1. Four Most Common Personal Injury Claims

    Accidents are not prejudiced; they happen in all sorts of shapes, sizes, and forms. For that reason, personal injury cases have quite a bit of variance that makes them all a little bit different. There really are so many different types of cases, but we do see a few types of personal injury cases mo…Read More

  2. What is No-Fault Insurance

    In the Twin Cities area, it’s required for you to have insurance coverage on your vehicle. There are so many reasons that having insurance is beneficial, but the primary reason that we all see benefit from it is coverage that we get in the case of an accident. If you’re in a car accident and you…Read More

  3. Questions to Ask A Personal Injury Lawyer Before Hiring

    Finding the right personal injury lawyer for your case can be a challenge. Every case is different and can require specificities that you need to check with in advance. In today’s blog post, we’re going to touch on a few of the questions that you should be asking when you’re looking to hire a …Read More

  4. How Can a Personal Injury Impact Your Life

    Personal injury is a very difficult thing to deal with. Aside from the physical pain that you’re experiencing, there are countless ways that this incident will impact your life and you should be prepared for them. At Woods & Thompson P.A. we have played a part in numerous personal injury cases…Read More

  5. Types of Personal Injuries

    Personal injury cases come in all shapes and sizes. If you’re just getting familiar with the term “personal injury”, then it’s good to understand what falls under that umbrella. In today’s blog post we are going to touch on a few of the different types of personal injury and what all they …Read More

  6. Smart Phones, Dumb Driving, and the Law

    The criminal and civil consequences of distracted driving (as featured in Bench & Bar of Minnesota 11/4/16) By: Lindsay Mancini / James Gempler Crashes that involve distracted driving have risen consistently in recent years. This article examines the criminal and civil exposure arising from tex…Read More

  7. A Brief History of Insurance

    An insurance agent once told me, “if you can’t avoid it and you can’t afford it, you have to insure it.”  This statement has stuck with me over the years because of its truth.  Car crashes, tornadoes, hurricanes, disease epidemics, illness, work injuries, fires, and other calamities occur …Read More