Saint Paul Personal Injury Attorney

Serious personal injuries can be devastating to individuals and their families. Medical expenses, lost wages and physical pain can often leave victims unable to work and needing constant medical care. At TSR Injury Law, our Saint Paul personal injury lawyers offer a free consultation to determine whether you may have a valid claim for compensation and we can help to explore the legal options that may be available for your specific case.

Our firm has been representing injury victims throughout Minnesota for more than 20 years and we have obtained over $1 billion in compensation on behalf of our clients including a $2.8 million recovery for two victims of a motorcycle crash and a $1.5 million verdict for a pedestrian that was hit by a garbage truck.

Our co-founder and managing partner, Steven J. Terry received the Minnesota Award for Professional Excellence and he has also been included in Super Lawyers.

If we represent you, there are no upfront costs to pay, because we operate on contingency and only get paid if you do. The consultation also comes with no obligation.

To get started today, complete our online case evaluation form.

Am I Eligible To Recover Damages?

To accurately answer this question, we must first review how your accident occurred, along with other factors, like your damages and severity of your injuries.

We must determine if the four elements of negligence were involved in your accident:

  • Duty of Care – We must prove the defendant had a duty to act in a reasonable way to prevent harm to others. For example, a property owner has a duty of care to maintain his or her property to help prevent visitors from injuring themselves.
  • Breach of Duty – We must establish that the at-fault party acted in a way that violated his or her duty of care, such as speeding through a red light and colliding with your vehicle.
  • Causal Link – This is a challenging element to prove, because you must be able to show a link between the violation of the at-fault party’s duty of care and your injuries.
  • Damages – We must prove the injuries you sustained caused you to suffer financial, physical and emotional damages.

Learn more about whether you may be eligible to file a personal injury claim: (612) TSR-TIME

What if I Share Liability for My Accident?

You may still be able to pursue compensation, according to Minnesota’s comparative negligence law. Here is what you need to know about how this law may affect an injury claim:

  • If your assigned percentage of fault is greater than that of the defendant, you cannot collect any damages, even if you sustained serious injuries.
  • If your degree of fault is 50 percent or less, you can recover damages. However, your award will be reduced by your percentage of liability. For example, if you are 10 percent at fault and the total award is $80,000, you will receive $72,000 (less 10 percent).
  • If there are multiple parties at fault for the crash, you may still pursue compensation against any party who has a greater degree of fault for the crash than you.

We strongly recommend that you speak to a reputable attorney if you think you may have some liability for your accident. The attorneys at TSR Injury Law are prepared to review the circumstances of your situation in our free claim review.

What is My Case Worth?

No two cases are the same, and the total value of your claim can only be accurately valued after looking at all the contributing factors, including how the crash occurred and how badly you are injured.

Damages for a personal injury can generally be divided into two categories:

Economic Damages – These have a defined monetary value, such as:

  • Property damages
  • Lost wages if your injuries were severe and you needed to miss work while recovering
  • Loss of future earning capacity if you became disabled from the accident
  • Current and future medical costs, such as emergency care, surgical interventions, ongoing medical treatments, prescriptions related to your injuries and more

Non-Economic Damages – These are the physical and emotional losses from an injury, such as:

  • Emotional distress
  • Pain and suffering
  • Loss of enjoyment of life
  • Loss of companionship
  • Scarring or disfigurement

Consult with TSR Injury Law to discover what your claim may be worth: (612) TSR-TIME

Filing Deadline in Minnesota

Under Minnesota Statutes, you usually have two years to file your personal injury claim, and that time period typically begins on the date of your accident.

There are some exceptions that may modify that deadline. Sometimes you may have significantly less time to file, such as if you are pursuing a claim against a government entity (you have only 180 days to provide notice of your). There are other factors that could affect your statute of limitations, such as if you were a minor injured in an accident. In that scenario, your two-year clock would not begin until your 18th birthday.

If you are unsure what your filing deadlines are, or whether that time period may already have passed, we encourage you to speak with a licensed attorney immediately. If you miss your deadline, you may be unable to pursue a claim for damages.

Who May Be Liable in a Personal Injury Claim?

Depending on the type of accident you were involved, there can be various liable parties, including:

  • Drivers who were responsible for your car crash
  • Truck drivers
  • Various government entities (local, state, federal)
  • Residential or commercial property owners
  • Manufacturing companies, if there were defective products involved in your accident
  • Dog owners or handlers
  • Residential, long-term care or other types of nursing home facilities
  • School or commercial bus operators
  • Physicians or other health care professionals

What Types of Personal Injury Cases Do You Handle?

