Who We Are


About Our Law Firm


TSR Injury Law is a Minnesota personal injury law firm here to help you. We are passionate about obtaining justice for our clients following an accident that was not their fault. It is our goal to make sure you receive any compensation that is owed to you and our legal team is ready and waiting to hear from you today.
From the first consultation to the day you receive your compensation, our personal injury lawyers will be there to answer your questions. We know you are facing a difficult time in your life; that is why we are committed to providing honest legal advice in plain English. When you contact our Minnesota personal injury law firm, we will carefully investigate the details of your case, inform you of your legal options, and help you determine which approach is best for you. Whether your case goes to trial or can be settled out of court – we will strive for the best outcome possible.

Minneapolis Legal Team


At TSR Injury Law, our partners, Steve Terry, Chuck Slane, Rich Ruohonen & Nate Bjerke have been named Super Lawyers by Minnesota Law & Politics on many occasions. We have successfully resolved countless personal injury cases, often obtaining judgments several times greater than the initial amount offered by insurance companies.
We believe effective legal representation is built on more than just litigation; our personal injury lawyers believe in building solid relationships with clients, acting with compassion for their suffering, and helping them achieve their goals.
If you or your loved ones have suffered a personal injury, Call (612) TSR-TIME for a free initial consultation or submit our free consultation form and we will get back to you right away – contact us today!

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TSR Injury Law

8300 Norman Center Dr #1275
Minneapolis, MN 55437

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