We take a unique approach at our law firm. We believe in being responsive, honest and straightforward with every person we represent. Our clients are important to us and we deeply care about achieving a positive outcome. We know what it takes to win, and how to develop a case to resolve any weak points in the claim, as well how to push hard on the strong points. Rob Roe has been listed as a Minnesota Super Lawyers, and has argued cases both at the Minnesota Appeals Court as well as the Minnesota Supreme Court. The ability to present a compelling case that is well-documented, persuasive and fully supported by evidence is a strong point in our success.
Our experienced trial lawyer genuinely cares about each person he represents. You will never feel that your case is on the "back burner." We manage our caseload carefully so that we can devote our full attention to each personal injury claim that we take on. Find out more about us; the more you do, the easier your decision will be. We seek to be effective, and we are personally committed to providing the highest quality, one-on-one professional counsel possible.
Every state has a “statute of limitations” outlining when an injury victim must file a personal injury claim before they lose their right to recover compensation. According to the Minnesota Statutes section, 541.07the statute of limitations for personal injury cases in Minnesota is two years. While the state of Minnesota does recognize some exceptions to this rule, it is best to contact an attorney from our firm right away to learn what your options are and how the statute of limitations will affect your case. You have nothing to lose, we offer free, no-obligation consultations!
“Damages” is a legal term used to describe the types of compensation injury victims are eligible to pursue after filing a personal injury claim. The types of damages available are economic, non-economic, and punitive damages. Together economic and non-economic damages are known as “compensatory damages.” Compensatory damages are damages responsible for compensating the injured party for the physical and emotional losses they suffer. Among other things, theses damages compensate the injured party for:
The last type of damages, punitive damages, differ from the first two in that their main purpose is to punish the at-fault. Punitive damages are not often awarded and usually are reserved for cases where the at-fault party knew they were behaving negligently.
There are also a large number of bicycle accidents and pedestrian accidents resulting from reckless and negligent drivers. All of these can result in serious and often debilitating injuries, such as orthopedic fractures or traumatic brain injury. Only a capable St. Paul personal injury lawyer will be able to investigate the details surrounding your accident to preserve evidence and establish liability. This way, you have a higher chance of obtaining full compensation for your injuries and other damages.
We also handle cases of wrongful death, which can result from any of the accidents listed above. The immediate family and dependents of anyone killed in an accident should receive fair compensation for their loss and for any expenses or loss of income resulting from their loved one's death. Call our offices right away to learn more about each of these practice areas and how we can handle your case.
Finding the right personal injury attorney can be a daunting task, especially since your results can be damaged the longer you wait to retain counsel. Your attorney should be experienced and successful in handling cases similar to your own and should provide you with attentive service. The legal team at Rob Roe Law, LLC demonstrates each of these qualities and has recovered millions of dollars for clients over the years. Contact our offices today to speak with a St. Paul personal injury attorney about your situation and learn what legal options are available to you.