Mar
3

“Who’s Responsible for My MN Slip and Fall?” and Other Questions

Minnesotans are accustomed to their fair share of slippery conditions. That doesn’t mean that injuries from slip and fall accidents are ever something you should simply shrug off.

There are laws surrounding slip and falls, and the damages you can recover, that are important to understand in case it ever happens to you.

Learn more about some of the most common questions victims of slip and fall accidents in Minnesota ask.

What Should You Do Right After a Minnesota Slip and Fall?

Your immediate actions following a slip and fall accident largely depend on how injured you are. If you feel your injuries are relatively minor, seek medical care at an urgent care clinic or from your doctor. If they [...]

Dec
17

It’s Not the MN Business Owner Paying That Slip and Fall Claim

Minnesota is known for many things – and one of them is long snowy winters. For many Minnesotans, pulling out their parks, donning their boots, and shoveling some snow is simply par for the winter course.

Unfortunately, it’s also the time of year that slip and fall accidents occur, since icy city sidewalks, streets, and parking lots abound. So what are the laws surrounding slip and fall claims in Minnesota? How do these types of claims typically work?

Arm yourself with the information you need so that you are ready to make the right choices if a slip and fall accident happens to you.

If You Suffer a Fall in Minnesota

The first thing that you should understand about slip [...]

Aug
6

As More MN Businesses Reopen, An Overview of Slip and Fall Laws

Although hundreds of new COVID-19 cases are still being reported in Minnesota each day, restrictions are easing up around the state. More businesses are able to reopen, pay their employees, and return to a sense of normalcy. If you’ve been missing the gym, movie theatre, or indoor dining room, you can finally enjoy these places again.

These new rules are going to have many different types of consequences. On the one hand, Minnesotans are less depressed and more hopeful than they were a month ago. On the other hand, they face increased risk of contracting the virus… and that’s just the beginning.

As businesses around the state are making changes to accommodate for social distancing and prevent the spread of [...]