At TSR Injury Law, our St. Paul attorneys are qualified to handle a variety of personal injury cases, including:

  • Auto accidents
  • Boat accidents
  • Dog bite injuries
  • Mesothelioma
  • Motorcycle crashes
  • Nursing home abuse
  • Slip and fall accidents
  • Commercial truck or bus accidents
  • Work place injuries
  • And more

If you are suffering from injuries sustained in an accident caused by another’s negligence, we may be able to help you recover damages. Contact our office today to schedule your free legal consultation and get answers to your questions about personal injury claims.

Our phone and chat lines are available 24/7. (612) TSR-TIME

How a Lawyer May Benefit Your Claim

If you are recovering after being injured in an accident, it can be overwhelming to try to understand the complexities of how to file a personal injury claim.

This is why we offer a free consultation for injured victims. If we determine that you have a case, there are many steps we are prepared to take to help obtain justice and compensation:

  • Manage the entire investigation, including working to gather strong evidence that supports a strong argument
  • Handle all communication with the insurance company and any other parties involved in the accident. This is extremely important, because you will have an advocate to protect you against the tricks that insurers use to try to reduce the value of a claim.
  • Negotiate with the insurance providers or other attorneys to help you get fair compensation for your injuries.

Our personal injury lawyers welcome the opportunity to review the specifics of your accident and determine whether you may have a valid personal injury case. We want you to focus on recovering and getting back to your life.

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First Steps After An Accident

Accidents are unexpected, and many injured victims are in a state of shock immediately afterwards. It is best to try and remain calm and focus on getting help for anyone who may be injured, including yourself.

Here are some other steps you can take, or have someone help you with, in case you are considering a claim to recover damages:

  • Call the police, or 9-1-1 to create an official record of the accident and to get first responders on the scene
  • Save all receipts and bills for any medical treatments you receive
  • Hold onto all prescription receipts
  • Get copies of all related medical records, X-rays. scans and diagnostic reports
  • Obtain contact details of anyone who may have witnessed your accident
  • Take pictures of the accident scene from a safe vantage point
  • Photograph your injuries right after the crash and as they heal
  • Provide detailed employment records, such as paystubs and number of hours typically worked

Make sure that you keep your medical appointments as you continue to heal and until your treatment concludes. Your insurance company may use missed appointments as an opportunity to discredit the severity of your injuries.

Contact A Saint Paul Personal Injury Lawyer Today

Injury victims often endure long recovery times and ongoing financial stress related to the cost of treating their injury and a reduction in income when they cannot work or must work less.

At TSR Injury Law, we have more than two decades of experience in handling personal injury claims, and we have successfully recovered $300 million in compensation for injured victims in Ramsey County and throughout the state of Minnesota.

We understand the difficulties faced by injury victims and are prepared to help you pursue all compensation you may be eligible to receive. We want to allow you to focus on your family and your recovery.

Call TSR Injury Law today to see how we may be able to help you. Free consultation and no upfront fees. Phone: (612) TSR-TIME

Minneapolis Personal Injury Attorney

Being injured in an accident can lead to physical, emotional and financial hardship. When accidents are caused by the negligence of another, victims may be eligible to seek compensation for their injuries and other losses.

At TSR Injury Law, we understand the serious nature of these incidents and have provided legal counsel for victims and families throughout the state of Minnesota for more than 20 years. Our team of award-winning personal injury lawyers have recovered over $1 billion in compensation on behalf of our clients and we welcome the opportunity to review the merits of your personal injury damages claim.

There are no upfront fees for our legal services and we only get paid when we obtain a recovery on your behalf.

For your free consultation call (612) TSR-TIME or locally at (612) 444-6330.

How Can I Find Out if I Have a Personal Injury Lawsuit in Minneapolis?

When pursuing compensation in a personal injury lawsuit, it must be proven that the at-fault party caused and/or contributed to an incident that resulted in plaintiff suffering an injury. Building a case to prove this can be complex and time consuming, where many injury victims are unable to fully investigate all of the details that may be associated with their incident.

