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Apple Valley Personal Injury Lawyers

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As an accident victim in Apple Valley, you have a right to pursue legal action against the party who is responsible for you being wrongfully injured. Someone is known to have been wrongfully injured if their injuries were caused because of the recklessness, lack of care, or negligence of another party. Any injuries you or a loved one sustained as a result of a car accident, dog attack, improperly maintained premises, drunk driver accident, or boating accident – and many other kinds of accidents – can be addressed through a personal injury or wrongful death case.

Sieben Edmunds Miller’s dedicated Minnesota personal injury lawyers help clients in Apple Valley and throughout the state pursue compensation for their medical bills, lost wages, and the long term effects of their injuries. We have helped hundreds of clients speak to insurance companies, judges, and juries, resulting in settlements or verdicts that reduce their financial burden.

Focused On Your Recovery

Any accident that causes an injury can be traumatic for the victim. The aftermath of the accident doesn’t just require physical recovery; it also requires the victim to cope mentally with the accident outcome. When our client is working on healing their physical and mental wounds, we understand how important it is for them to have an advocate in their corner. Our team is experienced, knowledgeable and tenacious in pursuing compensation for our clients. We’ve worked with the insurance companies before and know how they operate. This allows us to negotiate a fair settlement in many cases. We are also prepared to go to court and fight for what is right. 

You have a limited time to file a personal injury claim in Minnesota. Even if the extent of your injuries are still being discovered, you can file a personal injury case for your current injuries to ensure you do not miss the statute of limitations. However, you do have some time to assess the true extent of your injuries. The statute of limitations in Minnesota for negligence cases is usually six years, but there may be exceptions based on your unique circumstances that can lengthen or shorten that time frame.

Car Accident Personal Injury Cases in Apple Valley

Car accident personal injury cases are common in Apple Valley because they generally involve severe injuries like whiplash, broken bones, internal injuries, head injuries, or even wrongful death. It may be easier to prove fault in a car accident when the driver was clearly negligent, such as in the case of drunk driving accidents, or distracted, such as when a driver is texting while driving. However, any driver who has disregarded traffic laws or made risky decisions while driving can be held responsible for the injuries they have caused in a car accident. 

Semi-truck accidents are one type of vehicle accident that often causes serious, life-altering injuries or wrongful death. This type of accident can be challenging to navigate because you will often need to deal with the driver as well as the company they work for. Some semi-truck drivers are considered self-employed and will be solely responsible for the accident, but other drivers will be covered by their company’s insurance. Only a knowledgeable Apple Valley personal injury lawyer can help you determine the best way to handle a personal injury or wrongful death case after a semi-truck accident. 

Compassionate and Tireless Representation

Sieben Edmunds Miller’s personal injury lawyers fight to get our clients in Apple Valley fair compensation for their injuries. We will take care of everything on your behalf, including speaking to the insurance companies. We want you to feel comfortable focusing on your family and your recovery during this challenging time, so we’ll keep you informed without burdening you with unnecessary details. Pursuing a personal injury case can seem intimidating, but we’re here to help.

Were you injured in an accident in Apple Valley, MN? We are here to help. Let us evaluate your case for free. Complete our free case evaluation form or call us directly at (651) 323-2464.

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