When the unexpected happens, you need guidance and answers from someone local you can trust. That’s Weston Law. Call or email us for a free consultation.
Life can change in the blink of an eye. One minute you’re driving down Lyndale, thinking about what you’re going to get at the Wedge Co-op. The next thing you know, a police officer is reassuring you the paramedics are on their way after the semi-truck ran a red light and t-boned your car. Before long, insurance companies are denying coverage for the medical care you still need as bills pile up while you’re out of a job and recuperating from your injuries.
That’s when you need Weston Law. We’re here to get your life back in order and provide what you need to take back control.
First, let’s establish what we’re not: we’re not the big corporate firms that will make you feel like just a number. We don’t take a one size fits all approach, in effect treating your case like any of the others we’ve handled over the years.
Instead, our independent practice is built from the ground up in order to focus on you. You’ll notice the personal attention you receive from the very beginning, noting what makes your case different from the rest. Together, we will develop a legal strategy that’s tailored to the contributing factors that makes your case unique. Whether you’ve suffered from a personal injury from a dog bite, a car accident, a wrongful death or if you are in need of legal defense, Weston Law has Minneapolis’ back.
We want you to know our roots in Minneapolis run deep. Our founder, Aston Weston, graduated from law school in 2007 right here in the Twin Cities from the University of St. Thomas. From there he began working for the Naros Law firm, honing his skills in the courtroom while working alongside the best Minneapolis attorneys around. And since he founded Weston Law in 2012, he’s helped countless Twin Cities residents with their personal injury and defense cases.
Since we’re a local firm, you’ll feel secure knowing that our only focus is the Minnesota Justice System; how it works, how it’s designed and how it fails countless people who don’t have the legal council they need. We won’t let the insurance companies pull the strings. And we won’t let big law firms or corporations get the breaks.
Because we’ve helped countless Minnesotans just like you, we make getting things started as easy as possible. Simply call or email us to schedule a consultation—one that’s absolutely free and without any obligation on your part.
You’ll be happy to know that Weston Law handles personal injury and auto accident insurance claims on a contingency—in other words, if you don’t get paid from an injury claim, neither do we. But when you do receive a settlement from the insurance companies, we only collect a small percentage of that payout. So either way, you don’t pay us anything for an injury claim.
Because defense cases vary case by case, feel free to contact us for pricing and more information.
After the free consultation, we’ll either represent you, or we’ll help you find someone that’s a better fit for your unique case. Weston Law is all about helping Minneapolis and Saint Paul residents, whether that’s with us or someone else.
When life takes a sharp turn for the worse, we’re here to help. Team up with us and get local legal representation from a law firm that knows Minneapolis. Call or email us today for a free consultation.
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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.