Are you a victim of a fire or burn injury due to negligence? Weston Law has experienced lawyers that take these cases very seriously.
Just like with slip, trip and fall accidents, fire and burn injuries usually happen because of some sort of negligence of the property owner.
Victims of fire and burn injuries usually are left with physical and psychological scars that leave them with expensive medical bills, pain and lost wages.
We are trusted and experienced personal injury attorneys with a proven track record of representing burn victims in the state of Minnesota.
Here are some reasons why you should use Weston Law:
When another party based in Minnesota caused the burn injury because of their negligence.
This can be an employer that’s not following workplace safety regulations, but also an apartment landlord failing to follow fire safety laws.
Fire and burn injuries usually happen at home. Landlords generally have to follow special city, state and federal regulations to keep their tenants safe.
Regarding fire safety, some of these responsibilities include:
There are a lot of local and state laws in place to protect tenants from a variety of hazards, which also include those related to fires.
There are also federal laws in place for landlords to equip their properties with smoke detectors, fire extinguishers, sprinkles and more.
These are important, but not all landlords take these laws seriously.
Our burn injury lawyers at Weston Law have helped victims of negligent landlords. We have experience and deep knowledge to help you navigate this complicated process.
Contact us here free of charge to learn if you can recover compensation.
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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.