What Are Diversion Programs?
When someone is arrested for a crime, even if they are found guilty, it doesn’t always mean he or she must go straight to jail. Minnesota has programs for people in specific situations that may divert their sentencing. These are diversion programs, but they can be referred to by a few different names, such as:… read more
New Minnesota Laws for 2018
Starting January 1, 2018, a new set of laws began to govern the people of Minnesota, making changes to special elections, health insurance coverage, license plates, and more.
What Are Toxic Torts?
A toxic tort is a legal remedy for individuals who have sustained injuries, illnesses, or diseases due to exposure to a harmful substance.
How Do I Collect Money After a Judgment?
Sometimes the other party (the debtor) will simply pay what he or she owes. Other times, you might have to return to the legal system for assistance.
Liability for Autonomous Cars
It’s no longer a question of if autonomous cars will hit the highways, but when. When a driverless car crashes, who is liable?
Being Prepared for Cold Weather Injuries in Minnesota
Residents need to prepare for living in harsh conditions such as snowstorms and ice because the risk of injuries increase as temperatures decrease.
Can I Get Compensation for Fatigue-Related Injuries?
Worker fatigue is a serious issue that can increase the risk of illness and injuries.
What to Do When an Insurance Company Asks for Medical Records or Exams
If you’re in the middle of a personal injury case and you receive a call from a claims adjuster looking for medical records, you should always proceed with caution.
What Is ADR?
ADR is a common dispute resolution method that occurs outside of the courtroom.
Tips on Courtroom Etiquette
How you present yourself in court can make a difference in the outcome of the case. If you’re set to go to court over an injury claim in Minnesota, here’s what to know about proper etiquette.