Decades ago, we established Maring Williams Law Office for one purpose:
to help people. Far too often, people feel like they have no support or
way to go after being in a bad accident. This misconception usually starts
because rival insurance companies will tell them that they can’t
do anything to get compensation. We are driven to undo this myth and show
as many people in Grand Forks as possible that they should always explore
their options to pursue full and fair compensation.
People choose Maring Williams Law Office so often because:
Work with a Highly Awarded Law Firm
Our Grand Forks personal injury lawyers are nationally recognized for their
skills and talents. Many of our attorneys have been honored by Super Lawyers®
and Best Lawyers®, and we have been recognized by Best Law Firms®.
With this much recognition in the world of legal professionals, you can
be sure that we will know how to handle your case, no matter how complicated
it might be.
Ready to Help with Any Personal Injury Case
You do not need to worry about who can handle your personal injury case
after an accident. At Maring Williams Law Office, our experienced team
has worked on all sorts of injury claims in Grand Forks throughout the
years. No matter what happened to cause your injury, we are confident
that we can build your case and pursue the most compensation available to you.
Call us at
(701) 402-6644 if you need help with these claims and more:
- Car accidents
- Catastrophic injuries
- Medical malpractice
- Motorcycle accidents
- Oilfield injuries
- Pedestrian accidents
- Truck accidents
- Wrongful death cases
Damages in Personal Injury Cases
How much compensation are you owed by the party that caused your injury?
Don’t lose sleep over this important detail. Leave your case in
our hands, and we can calculate the full amount of damages that you have
experienced. We look wherever we can and have a solid track record of
getting our clients full and fair compensation after an accident.
The damages that can contribute to the overall value of your claim include:
- Medical bills and treatment costs
- Future medical needs
- Lost wages
- Income you can no longer earn
- Pain and suffering
- Shortened life expectancy
- Permanent disability complications
- And more
North Dakota Personal Injury Statute of Limitations
North Dakota uses a six-year statute of limitations on most personal injury
claims. This statute is shortened to just two years for wrongful death
claims. It typically begins on the date of the injury, accident, or death.
Any claims brought after the expiration of the statute of limitations can
be easily challenged or dismissed outright. Only in the rarest of situations
can a claim be recognized after the statute of limitations expires. Do
not expect your case to be one of these rare few. Assume that the statute
of limitations is an unmovable deadline for your claim, so start building
it today with our help.
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