Burnsville Personal Injury Attorneys Win Compensation
Rely on the Skill and Experience of Our Burnsville Personal injury Lawyers
When you are seriously injured by the negligence of another, it can be a traumatic experience that may result in devastating, life-changing injuries and even death. Survivors are left dealing with physical and emotional pain and mounting costs of medical, hospital, and rehabilitative bills, at a time they may not be able to work.
If you or a family member has been injured or someone has died in an accident that was due to someone else’s negligence or fault, you may be entitled to compensation for your losses through insurance or a lawsuit. However, Minnesota injury laws are complicated, and insurance companies and their insurers have high-powered lawyers on their side who will attempt to get you to settle for the lowest amount possible. Going up against them on your own is difficult and may lead to costly mistakes.
Fortunately, there is help available from the Tyroler Leonard Injury Law firm. Our lead attorneys, Isaac Tyroler and Rachel Leonard, and their team are highly skilled and compassionate when representing clients who have been injured and will work with you to make you feel comfortable and achieve optimum compensation. While no amount of money can fully compensate for your suffering, a successful personal injury lawsuit can alleviate financial problems and allow you to start rebuilding your life.
At Tyroler Leonard Injury Law, we work a on contingency basis, which means you will not pay any fees unless we are able to recover money for you. Consultations are entirely free, and we are happy to give advice to help you in any way we can.
Call us for your free, no-obligation consultation today.
Why Choose Our Personal Injury Attorneys in Burnsville?
When you are injured due to the negligence or recklessness of another, it can feel like your life is has turned upside down. You may be bombarded with paperwork and calls from insurance companies and may be afraid of making mistakes. You know you need legal assistance, but there are many attorneys out there, and you want one you can trust. Here are some reasons why we believe you should choose our Burnsville personal injury lawyers:
- Our practice focuses on personal injury and will help guide you through the intricate legal processes involved.
- We are available 24/7.
- We win big. Our team has obtained more than $30,000,000 in settlements and verdicts for clients over the past decade.
- Our clients are happy when they choose us, and you can read their client testimonials that prove it.
- You pay no fees unless we are able to recover money for you.
- We are happy to give advice to help you in any way we can.
Call us now at 651-259-1113.
Damages Our Burnsville Personal injury Lawyers May Recover
In a successful personal injury case, our Burnsville personal injury lawyers can win a settlement for compensatory damages. These include both the economic and non-economic damages you received from the accident.
Economic damages, also called special damages, cover your financial losses such as:
- Medical bills and rehabilitation costs and continuing care
- Past and future wage loss
- Property damage.
Noneconomic damages, also called general damages, are compensation for damages that do not have a specific dollar value, but negatively impact your life, including:
- Pain and suffering
- Emotional distress and anguish
- Loss of consortium and quality of life.
In some rare cases, you might also be able to recover punitive damages, which are meant to punish the defendant and serve as an example to deter such actions in the future. According to Minnesota law (Minnesota statute § 549.20), damages may be awarded when clear and convincing evidence is available that shows the defendant had deliberate disregard for the rights or safety of others. Wisconsin law (Wisconsin statute § 895.043) places a $200,000 limit on the amount of punitive damages available.
Damage Amounts You May Receive
There is a wide range of damage amounts, from the thousands to millions of dollars, that may be awarded in a successful personal injury case. The amount you may receive depends on the individual circumstances of your case and factors that include:
- The extent and permanence of your injuries and whether you will require continuing care
- Actual costs of your losses and expenses
- Lost earnings and whether you will be able to work in the future
- The availability of insurance coverage and defendant assets
- Whether a wrongful death was involved
- The individual jurisdiction, judge, and jury where your case is heard
- The skill and negotiating power of your attorney
In all cases, our personal injury attorneys in Burnsville will fight for the optimum award possible.
Personal Injury Lawyers in Burnsville, MN, Must Prove Negligence
Proving negligence is a main component of a personal injury claim. To win your case, our team at Tyroler Leonard Injury Law will fully investigate your case to find evidence to show that another party — the defendant in the case — was negligent and at fault for causing the accident that resulted in your injuries, and therefore should be held liable.
Proving negligence legally requires showing the following elements:
- Duty: The defendant owed a duty of care to the victim not to cause harm.
- Breach: The defendant breached that duty by actions or failure to act.
- Cause: This breach caused the accident that resulted in your injuries.
- Damages: You suffered damages as a result.
