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SOUTHWEST MINNESOTA INJURY LAWYERS

the personal injury lawyers on the Schmidt Salida lot team circle is throughout the state of Minnesota, but especially those victims of personal injury and wrongful death and Southwest Minnesota.

The Schmidt Salita lawyers have over 70 years experience in representing personal injury victims from car accidents, trucking accidents, and workplace accidents. That experience includes the representation of many clients in the Southwest corner of the State of Minnesota, including Nobles County, Jackson County, Cottonwood County, Martin County, Murray County, Rock County, Pipestone County, Lincoln County, Lyon County, and Redwood County and the cities and towns of Worthington, Fairmont, Jackson, Luverne, Pipestone, Slayton, Marshall, Windom, Redwood Falls, Gaylord and New Ulm.

Case examples include the following:

-$2.1 million settlement in a semitruck collision near Fairmont, Minnesota in the Martin County.

-$600,000 settlement in Redwood County case near Redwood Falls.

-$457,570 settlement in Murray County case, near Slayton and Chandler, Minnesota.

Douglas Schmidt has produced large settlements and jury verdicts in agricaultural cases as well, including the following:

-$52 million settlement in class action for farmers against Chubb Insurance regarding a “rain insurance” policy.

-$600,000 settlement for farmers from Nobles, Jackson, Cottonwood, Murray and Rock County against Ciba-Geigy which was set for trial in the Jackson County Courthouse in Jackson, Minnesota.

-$1.4 million jury verdict for Nobles County dairy farmer regarding defective vaccine.

Douglas Schmidt was born and raised on a farm in Jackson County.  He practiced law in Worthington for 10 years before moving to the Minneapolis area.  He continues to represent clients from Southwest Minnesota.