The purpose of this web site is to provide basic information and a general overview about potential legal claims for the victim of a personal injury. It is not the purpose of this site to dispense specific legal or other professional advice about your specific situation. Because each case is different and varying laws may apply in different situations, you should consult an attorney to obtain legal advice regarding your particular situation. If you have been injured in an accident in Minnesota, please contact our firm and talk with an experienced Minnesota personal injury lawyer directly to obtain specific answers to your legal questions. We will answer your questions, and the initial consultation is free.
All potential cases have an applicable statute of limitations. A statute of limitations is a law that says you must begin an actual lawsuit within a specific time or your case will be forever barred. The statute of limitations in Minnesota is different for different types of cases and in various situations, and you should not rely on anything in our website to determine the statute of limitations for your specific case. You should act promptly in pursuing your potential case, both to avoid having your case dismissed for failure to start a lawsuit within the limitations period, and because claims get stale over time as people’s memories fade. Please contact our office and speak with a lawyer to determine the statute of limitations for your specific case.
Some of the pages on this site contain links to other internet resources. These are provided to assist you in locating other internet sites that may be helpful in answering questions or otherwise may be of interest to you. The Rochlin Law Firm, Ltd. has no relationship with these sites. Our law firm is not affiliated or associated with or legally authorized to use any trade name, registered trademark, logo, or copyrighted symbol that may be reflected in the links. We also cannot guarantee the accuracy of the information in these sites. We post the links merely as a reference, but, again, you should talk to an attorney at our office about the specific facts of your Minnesota injury case to get a proper legal opinion.
You can call and speak with a lawyer about your specific situation, and we will also meet with you at our office or your home anywhere in Minnesota to answer your questions and make sure your rights are protected.