At TSR Injury Law, our legal team can review the available information and evaluate if there are sufficient grounds to file a damages lawsuit. If you have a case and decide to move forward, our team of lawyers, paralegals, case managers and investigators can begin to build the case and gather evidence to help us prove the four elements of negligence, which include:

  • Duty of care – It must be proven that the other party owed you a duty of care to behave in a reasonable manner to keep from causing you to suffer an injury. For instance, a motorist must not engage in distracting or reckless behavior such as speeding or eating while driving.
  • Breach of duty – It must be proven that the other party failed to abide by the duty of care and caused you to suffer an injury. For instance, a truck driver who is driving while under the influence of drugs or alcohol is breaching his or her duty of care.
  • Causal link between the breach of duty and your injuries – It must be proven that the breach of duty is directly linked to the accident and your injuries. For instance, had the dog owner properly fenced in his dog, it would not have escaped and bitten you, causing you to suffer a serious puncture wound.
  • Damages suffered – It must be proven that you suffered damages, which may include medical expenses, lost wages and/or property damage.

Personal injuries may result from many different situations, including:

Our licensed Minneapolis personal injury attorneys have many years of legal experience building strong cases on behalf of our clients. Our firm is ready to take your call 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Free Consultation. Ph: (612) TSR-TIME.

What Is My Minneapolis Personal Injury Case Worth?

If you are considering filing a personal injury claim, there are different forms of compensation that may be available after a car accident, dog bite, slip and fall, or any other injury-causing event.

However, the damages you may be awarded will depend on how your injuries have affected you financially, physically and mentally. It must be established that the accident resulted in damages and the damages were necessary and reasonable. As each case is unique, we encourage contacting an injury lawyer at our firm to review your specific situation.

Depending on your circumstances, you may be eligible to recover compensation for the following:

Medical Care

The cost of medical care after an accident can be significant. You may be seeking reimbursement for treatment you have already received or compensation for the estimated cost of future medical care needed to aid in your recovery. In Minnesota, you may be able to recover the following medical-related losses:

  • Medical and surgical treatments
  • Dental services
  • Chiropractic care
  • Prosthetic devices
  • Prescription medications
  • Ambulance services
  • Travel expenses to and from doctor visits
  • Medical imaging and testing
  • Rehabilitation and physical expenses
  • Medical equipment, such as wheelchairs

Property Damage

Damage to property may also be a consideration in a damages calculation. Based on the extent of damage done to your personal property, you may be eligible to recover compensation to replace or repair the property for the fair market value. This could include reimbursement for damage done to a motor vehicle in a car, motorcycle or truck accident.

Loss of Income

Many victims are unable to get back to work as quickly as they would like to following an injury. The accident may have had an impact on salary and other forms of income. This includes income you have already lost from missed time at work as well as income you may have been able to earn in the future, had you not been in an accident. You may be able to recover lost wages and loss of earning capacity based on the severity of your injury.

Pain and Suffering

Injury victims may also experience physical pain and discomfort from the date of the accident and also, pain and discomfort that may be need to be endured in the future. As these damages are difficult to monetize, calculating their value may require a detailed evaluation of the emotional pain the accident caused. If you have a case, you may be reimbursed for the following:

  • Mental anguish
  • Emotional distress
  • Loss of quality or enjoyment of life
  • Fear
  • Anger
  • Depression
  • Shock
  • Anxiety
  • Loss of companionship
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
  • Loss of appetite
  • Disability or disfigurement

Punitive damages may be available under Minnesota law, but they are rarely awarded. These damages are awarded only if your attorney can prove the at-fault party showed a deliberate disregard to cause harm to others. A Minneapolis personal injury lawyer at our firm is ready to review your situation and determine the value of your injuries.

To schedule a free consultation, call (612) TSR-TIME.

What Are The Benefits of Hiring an Injury Lawyer?

Personal injury victims that are represented by a licensed personal injury lawyer recover more financial compensation compared to victims that have no legal representation.

At TSR Injury Law, we also have access to medical experts and other industry specialists to help us strengthen your claim and establish the full value of your damages. We can reconstruct the scene of the accident, take steps to preserve important evidence, and prepare your case for trial if the insurance company does not offer fair compensation.

Injury victims often face mounting medical bills and other related expenses and may believe they cannot afford to seek legal representation. However, our firm offers free consultations so that we can review your claim and determine the legal options available to you to see if you are eligible for compensation for your injury.  If you have a case, we work on a contingency fee basis, which means that you only pay us if we help you win.

