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Why Posting on Social Media After an Accident Can Hurt Your Case

When you’ve been seriously injured in an accident, you face a whirlwind of emotions, pain, and stress. You’ve probably never had the kinds of injuries you sustained in the accident before and are struggling to deal with the pain. The trauma of the accident and what you’re experiencing from day to day while trying to […] Read more

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What Not to Say to an Insurance Adjuster

In the wake of an accident, you will likely be contacted by either your own or the other party’s insurance company to ask you questions about the accident. Often, these questions are designed to take the fault off the other party and reduce the amount of money that you will get for your claim. Speaking […] Read more

Personal Injury

What Is a Truck Driver’s Travel Log?

  A travel log is also known as a record of duty status or a logbook. It contains relevant information regarding a truck driver’s activity. Truckers must write down all necessary details during every 24 hours, even if they’re off duty. If you suffer injuries in an accident, the travel log could contain valuable information […] Read more

Personal Injury

Why Is the Black Box Important in Truck Accidents?

A truck accident is often significantly more complicated than a standard car accident. Severe damage, costly claims, and multiple potentially liable parties make it difficult for truck accident victims to recover the full compensation they deserve, so conclusive evidence is vital. One of the most potentially critical pieces of evidence in many Minnesota truck accident […] Read more

Car Accidents

Five Tips for Safe Holiday Driving

Many people enjoy the hustle and bustle of the holiday season. Buying gifts, preparing festive holiday meals, and visiting family and friends, both near and far, are all part of the fun. Other highlights of the season include attending events, such as parades, concerts, and services at houses of worship. This increase in activity, while […] Read more

Car Accidents

How to Prevent Autumn Car Accidents

Many people are not ready to store their travel gear when the summer season ends. As a matter of fact, autumn’s arrival, which this year occurred on September 22nd, signals that it’s time to hit the highways to seek out vividly-hued trees. Pumpkin picking, hayrides, camping out, and fall festivals abound in many parts of […] Read more

Robert Wilson

Robert Wilson to Speak at CLE Event

Robert Wilson, the lead attorney of will be speaking at a Continuing Legal Education event titled “Plaintiff’s Personal Injury: Advanced Practice” on Wednesday, June 26, 2019. It will focus on practical ways attorneys can maximize the compensation they win for their clients. Further details of the event can be found at the National Business Institute’s […] Read more

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Breaking News: 1 Dead, 9 injured, and 1 missing after explosion at Minneapolis school

Authorities have announced that a gas leak, explosion, and partial building collapse at Minnehaha Academy late Wednesday morning killed one individual and injured nine others. Additionally, one individual is still missing as of the latest reports as fire crews assess the piles of rubble following the accident. According to officials at Hennepin County Medical Center, […] Read more

Video Webcast

Workers’ Compensation Video Webcast Seminar – March 22nd!

Attorney Robert Wilson will be presenting on a video webcast on Wednesday, March 22nd. The topic will be on Workers’ Compensation: Advanced Practice. The details and registration are included below, so sign up and join us! Video Webcast Seminar Topic: Workers’ Compensation: Advanced Practice Speaker: Robert Wilson Date: March 22, 2017 Time: Time: Central: 10:00 […] Read more

workplace injuries

Minnesota OSHA to probe McNeilus after three workers seriously hurt in blast

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) stated that they will inspect McNeilus Truck and Manufacturing after three of their employees were seriously injured in an explosion, to find out if the company has been compromising safety standards, an article of ABC 6 reported on January 11. OSHA representative James Honerman told reports that they […] Read more