Personal Injury Blogs

Heart Injury? What You Need to Know

Posted by Tentinger Law Firm

A heart injury is a serious and life-altering event. When your heart isn’t working correctly due to an injury, your quality of life is affected. You may discover you can’t do the things you used to. If the damage is severe enough, you may be unable to work. Heart problems can cause palpitations, make you… Read more »


Exploring Some of the Top Causes of Birth Injury in Minnesota

Posted by Tentinger Law Firm

No couple goes to the hospital to have a baby expecting a medical provider to commit a serious act of negligence that permanently impacts the health of the baby, mother, or both. While medical personnel are only human and will sometimes make mistakes, the law expects them to meet professional standards and not make errors… Read more »


Child Injury

Posted by Tentinger Law Firm

When your Child Suffers Injury on a Playground Playgrounds are generally considered a haven for kids, a safe place to exercise and socialize. The sad fact, however, is approximately 200,000 kids visit the emergency room every year due to injuries suffered in these recreational areas.  Another alarming statistic is that 45% of these injuries are considered severe…. Read more »


Drunk Driving Accidents in Minneapolis

Posted by Tentinger Law Firm

Suffering an injury in a car accident is stressful. When the other driver is drunk and you know the accident is their fault, you are probably dealing with a range of emotions including fear of the unknown. You have no idea immediately following an accident how long you will be out of work, how your… Read more »


Bus Accidents

Posted by Tentinger Law Firm

What to Expect When Starting a Bus Accident Lawsuit in Minnesota According to the Minnesota Department of Transportation, 358 people lost their lives in traffic accidents in Minnesota during 2017 and nearly 30,000 sustained serious injuries. A small percentage of those injured or killed were passengers on a school bus or a city bus. Due to… Read more »


A GUIDE TO PERSONAL INJURY STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS IN MINNESOTA

Posted by Tentinger Law Firm

If you were injured due to the negligence and poor decisions of another, remember that you are not alone in the fight to recover . The law mandates that the at-fault person own up to their mistakes and pay for the damages caused. After all, someone has to.   A critical first step when beginning… Read more »


NO-FAULT: WHAT IT IS AND HOW IT WORKS

Posted by Tentinger Law Firm

If you’ve never been injured in an auto accident before, you likely  have any no experience with no-fault insurance, and the phrase “no-fault insurance” is often a source of confusion for those unfamiliar with its meaning, but this article aims to change that. First, we will walk through what “no-fault” actually means and then discuss… Read more »


HOW TO FILE A PROPERTY DAMAGE CLAIM FOLLOWING AN ACCIDENT

Posted by Tentinger Law Firm

If you’ve just been in a car accident thats not your fault, you likely have many questions, not the least of which is how to get your car back on the road. This article addresses common concerns and questions that drivers face after a collision, including how to get a rental car, and whether you’re… Read more »


How to Subpoena Records in Workers’ Compensation Cases

Posted by Tentinger Law Firm

Similar to civil lawsuits, subpoenas may be issued in Minnesota workers’ compensation cases too. The ability to subpoena records is a powerful tool used by litigators to help support their claims or defenses. The following is a brief overview instructing the reader on how to subpoena records in their workers’ compensation cases in Minnesota. How… Read more »


How to Subpoena Records in Minnesota State Court

Posted by Tentinger Law Firm

The ability to subpoena records from a third party  (e.g. cell phone records from Verizon) is a powerful tool that when properly utilized, can have a huge impact on your lawsuit. The following guide provides a brief overview on who can issue a subpoena and what steps need to be taken to ensure all procedural… Read more »