$5 MILLION SETTLEMENTS IN REAR-ENDER CAR ACCIDENTS.
MINNEAPOLIS INJURY LAWYERS at the Schmidt Salita Law Team have recently settled car accident injury claims of more than $5 million dollars where the injuries were caused by the fault of the driver that “rear-ended” the car in which the Schmidt-Salita client was a passenger.
REAR END COLLISIONS ARE A MAJOR CAUSE OF MINNESOTA CAR ACCIDENTS.
Nearly 80% of the car accident cases handled by the Schmidt Salita Law Team have involved rear-end collisions. Rear end collisions cause whiplash injuries and concussion injuries. The force of the rear end collision caused significant trauma of the neck and back of the victim. It sometimes causes trauma to the brain as it is smashed back and forth inside the skull, causing a brain concussion injury resulting in chronic Post Concussion Syndrome, a form of mild Traumatic Brain Injury (mTBI).
WHIPLASH INJURIES CAN RESULT IN PERMANENT DISABILITY.
Whiplash injuries are no joke! Whiplash injuries can involve permanent damage to the muscles, ligaments, nerves, and intervertebral discs of the neck and back. In some cases, surgery is required. In other cases, physical therapy and injection therapy is needed long-term. In other cases, the injury victim simply lives on for many years with the misery of chronic neck and back pain. The American Medical Association has declared low back pain as the #1 cause of disability and medical bills in the US workforce.
CONCUSSION INJURIES CAN RESULT IN PERMANENT DISABILITY.
Concussion injuries can result in Post Concussion Syndrome which can result in permanent disability due to long-term cognitive, vision, balance, and psychological disabilities.
The Schmidt Salita Law Team Handles a Wide Variety of Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Claims.
The Schmidt Salita Law Team handles cases involving car accidents, trucking accidents, motorcycle accidents, pedestrian car accidents, and bicycle accidents. It has many years’ experience in workers , products liability and medical malpractice cases.
The Schmidt Salita Law Team has extensive experience with concussion injuries, traumatic brain injuries, neck and back injuries, whiplash injuries, broken bones, injured joint injuries (knee, hip, shoulder, wrist, ankle, spinal), amputation injuries, and vision and eye injuries.
The Schmidt Salita Law Team has offices through out the State of Minnesota. Its primary location is at Ridgedale Office Center in Minnetonka, near the intersection of I394 and I494. The offices offer handicap accessible with ample parking.
The Schmidt Salita Team Offers Contingent Fee Arrangements.
The firm offers contingent fee agreements (You don’t pay lawyers fees until you collect and then only as a percentage of the settlement). It also offers home and hospital visits to clients whose injuries present difficulty in coming to the office.
“PERSONAL INJURY WITH PERSONAL ATTENTION TO EACH CASE”.
The Schmidt Salita Law Team has locations throughout the Twin Cities metropolitan area of Minneapolis and St. Paul, as well as Minnetonka, Maple Grove, Plymouth, Osseo, Anoka, Coon Rapids, Brooklyn Center, Fridley, Blaine, Shoreview, Woodbury, Falcon Heights, Columbia Park, Stillwater, Hastings, Inver Grove, Cottage Grove, South St. Paul, Apple Valley, Eagan, Burnsville, Savage, Shakopee, Richfield, Bloomington, Chaska, Chanhassen, Edina, Eden Prairie, and Hopkins.
Courage Center (Courage Kenny): www.allinahealth.org/Health-Conditions-and-Treatments/Neurology/Concussions-in-sports
Minnesota Brain Injury Alliance: www.braininjurymn.org
Mayo Clinic: http://www.mayo.edu/research/centers-programs/traumatic-brain-injury-program/overview
HCMC Traumatic Brain Injury Center: http://www.hcmc.org/clinics/TraumaticBrainInjuryCenter/HCMC_CLINICS_448
REM Minnesota: http://www.remminnesota.com/standard/services.aspx?guid=0c1ec69e-9dcd-4523-8e8d-07db15138208
Regions Hospital Rehabilitation: http://www.regionshospital.com/rh/specialties/rehabilitation-institute/
MN Department of Education: http://www.education.state.mn.us/MDE/EdExc/SpecEdClass/DisabCateg/TraumBrainInj/index.html