Minneapolis Personal Injury Attorney—Minnesota Car Accident Lawyers
If you or a loved one has been injured in an accident that was not your fault, getting your life back to where it was before the accident may seem like an overwhelming task. In addition to focusing on your physical recovery, you may also find yourself:
- pressured by insurance adjusters who want you to accept less than fair value for your loss;
- suffering from depression or anxiety related to the accident;
- and you may also be struggling financially because the accident has caused you to lose a significant source of income.
My name is Christopher Kuhlman, and these are just some of the issues that my clients have struggled with before contacting me. If you have been injured in an accident due to another person’s negligence, please call me today to set up a free confidential consultation so that we can discuss your matter and how I may be able to help you. Below are some of the types of cases I take on:
- Car Accidents
- Bicycle Accidents
- Slip and Fall Accidents / Injuries
- Wrongful Death Accidents
As a Twin Cities’ personal injury lawyer, I fight to ensure that individuals harmed through the negligence of others are fully and fairly compensated for their injuries so that they can move forward with their lives. Below are some of the types of damages that victims of accidents may be entitled to:
- Medical Expenses. A Minnesota personal injury lawyer can help to get all of your medical expenses covered, including doctor’s bills, chiropractic bills, acupuncture bills, physical therapy expenses, and any other expenses you incurred related to your medical treatment.
- Future Medical Expenses. If your injury is serious enough, you may need continued medical treatment long after the accident has occurred. If your injury warrants future care, an aggressive personal injury attorney can obtain a monetary amount to cover such anticipated future medical expenses.
- Pain and Suffering. An injury can cause incredible pain and discomfort immediately and long after it has occurred. Pain and suffering damages are designed to compensate you for the pain you have had to endure as a result of the accident.
- Mental Anguish. In addition to the physical pain related to the injury, you may be suffering emotionally from the accident as well. It is not uncommon for accident victims to have recurring nightmares, fears or anxiety related to the accident, or depression.
- Lost Wages. If you have been seriously injured in an accident and cannot go to work as a result of your injuries, you likely will lose significant income. Lost wages damages can help to compensate you for this loss.
- Future Wage Loss / Loss of Earning Capacity. If your accident was so severe, you may never be able to return to work again or in a diminished capacity. If this is the case, you may be entitled to monetary compensation for future wage loss stemming from the accident.
- Property Damage. If your car or your other personal property has been damaged as a result of another person’s negligence, a personal injury attorney can help you to obtain a monetary payment to compensate you for your property loss.
- Punitive Damage. If the person who injured you did so purposefully or with gross indifference towards you or anyone else, an experienced personal injury lawyer may be able to help you obtain punitive damages to “punish” the individual who purposefully harmed you.
If you have been injured in an accident in Minnesota through no fault of your own, contact Kuhlman Law, PLLC for a free confidential consultation immediately. If I accept your case, I will represent you in obtaining a favorably settlement, or if necessary, arguing your case to a jury.