Compensation For Personal Injury Claims
If you are like most people who have suffered serious injuries due to someone else’s negligence, you want to be compensated for the damages and losses you’ve sustained. You want the person responsible for the accident to be held liable for the costs, and you want this to happen as quickly as possible so you can move on with your life. The challenge is that none of these things will happen on their own. You need a strong, experienced team of lawyers to fight for you and get the compensation you need and deserve.
At Johnson, Larson & Peterson, P.A., that is exactly what we do. We will look at every aspect of your situation and determine whether you have a claim, and if so, we will fight aggressively to get the results you need. For more than 100 years, our law firm has served clients in Buffalo and throughout the surrounding counties of Minnesota. We are a trusted resource for personal injury representation in Minnesota.
Providing Aggressive Legal Representation In A Range Of Personal Injury Matters
We represent clients in cases involving:
- Motor vehicle accidents – car, truck, motorcycle, pedestrian, bicycle and other auto accident claims
- Premises liability – slip-and-fall, inadequate security, staircase and elevator claims
- Medical malpractice – birth injury, surgical error, medication error, anesthesia error and failure to diagnose
- Product liability – faulty power tools, lawn and garden equipment, kitchen appliances, auto parts and children’s paraphernalia
This is just a small sampling of the type of cases we can handle for you. If you have been hurt in any way as a result of someone else’s negligence, talk with an attorney from our firm. We can help you.
Preparing For Trial
We prepare every case for trial. Our attorneys go to the accident scene, interview witnesses and make sure we have a strong case under the law. By taking this approach, we are always ready if a case needs to be litigated. But this approach also benefits us in settlement negotiations. By knowing what to expect at trial, we have a strong and accurate guideline to establish what constitutes an acceptable settlement offer, which prevents us from taking anything less than what our clients’ cases are worth. Further, when the other side knows we are ready to go to court, they become much more amicable about the process and are more willing to make a reasonable offer.