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August 2015 Archives

One injured in suspected Minnesota drunk driving accident

Getting behind the wheel of a vehicle after having a few drinks may not seem like a big deal to some drivers, but this might be because intoxicated drivers forget they are not only playing with their own life but also putting other drivers' lives at risk as well. In fact, drunk drivers cause turmoil not only in the lives of other drivers on the road but also the family members of accident victims, who have to deal with an injured or deceased loved one.

Working against the other side's low-ball tactics

The elements required to prove negligence in a car accident to receive compensation were outlined in last week's post on this blog. If a personal injury case in Minnesota is successful, the accident victim may be able to receive compensation to cover the medical expenses associated with treating their injuries, pain and suffering and even for lost wages. But if the case is unsuccessful, because any one of the required elements was not met, then an accident victim may be denied the compensation they sought.

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