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Concussion Sustained in Car Accidents and Slip and Falls

In my experience, oftentimes concussions go unnoticed in a car accident. That is because individuals cannot remember hitting their head and/or did not lose consciousness. These two things are common tactics used by the insurance companies and their doctors to say that there is no way a car accident victim could have sustained a concussion. First, we need to start with how a concussion can occur. A concussion is caused by a jar, blow, or

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Sheriff denied my permit to carry a pistol when I tried to renew my application. What can I do?

I had a recent client contact me about being denied his permit to carry by the Sheriff’s department. He had been approved initially, then when renewal came up, he was told it could not be renewed because he had a felony. Usually, we could petition the Court for expungement and restoration of gun rights. He, however, had a unique case. No doubt about it, a felony will certainly prohibit an individual from bearing arms. Especially

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Hit and Run Car Accidents

Being in a car accident can be a very confusing time mixed with a lot of emotions and uncertainty. What am I supposed to do? Who do I need to call? Is my insurance going to cover this? Does this other person have insurance? These concerns become even more complicated when you are involved in a hit-and-run accident. The most recently conducted study in Minnesota found that 11.5% of motorists drive without insurance. A common

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What to do After a Car Accident.

After an accident there can be an overwhelming sense of confusion. This is understandable considering that you did not plan on this happening. There are several things to keep in mind whether it is a car accident, slip and fall or a dog bite. It may not be the fist thing that comes to mind because of the chaos of the situation, but in order to preserve your case, these are the best steps you

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I Got Hit by a Snowplow, Can I Bring a Claim?

The Minnesota Department of Transportation has asked for submissions to name snowplows through Jan. 22, 2021. Click Here To Name a Plow. Some of the names are Salter Mondale, Kent Brrrbeck, Lake Snow Be Gone, Darth Blader and Plow Bunyan. Mine is Plowy McPlow Face. Named after the famous Boaty McBoat Face. As Minnesotans, we are all very familiar with snowplows. Whether it’s trying to pass a snowplow on the highway or simply whiteout conditions,

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I Slipped and Fell on Ice. Do I Have a Claim?

Being Minnesotans, we have all dealt with cold weather and know how slippery sidewalks and parking lots can be. You probably have not lived in Minnesota too long if you have not slipped on your own sidewalk or driveway. When it comes to slipping and falling on someone else’s property, whether or not you have a claim is very fact specific. No matter what, the first thing to consider is where the fall occurred. City

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Can I Sue Someone for Assault?

The short answer is yes, but should you? In most personal injury claims such as motor vehicle accidents, dog bites and slip and falls, there is an insurance policy involved. The first question in these common claims is whether the insurance policy provides coverage for the incident. In a car accident, coverage is usually straight forward. If the car was insured and you are not racing or intentionally crashing into someone, you should be covered.

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Can my Charge be expunged?

Have you been denied employment and/or housing because of a background check? Have you been turned away by your child’s school as a volunteer because you have something on your record? We all make mistakes, but those mistakes do not need to follow you around for the rest of your life. In some criminal cases, the court has the authority to seal all government held records of criminal cases, which is sometimes referred to as

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introducing perron law Office

After thirteen and a half years, on September 4, 2020, I left Paige Donnelly Law Firm to open my own practice. I am accepting new cases. I am currently ready to take: – Liability Car Accident Clients – No-Fault Only Car Accident Clients – Slip and Fall Clients – Worker’s Compensation Clients – Criminal Law Clients – Family Law Clients – Immigration Law Clients I am excited for this opportunity as it will allow me

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