Railroad Accidents In Minnesota
Personal injury attorney Scott Anderson has aggressively and successfully pursued railroad injury claims on behalf of hundreds of clients throughout the Twin Cities (including Minneapolis, St. Paul, Maple Grove, Brooklyn Park, Brooklyn Center, Champlin, Anoka, Coon Rapids, and Blaine). He has over 22 years experience and a reputation for getting results.
People who operate vehicles (trains, automobiles, trucks, etc.) must exercise reasonable care, and failure to use reasonable care is considered negligence. A person who negligently operates a vehicle, no matter whether it is a train, car, motorcycle, truck, or tractor-trailer, may be required to pay for any damages caused by his or her negligence or the failure to keep the vehicle’s equipment maintained. Anderson Law Office represents individuals and their families who have been seriously injured or killed as a result of the negligence, carelessness, or recklessness of others.
Personalized, Experienced, Compassionate Representation
A personal injury can be a devastating experience — physically, emotionally, and financially. You need an attorney compassionate enough to empathize with you, and experienced enough to procure and deliver the money damages on the recovery you deserve!
As your legal advocate, Scott L. Anderson will be strong and aggressive on your behalf. He will do everything possible to make your experience with the legal process as free from emotional and personal frustration as possible. Scott cares about his clients and works hard to get you the best recovery.
Anderson Law Office provides personal attention to your case. We come to you at your home when investigating your case to reduce the stress that you are already under. Scott L. Anderson prides himself on being prompt, compassionate, and responsive to your needs.
Please contact Anderson Law Office now to schedule your Free Phone or In-Home Consultation with an experienced attorney, call Scott L. Anderson at (763) 422-8664, e-mail him, or fill out the free consultation form on the Contact Us page.