The perfect Minnesota day at the lake up north can quickly go south if you fail a Breathalyzer test and end up charged with a DUI. While how much is too much is a gray-area question that people ultimately decide for themselves, the fact remains that Minnesota employs some of the strictest DUI laws in…
The sudden abruptness of being injured in a car accident often has a far-reaching ripple effect on a person’s everyday life. Aside from the obvious physical pain injuries can incur, it is very common for people to be unable to perform duties required in the workplace or at home.
There's a certain clumsiness about people that inevitably causes them to find themselves sprawled on the ground as a result of a misstep. Usually, the consequences are only a little embarrassment and maybe a bruise.
Other times though, slips and falls can lead to serious injuries, and especially when it happens on someone else’s…
The Little Known Benefit in Your Car Insurance Policy
When you are injured in a car accident, typical protocol is to file a claim with the insurance company of the person who caused the collision. Usually, if you caused the collision, you are mostly on your own to pay for rehabilitation.
In Minnesota however, when you are injured in a car accident that wasn't your fault, you can file a claim with the other person's insurance company AND your own. And if you caused the collision? State law requires your insurance company to pay YOU benefits for care.
This free guide helps shed light on Minnesota's no-fault insurance law and how after a car accident, you can get enough benefits to cover chiropractic, medical or disability expenses.