Personal injuries can happen anywhere or anytime; however, that doesn’t mean you should take it lying down and not get the justice that you feel you deserve for enduring such discomfort. At Woods & Thompson, P.A., our personal injury lawyers in the Twin Cities can help you no matter if you’ve been in a truck accident or your child sustained a dog bite. This blog category will cover what you need to know about personal injuries. Learn more about what our personal injury attorneys can do for you and your family once you’ve been involved in a serious and severe accident by contacting us today for a free consultation.

  1. What To Do After An Auto Accident

    An auto accident can be scary no matter how minor or severe it is. You want to believe that you’re always safe behind the wheel of your car, but unfortunately, that’s not always the case. After a car accident, it’s important to take certain measures to keep yourself safe, trade information wit…Read More

  2. 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

  3. 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

  4. 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