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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.

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Are Slander and Libel Considered a Personal Injury?

If you’ve been the victim of libel or slander, you may be wondering if you have a case for a lawsuit.

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The Effect of Social Media on Your Lawsuit

It might be tempting to talk about your case through social media networks for support, but it can come with unintended consequences.

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What Is ADR?

ADR is a common dispute resolution method that occurs outside of the courtroom.

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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.

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The Role of Medical Records in Personal Injury Cases

Your medical records and examinations can be integral parts of your personal injury case, from illustrating the extent of the injury to illuminating ongoing challenges.

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Types of Damages in Personal Injury Cases

An injury lawsuit allows victims to collect financial compensation, called “damages,” when their injuries arise from negligence.

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Evidentiary Standard and Burden of Proof in Personal Injury Cases

In a civil proceeding, the injured victim must prove a case by a preponderance of the evidence.

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Negligence Laws in Minnesota

Every state has unique negligence laws, and Minnesota citizens should understand the their state’s view of negligence.

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Good Samaritan Laws

Many states have recently adopted “Good Samaritan” laws aimed at encouraging helpful behavior for those injured or in need.

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