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Referring Attorneys


As a niche practice, we exclusively represent injured people and the families of wrongful death victims. As a result, we are well respected by the insurance industry as a result of our experience, professionalism and track record. They know we will take them to a jury verdict if that’s what it takes, and will produce better results. Further, injury claims can be expensive and it is not uncommon to spend ten, twenty or thirty thousand dollars in out of pocket expenses on a single case. This type of expense is often required to receive a just result, so we will invest that kind of money in a case if we truly believe in it.

We respect and appreciate the work general practice attorneys do for their clients in rural Minnesota. You are a vital part of representing the injured in your community. Therefore, we find a team approach benefits everyone involved. By referring your clients to our office, you can be confident your client has the best representation. You will be paid. In addition, you can be confident we will be transparent and straightforward. We strictly follow fee-splitting guidelines set forth by Rule 1.5(e) of the Minnesota Rules of Professional Conduct, and we will make certain you do. The agreement will be in writing and signed by our firm, your firm and the client.

Our fee splitting arrangements are case dependent. If you have an injury or wrongful death case that you would like to refer to our office, please call us and we will gladly review the claim.

Case Results from Referring Attorneys - Recent Verdicts and Settlements

  • $2,493,573.00 jury verdict for injury to the low back and pelvis from an auto collision
  • $1,050,000.00 wrongful death settlement
  • $750,000.00 for brain injury from an auto collision
  • $300,000.00 shoulder injury from an auto collision
  • $220,000.00 for foot and ankle injury from a defective staircase
  • $150,000.00 head injury from an auto collision
  • $125,000.00 shoulder injury resulting from auto v. pedestrian collision