Minnesota is a No Fault state. However, people injured in car accidents and other motor vehicle collision have rights under Minnesota’s No Fault Insurance Law-and also under the Minnesota “At Fault” legal system.
Those injured in motor vehicle collision while on the job may also have rights to Workers Compensation benefits.
If the injury occurs as the result of a defect in the vehicle, the injured person may have rights under Minnesota’s products liability law.
If there is a defect in the roadway or some condition that may have caused the accident other than the other driver’s fault, there may be other types of claims that can be asserted to bring justice to the injury victim.
The No Fault Insurance Lawyers at the Schmidt Salita Law Team offer a free booklet explaining Minnesota No Fault Law and Minnesota At Fault law. The booklet is written is simple language, using a question and answer format.
The free booklet can be obtained by calling the Schmidt Salita Law Team at 952-473-4530 or e-mailing email@example.com.
The Schmidt Salita Law Team offers a free consultation with a lawyer for anyone who has suffered a personal injury and is interested in a plain-talk explanation of their legal rights under Minnesota law.