Personal Injury & Wrongful Death Blog

What is Uninsured and Underinsured Insurance Coverage?

By Thomas Weidner | Personal Injury

Both uninsured and underinsured motorist coverage are required provisions of automobile policies in the State of Minnesota. These coverages…

Automobile Insurance Coverage – Minnesota v. Wisconsin

By Tom Weidner | Personal Injury

Automobile insurance can protect you from the financial costs of a collision or injury, provided you have the proper insurance coverage.…

Thresholds to Bring a Liability Claim – Minnesota vs. Wisconsin

By Tom Weidner | Personal Injury

Automobile insurance liability coverage is provided through the negligent driver’s insurance in which an injured person makes a claim for…

The Insurance Border Battle

By Tom Weidner | Personal Injury

Serving communities in the St. Croix Valley we are often faced with cross-state motor vehicle collision claims. Did you know? If you are…

What is No-Fault Coverage in Minnesota?

By Tom Weidner | Personal Injury

Commonly referred to as PIP or no-fault, personal injury protection benefits are a required provision of automobile policies in the State…

Knowing Your Automobile Insurance in Minnesota

By Tom Weidner | Personal Injury

In Minnesota, all licensed vehicles are required to carry insurance including personal injury protection (PIP/No-Fault), liability, uninsured…

Top 5 Reasons to Hire a Personal Injury Attorney

No one is prepared for a car accident - nor can anyone be fully prepared for the outcome. Make sure that you and your family have a competent team on their side to help guide you through the process and focus on what's really…

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World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims

Last year, nearly 40,000 people were killed and an additional 4.6 million were injured on America’s highways, making 2016 the deadliest year on our roads since 2007. Chances are you or someone you know has been touched by…

How To Know If You Have A Whiplash Type Injury

Did you know that 38% of car accidents result in a spinal injury? Most people think that high-impact collisions are the only ones that cause injury. However, low-impact collisions are just as likely to cause injury to the spine. “Whiplash,” as it is most commonly referred to, is caused by a severe jerk to the neck. Here are some symptoms to consider if you think you have a soft tissue injury:

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