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  • 23th Apr 2015 How Much Marijuana Can I Carry in MN?

    How Much Marijuana Can I Carry in MN?

    The country has undergone somewhat of a cultural shift when it comes to marijuana. The once strictly prohibited drug has seen a major increase in levels of acceptance over the past few years. Most notably, the entire state of Colorado legalized marijuana in an election held in November of 2012 (with some conditions of course). It seems that every time a general election rolls around, the issue of whether voters wish to legalize marijuana appears front and center. With such …

  • 17th Apr 2015 Who Does Workers’ Compensation Cover in Minnesota?

    Who Does Workers’ Compensation Cover in Minnesota?

    Workers’ compensation is a system of insurance that is mandated by law. The purpose of the law is to hold employers responsible for hazardous workplaces and protect employees from suffering financially after an injury. The law requires that employers purchase insurance, and pay premiums, for the benefit of their employees. In some instances, if an employer can provide proof that they are “self-insured,” they will not have to go through an outside insurance company; nonetheless they must still provide the …

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In DWI or criminal cases, many people will see you as guilty as soon as you are charged. We don’t see it that way. We see you as an individual with rights and innocent until proven guilty. We have stood beside many supposed “guilty” individuals when the “not guilty” verdict was finally read; another problem solved and friend made.

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When the main income earner for the family is injured on the job, you have rights that protect you. As experienced Workers’ Compensations Attorneys, we make sure you receive the compensation you need and deserve. The insurance company won’t represent your rights or be as thorough as we are. We make sure your medical expenses are covered, your income is replaced according to the law, and that your future employment is secured. Your future is important to us.

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