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What Is an Accident Reconstructionist, and How Can He Help Your Case?

You’ve just been in a car accident.  Odds are, you’re shaken up, and there’s even a good chance you don’t remember every detail of how and why the accident occurred.  What you do remember, clearly, is that you never left your lane—the other car did, crossing the center line by at least 5 feet.  You… Read more »

The Damages You Might Have to Pay for a Wrongful Death Charge

Wrongful death is a delicate accusation and often the circumstances are tragic for everyone. More often than not, a wrongful death suit is filed when the family of someone who has died by accident feels that there is a negligent responsible party. From landlords who did not fix a broken porch step to a drunk… Read more »

Start the New Year on the Wrong Foot? You May Need a DWI Attorney

The new year is a time to celebrate, make plans, and then buckle down to take the next 365 days head-on. Unfortunately, not everyone gets the best possible start out of the gate. Some people have to work all the way through the holidays even if they didn’t want to, others got home just in… Read more »

Federal Sex Crime Registration

Once you have been convicted of a sex crime, you will have to register with the National Sex Offender Registration and Notification System. You must register with the state that you live in so that the communities can keep track of the sex offenders that live in the area. Once you are registered with the… Read more »

Types of Minnesota Sex Crimes

When people think of sex crimes, they often cringe. Sex crimes are considered horrific offences, often directed toward children. Because of this, the punishments are usually harsh and convicted felons will have to register on a sex offender list. There are many types of sex crimes, each with their own punishments. If you have been… Read more »

Finding a St. Paul DWI Attorney for Your Defense

When you’re arrested and taken to jail for driving while intoxicated (DWI), you will go through a long ordeal. If this is your first time being arrested, the situation might scare you. Suddenly, even though it may only be for a few hours, you’re not a free person. Instead, you’re an individual who must be… Read more »

You Slipped And Were Injured: Can You Sue? And Who?

While tripping somewhere may feel like an act of nature, it is all too often an act of negligence. Someone should have done something before you fell and got hurt. In the aftermath, when you are injured and paying medical bills, you will want to know what to do next. One option for at least recouping… Read more »

Can You File a Personal Injury Claim for Assault?

When someone lays their hands on you in a violent manner, typically many will seek the criminal charges of assault and battery. However, while that person will face criminal punishment if you choose to pursue it, many don’t realize that in assault cases, you can also turn them into personal injury cases and seek compensation…. Read more »

Why People Confess to Crimes They Didn’t Commit

It is thought that only the guilty confess to crimes, but that simply isn’t so. In fact, a staggering amount of people confess to crimes only to be completely exonerated after years of incarceration by DNA or other newfound evidence. It is for this reason that organizations like the Innocence Project exist. However, what would… Read more »

5 Tips if You’re in a Car Accident in St. Paul

It’s a crisp fall day in St. Paul. You’re enjoying a ride in the cool autumn sunshine. You have the windows down and the sweet breeze relaxes the tension of a busy week. Without any warning, the car in the lane beside you swerves over into your lane suddenly without looking. Your car is knocked… Read more »