts near the Minnesota-Iowa border were expected to see up to 6 inches. However, there are localized reports of 8 inches and more in some areas. Most of the roads south of the Twin Cities were covered or partially covered with snow during the 8 a.m. hour, according to the Minnesota Department of Transportation. That includes major roads such as I-35, I-90, and Hwy. 169. A jackknifed semi could be seen on Interstate 35 in the southbound lanes, just north of Faribault. Another was reported near the Minnesota-Iowa border. Not surprisingly, the Minnesota Department of Transportation advised drivers to “slow down” when driving in the southern part of the state.
CAR INJURY ATTORNEYS MN
Our car accident lawyers are among the best in Minnesota. We have represented hundreds of people injured in crashes. Our primary focus is to make sure you get all the compensation you are entitled to. This includes medical bills, lost wages, future needs, and more.
When you call our office, you will speak directly with one of our top car accident lawyers. An experienced attorney will take the time to answer your questions and explain your rights. You can meet with us at our offices in Minneapolis, St. Paul, Woodbury, or Edina. However, a car accident attorney will also come to your home anywhere in Minnesota.
Surprisingly few serious injury cases occur on slippery roads. But it does happen. Being on an icy road is not an excuse for an accident. When the roads are icy, drivers must be more careful. The cases our car accident lawyers handle always involve driver distraction or inattention. It just takes a moment of inattention to cause a life-changing crash. If you have been injured in a car accident, call us for a free initial consultation.
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