Car Accidents

Car crashes can be life-altering. Who pays your medical bills? Who pays your wage loss? Who pays for the damage to your vehicle? How can you be reasonably compensated for all of the pain, suffering and other losses you will suffer if your injuries are permanent?  

 

It is crucial that you find an attorney who understands not only all of the benefits available to you but also the procedural requirements necessary to successfully litigate your case. I have been representing injured car crash victims just like you since 1984. Call me now for your free initial consultation. Let me help you put your life back together.

DISCLAIMER: 

The answers to the following frequently asked questions do accurately summarize Minnesota law. However, these answers are not intended to be an exhaustive discussion of the law and should not be relied upon or considered as legal advice. Every case is different. The benefits payable to you will depend upon the unique circumstances of your situation. Please contact me today for a free initial consultation concerning your case. I am happy to answer all of your questions for free.

Car Accident Questions

Property Damage Questions

Who pays for the damage to my car?

Can I get my deductible back from the driver who caused the accident?

Can I have my car repaired wherever I want?

What if the cost to repair my car is more than my car was worth?

What if the amount I am offered for my car is not enough?

What if I need to rent a car while my car is being repaired?

No-fault Insurance Questions

What if I was not driving or riding in my own car when the accident happened? Who pays my benefits?

What benefits are payable by my no-fault insurer?

How do I apply for payment of no-fault benefits?

What do I need to know about medical expense benefits?

What do I need to know about wage loss benefits?

What do I need to know about replacement service loss benefits?

What do I need to know about vocational rehabilitation benefits?

Are there limits to my benefits?

My insurer has scheduled an appointment for me to be examined by a doctor of their choice, called an “IME.” What is this and do I really have to go?

How do I sue my no-fault insurer if they refuse to pay my benefits?

If I decide to continue to treat after my no-fault insurer cuts off my benefits, am I liable for the bills?

If I decide to continue to treat after my no-fault insurer cuts off my benefits, can I use my health insurance?

Liability Claim Questions

When can I sue the driver who caused my accident?

What damages can I recover from the driver who caused my accident?

What if I was partially at fault for the accident?

What if I was a passenger. Can I sue the driver of the car I was riding in?

What if the driver who caused my accident was uninsured?

What if my damages exceed the amount of insurance carried by the driver who caused my accident?

What if the driver who caused my accident fled the scene and I don’t know who they are?

Please reload

2575 Hamline Avenue North, Suite D Roseville, MN 55113

(651) 636-1900

  • LinkedIn Clean

© 2019 Law Office of David C. Wulff. All rights reserved.