Our legal team has years of experience recovering millions in verdicts and settlements for our clients. We know what it takes to thoroughly investigate accidents, collect strong evidence, analyze your injuries, and communicate with the insurance company on your behalf in order to seek just and fair compensation for you and your family.

It’s also important to note that while our lawyers have many years of experience taking cases to trial, most cases do not actually go to court — at least not for a lengthy trial. The vast majority of cases are settled outside of court before a lawsuit is even filed. Even if a trial is imminent, many lawyers will force mediation or arbitration before a jury is ever selected.

In Minneapolis – Am I Responsible If I am Partially At-Fault for Causing an Accident?

Being partially responsible for the accident can affect how much compensation you may be able to receive. The state of Minnesota follows a comparative fault rule. The rule allows victims to seek compensation only if they were less at fault than the other party (no more than 50 percent).

Any damages recovered will be reduced by the amount of fault attributed to the victim. For instance, if you were found to be 30 percent responsible for causing the accident, your reward amount would be reduced by 30 percent. If you are more than 50 percent at fault, you will be barred from seeking compensation.

For more information on how this law could impact your claim, contact a qualified Minneapolis personal injury attorney today. We welcome the opportunity discuss your legal options during a free consultation.

Need Some Help? (612) TSR-TIME.

How Much Time Do I Have to File a Personal Injury Lawsuit in Minneapolis, MN?

In Minnesota, most personal injury victims have just two years from the date of the accident to file a lawsuit. If you fail to file before those two years pass, you may be unable to file a lawsuit.

However, there can be certain exceptions to this law. For example, if the injured person is a minor at the time of the accident, the statute of limitations is extended to the minors 18th birthday. There is another exception for lawsuits against government entities – victims must file a notice of claim within only 180 days of their injury.

If you have any questions about the statute of limitations or are unsure if your time to file has passed, we recommend that you reach out to one of our Minneapolis personal injury attorneys.

How Long Does The Legal Process Take To Resolve a Personal Injury Lawsuit in MN?

The duration of a personal injury lawsuit depends on many factors, including:

  • The complexity of the case.
  • The availability of evidence.
  • The number of witnesses called to testify.
  • Whether the decision is appealed.

For more information call (612) TSR-TIME or submit our free consultation form.

How Should I Handle The Insurance Company After My Injury?

Soon after you have been injured in an accident, you will likely be contacted by one or more insurance companies. The insurance company’s goal is to gather as much information as possible to use against you when you open a claim to pursue compensation for your injuries.

It is important that you choose your words carefully in order to protect your best interests. Saying the wrong thing can have a negative impact on your claim.

You can decline to speak to the insurance company until you have talked to an attorney. You can also allow your attorney to deal with the insurance company on your behalf.

If you decide to speak to the insurance adjuster, refrain from giving more details than necessary.

Statements NOT to make to a representative of the insurance company may include the following:

  • Apologizing or admitting fault
  • Speculating or offering your opinion about what happened
  • Lying or exaggerating about your injuries
  • Giving any details about the extent of your injuries

Insurance companies will try to use anything you say to try to deny or devalue your claim. This is why many accident victims let an experienced attorney deal with them.  TSR Injury Law’s Minneapolis personal injury lawyers have dealt with many insurance companies and know how to protect the value of a claim.

What Are The Most Important Steps to Take After Sustaining a Serious Injury?

What you do immediately following an accident can have a huge impact on your personal injury claim. Consulting with a lawyer is just one of many essential steps we encourage you to take in order to protect a potential legal claim for compensation. Other important actions include:

  1. Seeking medical attention – Even if your injuries are minor, obtain medical treatment because many injuries may not become apparent until days or even weeks later. A doctor can evaluate the severity of your injuries, how long it may take for those injuries to heal and provide the proper treatment.
  2. Contacting the authorities – Get the police involved so they can assess and document the incident. Having an official police report can be a reliable piece of evidence that may help validate your claim.
  3. Gathering vital information – If your injuries allow and you will not be putting yourself in more danger, be sure to gather the contact information from all parties involved, including their names, addresses and phone numbers as well as their driver’s license numbers, license plate numbers and the name of the insurance company. The more information you gather, the better.
  4. Taking photographs – If it is possible, take lots of pictures on your cellphone of any visible injuries, torn clothing, the location of the accident, property damage, or anything else you think is relevant.
  5. Collecting witness statements – Take notes and collect contact information from anyone who may have witnessed the incident. He or she may have seen something that you were unable to in the moments before and after suffering an injury.

