Minnesota law imposes upon businesses an obligation to protect the public from unsafe conditions on the business’s premises. If a business fails to exercise the legally-required duty of care and you are injured as a result, you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries. At Suk Law Firm, our attorneys employ a practical, caring approach to help our clients attain full and fair compensation for their past and future medical bills, lost income, emotional distress, and pain and suffering.
For a business to be found responsible for your accidental injuries, evidence must be shown to prove that a hazardous condition existed on the business premises and caused your injury. It must be proven that at least one of the following is true:
Depending on state law, a property owner or manager may owe different standards of care to different classes of visitors, such as business visitors or social guests. We will explain these distinctions and help you understand your probability of recovery based on the specific facts of your case.
Our attorneys consult with knowledgeable, respected experts in preparing your case. With the assistance of physicians, chiropractors and forensics engineers, our attorneys can pursue the best possible settlements. At trial, these experts need to be available to deliver clear, professional testimony so that jurors can understand not only the cause of the accident, but also the full extent of your injuries and losses.
By immediately consulting an attorney, you can help ensure the collection of valuable evidence. The lawyers at Suk Law Firm thoroughly investigate every case and usually personally visit the premises where the accident occurred to gather crucial evidence, photograph the accident scene and interview witnesses. A professional investigator may perform this task at times. With significant delay, it is possibly that you could forfeit your right to file a claim by missing deadlines set by Minnesota law.