Your Saint Paul Motor Vehicle Collision Attorney

Motor vehicle collisions are common and can be very dangerous.  According to the Bureau of Transportation Statistics, in 2007 alone there were over 6 million car collisions in the United States.  In the same year nearly 2.5 million people were injured and over 40,000 people were killed in car collisions.  Minnesotans are also subject to the increased risks of winter driving.

Suffering injuries in a car crash can be a traumatic and stressful event with long-lasting repercussions.  The initial days and weeks following a crash can be particularly stressful, as medical bills start appearing in the mail, insurance company representatives are calling, and you are asked to fill out confusing forms.  On top of this, people injured in crashes can suffer many types of harms and losses including:

  • Physical pain
  • Physical disfigurement and scarring
  • Mental and emotional suffering and distress
  • Depression
  • Loss of income due to disability
  • Loss of future earning capacity due to disability
  • Bills for medical/chiropractic/therapeutic treatment and diagnostic testing
  • Damage to vehicle and other property
  • Cost of transportation to and from doctors’ appointments


We Can Help

Given the frequency and potentially life-altering consequences of crashes, it is important for injured parties to understand their rights and to take measures to protect their interests.  If you were injured in a motor vehicle collision and have experienced any or all of the above, you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries.  It is important that you contact an attorney as soon as possible so they can help protect your interests right from the start.

Alleviate your stress and anxiety by allowing someone else to fight for you.  There is no better way to protect your rights than by hiring an experienced attorney who has handled many similar cases in the past.

Attorney Bradley Simon has represented hundreds of individuals who have been involved in all types of car crashes.  We know the tactics that insurance companies use to avoid paying benefits to injured parties.  You can rely on Simon Law Office to fight to protect your rights.

Contact our office here, or call us at 651-797-4017 to set up an appointment for a free consultation.   As always, you don’t pay us anything unless we obtain a recovery.  For more information, or for frequently asked questions, see our resources page.

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