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DISTRACTED DRIVING LAWS, MINNESOTA Distracted Drivers are a major cause of personal injury and wrongful death on Minnesota highways. Minnesota has the following laws against distracted driving. Texting and Web Access: Pursuant to Minnesota Traffic Laws, Minnesota Statute 169.475. it is illegal for drivers of all ages to compose, read, or send electronic messages or...
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Minnesota No Fault At Fault Injury Lawyers offer a free downloadable publication. This publication is entitled “The ABCs of Minnesota’s No Fault and At Fault Law”.  For a simple, readable, easy-to-understand explanation of Minnesota’s No Fault and At Fault Law, go to the Schmidt Salita Law Team website for this free publication. Under Minnesota’s No...
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The MINNEAPOLIS INJURY LAWYERS at the Schmidt Salita Law Team work hard to settle every case without having to file suit.  However, if the insurance company is not willing to make a settlement for a fair amount, the injury victim has no choice but to file suit to seek fair compensation. The Minneapolis Injury Lawyers...
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 Are Personal Injury Settlements Taxable? The Schmidt Salita Law Team can help you collect a fair settlement of your personal injury or wrongful death claim.  But does the victim of a personal injury or the families of the victim of wrongful death have to pay federal or state income taxes on the settlement? It is...
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What type of benefits can I get from my No-Fault Insurance Claim? If you have been injured in a motor vehicle collision, you are entitled, under Minnesota law, to receive the following benefits: a.    Medical  Expenses.    These  benefits  may  include  the  expenses  of doctors, hospitals, chiropractors, special nurses, physical therapy and prescriptions.  It may also...
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In 1974 the Minnesota Legislature passed the Minnesota No-Fault Automobile Insurance Act, which went into effect on January 1, 1975. This means every personal injury claim in the state of Minnesota has two parts: (1) No-Fault part; and (2) At-Fault part. NOTE: If you are injured while driving or riding in a motor vehicle while...
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