Lawyers located in Monticello, Minnesota, on the border of Wright and Sherburne Counties.

Personal Injury FAQ’s

How much does legal representation cost in a personal injury case?
How quickly must a personal injury case be filed?
How much is a particular case worth?

 

Q: How much does legal representation cost in a personal injury case?

A: We take all personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis, meaning that there is no cost to our clients unless we secure a settlement or verdict in their favor.  This ensures that we devote our full resources and attention to each case, as we collect no legal fees unless – and until – we obtain recovery.

 

Q: How quickly must a personal injury case be filed?

A: Minnesota law allows an injured person two years from the date of the injury to file a personal injury lawsuit.  However, it is important to contact an experienced personal injury attorney as soon as possible in order to preserve relevant evidence and locate any witnesses to the accident.  Investigating a case can also take a significant amount of time, and because we are dedicated to performing a thorough examination, it is helpful to have as much time as possible. 

 

Q: How much is a particular case worth?

A: Each case has a different value.  Without knowing the facts, it is difficult to accurately evaluate what any particular case might be worth.  Contact our office and schedule a consultation so that we can examine your circumstances and make a preliminary estimate of your case’s potential worth.