The summer is a great time to get outdoors and explore the open road. However, it’s also a time when we see the most car accidents. Protect yourself and the people inside your vehicle with these 7 essential summer driving safety tips!
Meshbesher & Spence partners and motorcycle crash attorneys Gus Nicklow, Josh Tuchscherer, and Andrew Davick successfully resolved a catastrophic motorcycle crash case that occurred in Washington County, Minnesota on June 18, 2017. The crash occurred when a commercial vehicle pulled out in front of our client as he was out on an evening ride on […]
In a significant victory, Meshbesher & Spence partner and dog-bite attorney Gus Nicklow was able to secure a policy-limit $500,000 dog-bite settlement for a client attacked by a dog as he delivered a package to the dog-owner’s residence. The client was injured as he ran away from the dog and suffered a significant knee injury, […]
As drivers, we all know how intimidating it can be to share the road with semi-trucks. They are massive vehicles that require a lot of space to maneuver, and they have many blind spots. Therefore, it’s important to understand the concept of a truck’s “no-zone” to ensure your safety and others on the road.
Did you know that in 2021, there were approximately 7,388 pedestrian fatalities, a 13% increase from the previous year, as reported by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)? Learn 10 walking safety tips and what your rights are as a pedestrian.
A radiation injury is a serious condition that can result from exposure to nuclear accidents, medical procedures, or radioactive materials in the workplace. If you believe your injury was the result of someone else’s negligence, you may be eligible for compensation. Learn more.
Medical errors are mistakes that occur during the provision of healthcare services, such as misdiagnosis, prescribing the wrong medication or dosage, surgical mistakes, and communication errors between healthcare professionals. Learn other types of medical errors and how our attorneys can help.
A metal-on-metal (MoM) hip replacement is when the ball and socket of the hip joint are both made of metal. While it’s generally believed that individuals with MoM implants have well-functioning hips, some devices may wear down faster in certain patients when compared to other hip replacements.