In some cases, there may be multiple defendants that contributed to the accident. An example would be a case where a driver hit you but lost control of the vehicle because the parts were faulty and failed. In addition to the driver, defendants may include the manufacturer of the defective part or a mechanic who installed the part incorrectly. If the driver who hit you was intoxicated, we may be able to add the people who supplied the alcohol, especially if a bar over-served the drunk driver or if the drunk driver is an underaged minor and an adult bought the alcohol.
Our personal injury lawyers in Burnsville, MN, will look to identify all potentially liable parties, as they all may have assets and insurance that can go toward a settlement. The sooner you have us on your side, the better, as it takes time to build a case; and it’s important to start investigations quickly, while evidence is fresh and witnesses can be found.
Personal Injury Lawyers in Burnsville, MN, Answer Your Questions
When you suffer a serious personal injury, it’s natural to be confused and unsure of what to do. While your concerns are best addressed at your free consultation, here are some answers to questions our personal injury lawyer are often asked, to get you started:
Should I talk to insurance companies?
No. The less you say to insurance companies, the better. Insurance companies are out for profit and use tactics such as trying to get you to say something that indicates you were at fault, or trying to get you to accept a quick settlement for less than your case is worth. Tell the insurance company to speak to your attorney and let Tyroler Law handle all dealings and negotiations with insurance companies.
What if I did something to contribute to the accident?
Minnesota is a comparative fault state, which means that you can collect a settlement as long as you are 50% or less at fault for the accident. If you are partially at fault, your damages will be reduced by the percentage you are at fault, but you can still collect the percentage that the other parties were at fault. For example, if your case is worth $100,000 but you are 20% at fault for a car accident, our Burnsville attorneys can help you recover $80,000.
Will I have to go to court?
Each case is different, but most personal injury cases settle out of court through negotiations. If you do have to go to court, our Burnsville personal injury attorneys will make sure you are thoroughly prepared and know what to expect.
How long will my case take?
That depends on the factors involved with the case and whether the opposition is willing to settle through fair negotiations or the case has to go to trial. In generally, you should not settle a case too soon. Injuries sometimes worsen over time and you want a settlement that covers all medical bills and pain and suffering that may result from additional diagnoses and treatment. Some cases are settled in a number of months, while cases that go to trial may take years to be resolved.
How much time do I have to start a lawsuit?
Injured parties generally must get their civil lawsuit filed within two years of the date of the accident, according to Minnesota statutes (Minnesota Statutes section 541.07).
If the accident caused someone’s death, and the family or other representative of the deceased person wants to bring a case against the at-fault driver, the case generally must be filed within three years from the date of the person’s death, according to Minnesota’s wrongful death law, (Minnesota Statutes section 573.02). The action must start within six years after the act causing the death.
What does it cost to hire a Burnsville personal injury attorney?
The good news is that our Burnsville personal injury attorneys work on a contingency basis, so it costs nothing to start your case, and we receive a payment only if we win a settlement for you. We are confident in the experience and skill of our team. That’s why we don’t charge a fee unless we win.
At Tyroler Law, we understand that things that seem commonplace to us can be confusing for our clients. Once you hire us to represent you, we will always be available to speak with you about your case and answer all your questions.
Personal injury Cases Our Burnsville Personal Injury Lawyers Handle
Anyone can be severely injured due to another person or entity’s wrongful actions or negligence, and there are many types of personal injury cases. Isaac Tyroler and his team see the aftermath of these tragic and preventable accidents on a regular basis. At Tyroler Law, we commonly handle cases that include:
- Car and other vehicle accidents
- Defective products
- Slip and fall accidents
- Workplace accidents
- Dog attacks
The type of accident behind the personal injury will not affect our ability to seek a judgment in your case. We will gather the facts that show that the defendant created a negligent or reckless situation, regardless of the type of accident. We will treat you with the compassion that you deserve, while vigorously defending your rights to seek compensation.
Call Our Burnsville, MN, Personal Injury Attorneys for Help
Personal injury lawsuits can be complex, so it is essential to have an experienced attorney on your side. When you contact us, our Burnsville personal injury attorneys at Tyroler Injury Law will help you determine whether filing a lawsuit is the right course of action and will guide you through the process. We have years of experience helping families seek justice after an injury caused by someone else’s negligence. We understand the devastating effects of your injuries on you and your family and will fight aggressively for the compensation you deserve. Count on us to be at your side every step of the way.