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Serving the Injured Across North Dakota, Minnesota & Montana


  • $5 Million
    Oilfield Accident & Wrongful Death
    We represented the wife and child of an oil field worker who died from an explosion and flash fire on a well site caused by the release of hydrocarbons. We hired multiple experts to prove the process used by the defendants to remove tubing from the well was dangerous and that the tubing and other equipment involved was defective. We resolved difficult issues of indemnity, vicarious liability, and negligence in favor of our clients.
  • $1.1 Million
    Wrongful Death and Car Accident

    We represented the wife of a former Marine, father and foster parent, who died when he was hit head-on by a vehicle that crossed the center line.

  • $1.475 Million
    Oilfield Accident
    Our client developed chemical pneumonitis when he inhaled hazardous and toxic fumes on a well site, where an employee of the defendant company was dumping chemicals in a waste bin.
  • $2.25 million
    Car Accident and Tractor-Trailer Accident

    Our client was a passenger in a vehicle that collided with a semi-tractor on a highway. The semi-tractor driver disregarded a stop sign and blocked both lanes of travel. Our client sustained a traumatic brain injury.

  • $5 Million
    Trucking Accident

    Our client was hit by a semi-tractor and trailer that failed to yield at an intersection. Our client’s pick-up truck burst into flames and he suffered catastrophic injuries, including extensive third-degree burns, multiple fractures, and acute renal failure, that required several months in the hospital and resulted in permanent disfigurement to a large portion of his body.

  • $3 Million
    Trucking Accident & Catastrophic Injuries
    Our client was rendered quadriplegic when the truck in which he was a passenger crashed into a semi-tractor and trailer. The semi was illegally backing up on a busy state highway in the dark and in foggy conditions.