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The Schmidt Law Firm, Minnesota Wrongful Death Lawyer, is currently representing the family of a 58-year-old Buffalo Center I will man who was killed on August 29, 2010 in a head-on collision near New Richland, Minnesota. The victim, Ronald Berschman, of Buffalo Center I would either St. Mary’s Hospital in Rochester shortly following the collision....Read More
The Minnesota Injury Lawyers at the Schmidt Law Firm call your attention to the fact that a New Richland, Minnesota woman has been charged with criminal vehicular homicide resulting from an August accident in Waseca County, Minnesota. Police and prosecutors claim that the woman was speeding, going 73 miles an hour in a 55 mile...Read More
The personal injury lawyers at the Schmidt Law Firm announce a $400,000.00 settlement of a personal injury claim for a 27 year old woman who was injured while riding as a passenger in a car that was involved in a rear-end collision in Minneapolis. The case had been filed in Hennepin County District Court and...Read More
The MINNEAPOLIS INJURY ATTORNEYS at the Schmidt Law Firm call your attention to the statement of the American Academy of Pediatrics that 75% of all child car seats are installed wrong. This is a serious problem!!! Approximately 1,500 children under the age of 16 die in car accidents every year. Car accidents are the leading...Read More
The Schmidt Law Firm, Minneapolis Injury Lawyers, calls your attention to the news article appearing in USA Today which states that the American Academy of Pediatrics has now recommended that parents should use rear-facing car seats for children until at least the age of 2 years. Previously, the Academy had recommended the use of rear-facing...Read More