When you’ve sustained a personal injury, it can be difficult to know what to do next in order to receive the care and compensation you deserve. At Woods & Thompson, P.A. in the Twin Cities, we serve as personal injury lawyers to represent those struggling to receive a proper settlement after an accident. If you’ve been in an auto accident, slip and fall accident, have a child who has sustained an injury, you’ve sustained a dog bite injury, or have any other personal injury, we may be able to help you. Read our blog for more information about what to do after an accident and how a personal injury lawyer can help.

  1. How to Cope With Emotional Trauma Following an Auto Accident

    While people often think about the physical injuries that come with auto accidents, it is important to consider emotional health, too. They can be easy to ignore at first due to the heat of the moment and the need to address physical injuries first, but if we ignore them for too long, they can play …Read More

  2. 10 Truck Driving Tips For Winter Weather

    When the temperatures plunge and snow begins to fall, even the most experienced truck drivers can experience a difficult time when managing icy roads. Not only is poor visibility incredibly difficult to manage on its own, but reduced traction on the roads makes the job even harder. In today’s entr…Read More

  3. Impacts of Alcohol on the Driver’s Brain

    You likely already know that drinking and driving is never a good choice, yet drunk driving crash statistics consistently show that thousands of Americans continue to make this same mistake year after year. A big part of this issue is the fact that many drivers believe that they are okay and know th…Read More

  4. What to Know About Fall Risks on the Job

    Fall risks are common in many different jobs, but especially those where ladders and other dangerous pieces of equipment are involved. If you suffered a fall injury while working at your job and within the scope of your employment, you may be able to make a claim for workers’ compensation benefits…Read More

  5. Dangers of Unrestrained Dogs in Your Car While Driving

    Most dogs love a good car ride where they can stick their noses out of the window, let their tongue fly, and sniff all of the amazing smells that you go by on your journey. While this is typically fairly safe when your pup is buckled up via harness, it's when they aren’t buckled or in their kennel…Read More

  6. Indicators of Elder Abuse During the COVID-19 Pandemic

    Since the outbreak of COVID-19 in the United States, individuals and businesses across the country have been taking extra measures in order to protect themselves and their loved ones. With non-essential businesses closing, facial coverings becoming a requirement, and schools shutting their physical …Read More