Personal Injury Claims in North Dakota and Minnesota
When you are injured due to no fault of your own, you can sue the negligent
person or company who caused your injury for damages. However, this can
be a long and difficult process, filled with complex legal jargon and
procedures. Not to mention that you are likely nursing painful injuries
on top of dealing with insurance claims and legal paperwork. It’s
a lot for anyone to handle.
You may ask yourself, "Is it worth hiring a
personal injury attorney?" If you or a loved one have suffered a serious injury due to an
accident or another persons negligent behavior, the answer may be yes.
Get honest, accurate legal advice from a
Fargo personal injury lawyer that has been helping people like you for more than 50 years. Call us now at
701-401-8588 or contact us
Solberg Stewart Miller, our Fargo personal injury attorneys can ease your burden by filing your
personal injury claim on your behalf and representing you in court if
your case goes to trial.
For over 50 years, our firm has been trusted throughout North Dakota to
handle accident claims ranging from motor vehicle crashes to mass torts
involving 100 or more people.
Why should you hire our personal injury lawyers to fight for you? Whether
your case is big or small, our team of experienced personal injury attorneys
will fight hard to ensure that you receive compensation for your medical
bills, lost wages, and more if you have been in an accident caused by
another’s negligence in Fargo, North Dakota, and Minnesota.
How Long Do You Have To File Your Claim?
According to the 28, Ch. 1, Secs. 28-01-16 and 28-01-18 of the North Dakota
Code, injury victims have 6 years to file a personal injury claim before
the statute of limitations runs out.
The statute of limitations is a law that determines how long a claimant
has to file a claim and in turn pursue compensation before they lose their
legal right to do so. It is important to note that depending on the specifics
of your case, this 6-year timeline may be extended or shortened.
For example, a claim concerning an injury has a statute of limitations
of 6 years, however in North Dakota a claim concerning a wrongful death
has a statute of limitations of only 2 years.
This is why it is important to speak to an attorney from our firm as soon
as possible about your case. We offer free consultations so you have nothing
to lose, contacting us today.
Contact us today to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation with a
Fargo personal injury attorney.