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March 2009 – Page 9 – Schmidt-Salita Law Team

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March 2009
Injuries Caused by Commercial Trucks-The Higher Standard of Care If you have been injured in an accident involving a commercial truck, you should have a lawyer who is familiar with the “ins and outs” of handling commercial trucking cases. These cases are substantially different from typical auto accident cases, primarily due to an extensive body...
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INJURIES AND ACCIDENTS BY PLANES, TRAINS, AND AUTOMOBILES-Common Carriers Owe the Highest Degree of Care The Trucking Accident/Injury Lawyers at the Schmidt Law Firm call your attention to the fact that under Minnesota law, common carriers owe their passengers the “highest degree of care”. Planes, trains and automobiles that are used as taxi cabs, as...
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THE MILD TRAUMATICE BRAIN INJURY MYTH The term “mild closed head injury” or “mild brain injury” is a complete oxymoron (“a phrase using two words which contradict each other). There is no such thing as a mild brain injury. The National Head Injury Foundation and its publication entitled Minor Head Injury: An Introduction for Professionals...
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Under Minnesota law, no-fault claims can remain open virtually for life. The Minnesota law has a “lapse provision” under which no-fault benefits terminate when there has been a one-year period without either medical treatment or continuing disability. This means that anyone who has sustained a permanent disability as a result of a motor vehicle collision...
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MINNESOTA DOG BITE AND ANIMAL ATTACK ACCIDENT/INJURY CLAIMS p>Lawyer Marshall H. Tanick, writes this summary of Minnesota law regarding dog bite injury claims in the February issue of Bench and Bar: “Minnesota is one of about 35 jurisdictions that recognize strict liability for injuries caused by dogs, either by statute or common law, or both...
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