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Bus Drivers must exercise reasonable care
The law states that people who operate buses must exercise reasonable care; failure to use reasonable care is considered negligence. A person who negligently operates a bus may be required to pay for any damages caused by his/her negligence. Call Scott at once if you or someone close to you has been injured, seriously hurt or died as a result of a bus accident. We will act immediately for you, investigate your case and see if we can help.
Anderson Law Office provides personal attention
to your case.
An accident can be physically, emotionally and financially devastating. Anderson Law Office can help immediately! Anderson Law Office provides personal attention to your case. Our investigator will come directly to your home and to the accident site to thoroughly investigate your case, helping to reduce your stress level and allowing you to focus on recovery from your injuries.
No-Fault law in Minnesota is complex.
Car/Bus accident claims in Minnesota are complex. First, there is a claim against your own insurance company for medical expenses and wage loss. Minnesota’s No-Fault Law is governed by Minnesota Statutes §65B.41 through §65B.71. Any person with injuries arising from the maintenance or use of a motor vehicle is entitled to receive up to $20,000.00 in medical and $20,000.00 in wage loss benefits from their own insurance company, regardless of who is ultimately found to be at fault in causing the accident. For this reason, it is called a No-Fault claim. Pedestrians and bicyclists injured in a motor vehicle accident can seek no-fault benefits from the involved vehicle’s insurance or their own automobile insurance if struck by an uninsured motorist. Certain provisions in individual policies can increase the amount of coverage provided.
Minnesota is a comparative fault state.
In addition to the claim for Minnesota No Fault Benefits, the injured party has the right to bring a claim against the driver of the vehicle causing the accident. Minnesota is a comparative fault state, meaning that so long as the other driver is more than 50% at fault in causing the collision, he or she can be held liable for the property damage, car repairs, rental car expenses, medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, and loss of enjoyment of lifestyle caused by his or her negligence. The practical effect of this is that being partially at fault in causing an accident does not preclude recovery in Minnesota.
There may be uninsured motorist insurance
available through your own policy
Finally, depending upon the severity of your injuries and the amount of insurance available through the at-fault driver, you may be able to bring a claim for Underinsured or, in the case of a driver carrying no insurance, Uninsured motorist benefits. All insurance policies issued in Minnesota carry this UM/UIM coverage. This means that there may be excess insurance available through your own policy if the policy limits of the at-fault driver are not sufficient to compensate you for your injuries. There may be other insurance policies to tap into, as well. It is critically important that all avenues of insurance recovery be thoroughly explored in order to make sure that you are fully compensated.
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Anderson Law Office provides a FREE Phone and Home Consultation. We assist you in gathering the information needed to fully analyze your case and then we act on your behalf to get the best possible recovery. There is absolutely no fee to Anderson Law Office until there is a financial recovery for you. You are not obligated to retain Anderson Law Office during the investigation process and no fee is required is proceed.
Accessible, Compassionate & Experienced attorney.
Please contact Scott L. Anderson to assist you if you have been injured in any of these types of accidents. Scott L. Anderson is a compassionate, experienced attorney who can deliver the money damages you deserve. For 30+ years Scott L. Anderson has successfully recovered money damages for hundreds of injured parties. Scott is committed to protecting the rights and interests of his clients and making sure they receive the medical attention they need and money damages to compensate for their loss. Scott L. Anderson prides himself on being prompt to return your phone calls, compassionate to your needs and an excellent advocate of your rights.
Scott will act immediately for you.
The law states that people who operate automobiles and buses must exercise reasonable care; failure to use reasonable care is considered negligence. A person who negligently operates a vehicle may be required to pay for any damages caused by his/her negligence. Call Scott at once if you or someone close to you has been injured, seriously hurt or died as a result of a bus or automobile accident. We will act immediately for you, investigate your case and see if we can help.
Scott will thoroughly analyze your accident claim.
Scott L. Anderson provides thorough analysis to your Bus or Automobile Accident issues. He knows how to obtain the best outcome on your behalf. Scott is committed to keep you updated on your case and to explain options as they arise. Scott can also assist you with finding competent representation wherever you may live, work or wherever the injury occurred.
Thank you for considering Anderson Law Office.
Please call Scott to speak with an accessible, compassionate and experienced attorney. Your call is free and confidential. There is no cost to you unless you recover money damages. Please call, you will be glad you did.
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