Don't Take A Financial Hit After A Car Accident

Insurance companies market themselves as completely focused on customers' needs, but the truth is individuals who feel their medical costs and other losses should be covered following a motor vehicle accident are often shocked to discover how uncooperative and unconcerned an insurance company can be.

In these situations, it is critical to enlist the help of a knowledgeable personal injury lawyer who will stand up to the strong-arm tactics of an insurance provider and work to recover the compensation you deserve. In Duluth and across Minnesota, that lawyer is John E. Vukelich.

We don't recover unless you do. Our cases are taken on a contingency fee basis, which means we only get paid if we help you obtain a recovery through a negotiated settlement or a court judgment. Call 218-461-9950.

Experienced In All Types Of Motor Vehicle Accidents

At Vukelich Law Firm, PLLC, we are committed to helping injured parties put more money in their pocket than they would recover on their own, even after our legal fees are paid. Mr. Vukelich understands the strategies employed by insurance companies and their attorneys because he worked at an insurance defense firm early in his career.

We provide a welcoming and caring environment for injured parties who frequently are stressed by mounting medical bills and, in many cases, unable to return to work due to their injuries. Attorney Vukelich has practiced personal injury law for more than 40 years. He has handled a wide variety of cases, including:

  • Car accidents (both driver and passenger)
  • Motorcycle accidents
  • Truck accidents
  • Recreational vehicle accidents
  • Golf cart accidents
  • Boat and personal watercraft accidents

Understanding Minnesota's Comparative Fault Law

In order to recover damages in a personal injury lawsuit, it is necessary to show that another party was at fault and the accident caused your injuries. Under Minnesota's comparative fault rule, an injured party who was partly at fault for an accident may still collect damages, but only if he or she is found to be 50 percent or less at fault. If an injured party is found to be partly at fault by a jury, the amount awarded in damages will be reduced by the percentage of fault placed on that person by the jury up to and including 50 percent.

Our legal team has experience with complex injury cases, including accidents that result in traumatic brain injuries, paralysis or the death of a loved one. These cases can take a year or more to resolve and require extensive resources to develop. We have done this for four decades. We have developed working relationships with highly regarded medical professionals and other experts who can testify on your behalf. We know how to build strong cases and present them in court whenever necessary.

Your Solution Starts With A Phone Call

Prompt action is critical. If you or a loved one has been seriously injured in a motor vehicle accident or in any other incident, we can help. Call or use our online contact form to schedule a free consultation.

No recovery, no attorney fee.