Injured In Taxi Car Accident Lawyers MN

PASSENGER INJURED IN TAXI CAB CAR ACCIDENT – MINNESOTA LAWYERS

Taxi Cab Accident Injury Lawyers MN

Our lawyers have spent the last 25 years representing people injured in car crashes throughout Minnesota, including people who are a passenger in a taxi cab.  In one case, our client was a passenger in a taxi driven on a city street. She had just gotten off of work and decided to take a taxi home. After picking her up, the taxi headed westbound on Golden Valley Road near the intersection of Russel Avenue north. The driver of the other vehicle was headed east on the same road. As both vehicles approached the intersection the light for each of them was green.  As both vehicles entered the intersection, the oncoming car made a left hand turn crossing in front of the taxi. Unfortunately, the taxi driver did not react in time and the two vehicles collided. Our client has stated to us that she believes the taxi was driving too fast and should have been able to avoid the crash or at least lessen the impact if it had been driving slower and applied its brakes before the collision. Our assessment of fault in the collision is 80% to the oncoming car for failure to yield, and 20% to the taxi driver for driving too fast and not avoiding the collision.

Our top car accident lawyers have sued several taxi companies because of the negligence of their driver.  Our primary focus is to make sure our injured client is fully compensated for medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering. If you have been injured in an auto accident while riding in a taxi, call us and speak with a best MN lawyer for a free consultation.  We will answer your questions and make sure you get the compensation you are entitled to. You can meet with a car accident attorney at our offices in Minneapolis, Edina, St. Louis Park or Woodbury.  One of our car accident lawyers will also come to your home to discuss your taxi accident in St. Paul, Roseville, Burnsville, Mankato, Plymouth, Maple Grove, Anoka, and other cities throughout Minnesota.