Contact Our Minneapolis Personal Injury Lawyers Today

If you or a loved one have become the victim of a personal injury, do not hesitate to contact a Minneapolis personal injury lawyer at our firm. You may be eligible to recover compensation for your past and future medical bills, lost wages from missed time at work, and pain and suffering, and more.

There are no upfront costs or fees if we take on your personal injury case and we only get paid when you win.

Our office is conveniently located within two miles from the Hennepin County Southdale Service Center.

Call our team at (612) TSR-TIME, locally at (612) 444-6330 or fill out our Free Case Evaluation form.

Bloomington Personal Injury Lawyer

The damage from a serious personal injury can be life changing. Many injury victims face multiple surgeries, months of physical therapy, lost wages, mounting medical expenses and more. Some victims never fully recover.

At TSR Injury Law, we understand the emotional and physical pain our injured clients face and we have been helping Minnesota injury victims for more than 20 years. We have an established record of success including a $1,536,921 verdict for a pedestrian in a wheelchair that was struck by a garbage truck and a settlement of $600,000 for a pedestrian that suffered a traumatic brain injury.

Our co-founder and managing partner Steve Terry is a former president of the Minnesota Association for Justice and is a recipient of the Minnesota Award for Professional Excellence.

To find out if you have a case, contact a Bloomington personal injury lawyer at our firm for a free, no obligation consultation. Our services are provided on a contingency fee basis which means that there are no upfront fees if we take on your case and we only get paid if we successfully obtain compensation on your behalf.

Set up your free consultation today at (612) TSR-TIME.

Do I Have a Case?

During your free consultation, our lawyers will be able be able to determine if you have sufficient grounds to file a personal injury lawsuit. To do so, four key elements must be established:

  1. Duty of care – It must be proven that the at-fault party or entity had a duty of care to act reasonably and prevent harm to others. For example, a grocery store manager has a duty to place wet floor caution signs to indicate a spill or mopped floor. Drivers have a duty of care to obey traffic laws to prevent crashes, and property managers have a duty to replace light fixtures in darkened stairways.
  2. Breach of duty of care – We need to show that the at-fault party breached his or her duty of care by acting carelessly or failing to act. Examples of this could include not placing warning signs of a hazard in walkway or running a red light and causing a collision.
  3. Causation – There must be a link between the breach of duty of care and your injuries. This means: if the at-fault party had upheld the duty of care, you would have not been harmed.
  4. Damages – Lastly, your lawyer must prove that the injuries you suffered from the breach of duty of care caused you to suffer financially, physically, or emotionally.

If these four elements can be proven, you may have a case. Our attorneys have many years of experience investigating accidents to gather evidence of negligence. We also have extensive knowledge of state laws that are often violated in personal injury accidents.

What if I Share Fault in the Accident?

In many cases, insurance companies or the at-fault party’s lawyer may claim that accident victims share fault for the accident. Unless your attorney can prove otherwise, insurance companies and juries may use Minnesota’s comparative negligence law to try to reduce the value of your claim.

This law says accident victims who are 50 percent or less at fault can recover compensation in an injury claim, but the total amount of any award they receive must be reduced by the victim’s percentage of fault. If the victim is 51 percent or more at fault, he or she is prohibited from recovering any compensation, no matter how severely they are injured.

Contact an experienced Bloomington personal injury lawyer to find out if you could be eligible to seek compensation.

How Much is My Case Worth?

The value of personal injury cases is often dependent on the severity of the injuries the victim suffered and the amount of property damage involved. As each case is unique, it is important to discuss your situation with a lawyer to learn the potential value of your damages.

If we determine that you have a valid case, and you hire our attorneys, we are committed to pursuing both compensation for economic and noneconomic damages you have experienced. These may include the following:

Economic Damages

These damages cover the financial losses you suffered as a result of your injuries. This may include:

  • Lost wages from missing days at work
  • Loss of your earning capacity and what you could have potentially made had you not been injured
  • Medical expenses like surgeries, rehabilitation, assistive medical equipment and prescription medication

Our attorneys may be able to pursue compensation for past, current and future medical bills.

