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At ASK LLP, we pursue personal injury claims on behalf of car crash victims. If you’re in Wisconsin, Minnesota, or Michigan, our goal is to help make sure that justice is served and that those who choose us as their legal counsel have the financial resources they need to get better physically, emotionally, psychologically, and financially after a wreck that occurs through no fault of their own.

Types of Car Accidents

We handle personal injury and wrongful death claims involving a wide range of car accidents, including:

  • Rear-end accidents
  • Rollover accidents
  • Head-on collisions
  • Crosswalk accidents
  • T-bone accidents

Whether someone was speeding, failed to yield, blew a stop sign, or acted negligently in another way, we will focus on making sure they are held accountable for their negligence.

You can rely on our attorneys to gather and examine the evidence, handle interactions with the insurance companies, and navigate the legal process to provide you with all that you need today and for the rest of your life.

After A Car Accident, Time Is of the Essence

You cannot afford to sit around thinking about whether to come forward; In the states of Michigan, Wisconsin, and Minnesota, there are strict statutes of limitations that must be adhered to depending on your location. The longer you wait, the more difficult it will be to obtain evidence that could be crucial for building a case.

What are the statute of limitations on personal injury claims in the Great Lakes Region?

Michigan: The statute of limitations for personal injury claims in Michigan is three years. This means that you have three years from the date of your injury to file a lawsuit. The legal code that sets forth this statute of limitations is MCL 600.5805.

Wisconsin: The statute of limitations for personal injury claims in Wisconsin is three years. This means that you have three years from the date of your injury to file a lawsuit. The legal code that sets forth this statute of limitations is Wis. Stat. § 893.52.

Minnesota: The statute of limitations for personal injury claims in Minnesota is two years. This means that you have two years from the date of your injury to file a lawsuit. The legal code that sets forth this statute of limitations is Minn. Stat. § 541.051.

With Representation For Car Accidents In Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Michigan, ASK has you covered.

Our attorneys are no strangers to car accident lawsuits across states in the Great Lakes Region. Whether you are in Minnesota, Michigan, or Wisconsin, they can help you get the funds you need to cover your medical expenses, pain and suffering, lost earnings, property damage, and other accident-related damages.

Get started today and contact us for a free consultation.

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      Joseph has extensive experience as a trial attorney. He leads ASK’s single-event Personal Injury practice, focusing on maximizing his client’s recoveries in actions arising out of motor vehicle collisions.

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