Finding legal help who understands what you’re going through is important
after an accident. You want a lawyer and legal team that genuinely care
about you and want the best possible outcome for you. For these reasons
and more, people in Minot and the rest of North Dakota frequently pick
us to be their legal counsel on tough and straightforward cases alike.
A few reasons that we stand out from other law firms are:
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With a reputation and history as strong as ours, we are confident that
we’re the right choice for your case, just as we have been for so
many others throughout the decades.
Every Personal Injury Case is Important
Every injury feels personal when it happens to you. In this way, every
personal injury case is important enough to explore with the help of a
legal professional. If the opposing insurance company is trying to tell
you that your case isn’t worth pursuing, or that you can’t
get any money because you caused the accident or injury, then it is already
time to stand up for yourself. Come to Maring Williams Law Office and
get real, honest answers.
We can work on personal injury cases that involve the following and more:
- Car accidents
- Catastrophic injuries
- Medical malpractice
- Motorcycle accidents
- Oilfield injuries
- Pedestrian accidents
- Truck accidents
- Wrongful death cases
Compensation You Might Be Owed
Every legally valid personal injury claim has value. This value or worth
is based on the amount of compensation that the at-fault party owes to
you. It can range significantly from one case to another because many
specific details, big and small, about a case influences the final value.
As part of our job as your chosen Minot personal injury law firm, we accurately
calculate the value of your case based on questions of liability, damages,
and insurance policy coverage.
Losses and harm that can add to a personal injury claim’s value include:
- Future medical needs
- Current medical bills
- Future income you won’t earn
- Lost wages
- Pain and suffering
- Permanent disability complications
- Shortened life expectancy
- And more
Personal Injury Statute of Limitations in North Dakota
For six years after you suffer an injury or loss due to someone else’s
actions, you can file a personal injury claim against that party. North
Dakota’s six-year statute of limitations on most personal injury
claims is actually one of the longest in the nation. You shouldn’t
wait a full six years to do anything, though.
If you wait too long to start a claim, then you could forget important
details of the incident. Evidence that could help your side might become
lost, too. To lean towards the cautious side of things, you should consult
with a lawyer’s help as soon after an accident as you can manage.
Call our Minot personal injury attorneys at
(701) 402-6644 to
request a FREE consultation.