The Schmidt-Salita Law Team, Minnesota farm accident lawyers as many years of experience in bringing justice to the victims of Personal Injury on the farm.
Douglas E. Schmidt and Dean M. Salita have 75 years combined experience in handling cases involving a multitude of personal injuries that have occurred on the farm including the following:
- Double amputation injury of the arms of a Houston County Minnesota farm boy in a power takeoff injury accident.
- Single amputation injury of a South Dakota farm girl in a feed mixer grinder.
- Amputation of a hand of a dairy farmer in a grain auger injury in Sibley County, Minnesota.
- Wrongful death of a southeastern Minnesota farmer trampled to death by a “mad cow” in a livestock receiving station.
- Serious and permanent injury to a Pipestone County woman who was injured in a sheep attack injury.
- Serious foot and ankle injury it to a Nobles County Minnesota farmer in an accident involving a grain harvester or combine.
- Hand amputation injury to a McLeod County, Minnesota farmer in a grain harvester combine injury.
- Wrongful death of a St. Peter, Minnesota, Nicolette County, young man crushed to death in a farm equipment accident.
- Brain damage and neurological damage of a Murray County farm worker exposed to agricultural chemicals.
- Injury to Sherburne County, Minnesota dairy cows due to bad feed.
- Injury to Houston County, Minnesota dairy cows due to improper balancing of feed rations.
- Injury to Washington County dairy herd due to defective milking machine.
- Injury to Pipestone County farm boy who ingested toxic chemicals.
- Injury to Nobles County Minnesota dairy herd due to defective vaccine.
- Injury to Rock County, Minnesota farmer who was injured when falling from defective ladder off on grain storage bin.
- Injury to Lyon County Minnesota elevator worker for injury to eyes resulting from being sprayed with ammonia from defective field fertilizer applicator.
Senior trial lawyer at the Schmidt-Salita Law Team, Douglas E. Schmidt, was born and raised in the farm.
“Farmers work hard from dawn to dusk and farming is dangerous business. Injured farmers deserve a lawyer that’ll work as hard as they do.”