North Dakota Personal Injury Lawyers

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The following law firms are licensed in North Dakota and provide legal representation to clients in personal injury and accident related cases.

Oppegard Law Firm

Oppegard Law Firm

Address: 2901 South Frontage Rd., P.O. BOX 657 - Moorhead, MN 56561-0657
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Kennelly & O'Keeffe

Kennelly & O'Keeffe

Address: 313 NP Ave - Fargo, ND 58102
Phone: (701) 235-8000

Larson Latham Huettl LLP

Larson Latham Huettl LLP

Gregory C. Larson is a founding partner of Larson Latham Huettl Law Firm and a former partner of one of Bismarck's longest standing firms, the Wheeler Wolf Law Firm.

Address: 521 East Main Avenue Suite 450 - Bismarck, ND 58501
Phone: (701) 220-4890

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Accident & Injury Lawyers

Start here to find an attorney to help with an injury claim following an accident. These lawyers focus on civil cases involving damages resulting from negligence or wrongdoing of an individual, business or other party. Common cases include slip and fall accidents, dog and animal bites, medical malpractice, chemical and toxin exposure, defamation claims, and more.

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Personal Injury Lawyer Tips

Are Lawyers Optional in a Personal Injury Case?
Do you need a personal injury lawyer? Not every case requires an attorney, but you will want one if your injuries are more than minor or you're having trouble getting fair compensation.
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When You Need a Personal Injury Lawyer
You may want a lawyer due to the seriousness of your injuries, complications in your claim, or simply an insurance company refusing to make you a reasonable settlement offer.
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Personal Injury Lawyers' Fees
A personal injury lawyer is only paid upon the successful completion of your case. This is know as a contingency fee, or "no win, no fee" basis.
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Negotiating Personal Injury Lawyer Fees
You may be able to negotiate a reduced contingency percentage and keep more of your injury settlement money or court award in your pocket.
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Choosing the Right Personal Injury Lawyer
Make sure you meet with several attorneys and consider their experience, type of law office, and personal traits.
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Should You Hire a Lawyer for a Slip and Fall Injury Case?
When liability is unclear for a personal injury claim -- as it often is in slip and fall cases -- a lawyer may be worth the cost.
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