Noneconomic Damages

These types of damages cover the mental and psychological toll of a personal injury. This may include the following:

  • Disability and disfigurement
  • Mental distress
  • Pain and suffering
  • Loss of enjoyment of life
  • Loss of companionship

A Bloomington personal injury lawyer can review the damages that may be available for your injury.

Why Should I Hire a Lawyer?

Cases that are handled by a personal injury lawyer result in compensation recoveries that are greater compared to those where the plaintiff does not have legal representation.

An experienced lawyer understands state and federal laws and how they may apply to your situation. He or she can help you build a strong case, handle investigations and communicate with other involved parties, including the insurance company.

Gathering Evidence

You need strong evidence to prove your claim. Our attorneys at TSR Injury Law know how to gather supportive evidence to help us establish the elements of negligence. We can do this by taking photos or video of the accident scene, collecting statements from witnesses who can testify on your behalf, and gathering medical and police reports that connect your injuries to the accident.

Negotiating a Fair Settlement

Our experienced Bloomington personal injury attorneys understand that insurance companies do not look out for your best interests. Insurance adjusters use certain tactics to try to get accident victims to admit fault and lower the value of their claim. Our lawyers are aware of these tactics and can protect your claim from them.

Dealing with the insurance company on your own is a bad idea because insurance companies have a lot of experience manipulating accident victims. By hiring a lawyer, you can focus on treating your injuries and trying to get better.

What is the Deadline for Filing an Injury Claim?

If you have been injured in an accident, it is important that you act quickly. In Minnesota, personal injury cases have a two-year time limit to take legal action. The clock begins ticking immediately after the accident that caused your injury or from the date that you discovered your injury. Also, insurance companies may have their own deadlines for filing a claim.

If your claim is against a government entity, you must file a notice of claim within just 180 days of the accident. Alternatively, if you were a minor at the time of the accident, the two-year statute of limitations will not begin to run until you reach the age of 18.

However, every case is different and there may be certain exceptions. We recommend that you contact a licensed Bloomington personal injury lawyer from our firm to discuss if any of these exceptions may apply to your potential lawsuit.

Get in touch with one of our lawyers today by calling (612) TSR-TIME.

Types of Personal Injury Cases We Handle

Our Bloomington personal injury lawyers at TSR Injury Law are prepared to handle a wide variety of accident cases:

If you have been injured in an accident caused by negligence and are seeking compensation, reach out to our team of experienced lawyers today for a chance to discuss your claim.

Steps to Take Following an Accident

In the aftermath of an accident, there are certain steps you can take that may protect your claim.

  • Seeking immediate medical attention – Your health is of the utmost importance and even if you feel you are fine, it is important to get a proper diagnosis of your condition. The medical documentation your physician provides will also help link your injuries to the accident.
  • Taking photos of the scene – If your injury allows, it is important to gather evidence while it is still fresh. This includes taking photos from every angle of the scene, bloodied or torn clothing, your injuries, and property damage.
  • Reporting the accident – If you were in a car accident, be sure to file a report with Bloomington’s police department. If you were injured in a retail or grocery store, inform the manager on duty, who can then complete an accident report. Having official documentation of an accident is very important because insurance companies and at-fault parties will try to dispute what happened.
  • Collect witness statements – If anyone witnessed your accident, ask them what they saw. With their permission, you can record a video of your conversation on your smartphone or write notes. Be sure to collect their contact information so that your lawyer or insurers can validate the testimony they provided.
  • Keep a personal injury journal – Recording the progress of your recovery in a journal can be beneficial to your claim and can be used as evidence. You can keep track of your medical appointments, prescription medications, and the level of discomfort and pain you may feel. You can also make note of the days missed from work because of your injury.
  • Contacting a lawyer – An experienced lawyer can walk you through the legal process and determine the best course of action for your situation.

Experienced Bloomington Personal Injury Lawyers

Accidents can take a significant toll on the health and finances of victims and their families. Seeking help from a lawyer that understands how to build a strong case for your damages lawsuit can be an important step in the recovery process.

At TSR Injury Law, our team has decades of combined experience handling personal injury cases. We know how important a compensation recovery can be for injury victims that are trying to obtain the treatment they need and to pay their bills.

Contact us by phone or visit our office at 7760 France Ave South, Suite 820, which is just minutes from the Mall of America. We offer a free consultation and do not charge for our services unless we obtain compensation for your case.

Call TSR Injury Law at (612) TSR-TIME or fill out a Free Case Evaluation form today.