Other Car Ran Stop Light Car Accident Lawyer MN

LAWYER FOR CAR ACCIDENT OTHER DRIVER RAN STOP LIGHT

Distracted driving is a serious hazard on the roads in Minnesota.  Our car accident lawyers represent many people each year who are injured because the other driver ran a stop light and blew into the intersection – often because of distracted driver.

We have represented pedestrians walking across the street who are injured by a car not stopping for the stop sign, bicycle riders, motorcycles, and others. Those cases can often result in a serious injury because of the weight and momentum of the vehicle coming into contact with the unprotected person.

At the Rochlin Law Firm, our best auto accident lawyers have more than 25 years’ experience.  If you have been in an auto accident in Minnesota, call as and speak with a lawyer for a free consultation.  We will meet you at our offices in Edina, Minneapolis, St. Louis Park, or Woodbury.  A lawyer will also come to your home or a hospital anywhere in Minnesota for your car accident injury case.

Pam Rochlin is a former partner with Meshbesher and was was the 2015 president of MN Women Lawyers.  She is one of the few women voted a Minnesota Super Lawyer for many years. She is tough, efficient, and gets results.  We will make sure you are fully compensated by the insurance company for lost wages, medical bills, and pain and suffering, as well as your future needs. We never charge anything unless we are successful in getting you compensation for your injuries.

Our auto accident attorneys have represented people throughout Minnesota who have been injured because the other driver was drunk, or using their cell phone while driving.  We have represented people because the other driver was speeding, ran a stop light or stop sign, or rear ended our client. In other words, in the past 25 years, we have handled almost every kind of auto accident case.

Our lawyers have also seen almost every kind of auto accident injury. We have gotten compensation for people with broken bones, an injured back, a ruptured organ, major scars, brain injury, and just about anything else you can imagine, including compensation for the family when a person is killed in an auto accident.