Child Injury Attorneys

Injury to Children:

Practice Area: Automobile/Motor Vehicle Accidents

Applicable Law: Minn. Stat. Section 541.05, Subd. 1(5)
Time Period: These actions must be brought within Six years of the date of the injury

Practice Area: Aviation Accident-Plane Crash

Applicable Law: Minn. Stat Section 541.05, Subd. 1(5)
Time Period: Six Years

Practice Area: Bicycle Accident

Applicable Law: Minn. Stat Section 541.05, Subd. 1(5)
Time Period: Six years

Practice Area: Boats, Personal Watercraft & Jet Skis Accidents

Applicable Law: Minn. Stat Section 541.05, Subd. 1(5)
Time Period: Six years

Practice Area: Burn Injuries

Applicable Law: Minn. Stat Section 541.05, Subd. 1(5)
Time Period: Six years

Practice Area: Bus Accidents

Applicable Law: Minn. Stat Section 541.05, Subd. 1(5)
Time Period: Six years

Practice Area: Construction Site Accidents

Applicable Law: Minn. Stat Section 541.05, Subd. 1(5)
Time Period: Six years

Practice Area: Dog Bites & Animal Attacks

Applicable Law: Minn. Stat Section 541.05, Subd. 1(5)
Time Period: Six years

Practice Area: Motorcycle Accident

Applicable Law: Minn. Stat Section 541.05, Subd. 1(5)
Time Period: Six years

Practice Area: Pedestrian Accidents

Applicable Law: Minn. Stat Section 541.05, Subd. 1(5)
Time Period: Six years

Practice Area: Railroad/Train Crossing Accidents

Applicable Law: Minn. Stat Section 541.05, Subd. 1(5)
Time Period: Six years

Practice Area: Semi Tractor Trailer Accidents

Applicable Law: Minn. Stat Section 541.05, Subd. 1(5)
Time Period: Six years

Practice Area: Premises Liability - Slip, Trip & Fall

  • Negligent Maintence, Operation or Inspection
Applicable Law: Minn. Stat Section 541.05, Subd. 1(5)
Time Period: Six years
  • Injury caused by defective design or construction.
Applicable Law: Minn. Stat Section 541.051, Subd. 1(c)
Time Period: 2 years after discovery of injury and no more than 10 years after substantial completion of project

Practice Area: Wrongful Death

Applicable Law: Minn Stat. Section 573.02, Subd. 1
Time Period: The lesser of three years from date of death or six years

Practice Area: Product Liability/Defective Products

  • Notice after attorney-client relationship begins
Applicable Law: Minn. Stat. Section 604.04
Time Period: Six Months
  • Strict Liability
Applicable Law: Minn. Stat. Section 541.05, Subd. 2
Time Period: Four years
  • Warranty
Applicable Law: Minn. Stat. Section 336.2 - 725
Time Period: Four years
  • Negligence
Applicable Law: Minn. Stat Section 541.05, Subd. 1(5)
Time Period: Six years
  • Expiration of a product's useful life as a factor in weighing fault
Applicable Law: Minn. Stat. Section 604.03
Time Period: Fact question

Practice Area: Medical Malpractice

  • Medical Malpractice - Injury
Applicable Law: Minn. Stat. Section 541.076
Time Period: Four years from the date the cause of action accrued.
  • Medical Malpractice - Death
Applicable Law: Minn. Stat. Section 541.076 Minn. Stat. Section 573.02
Time Period: Three years from the date the cause of action accrued.

Practice Area: Liquor Liability or Dram Shop Claims

  • Notice requirements after attorney-client relationship was formed.
Applicable Law: Minn. Stat. Section 340A.802, Subd. 2
Time Period: 240 days
  • Statutes of limitations from date of injury
Applicable Law: Minn. Stat. Section 340A.802, Subd. 2
Time Period: Two years

Practice Area: Legal Malpractice

Applicable Law: Minn. Stat Section 541.05, Subd. 1(5)
Time Period: Six year from when damage occurs

Practice Area: Claims Against State or Municipality

  • Notice to municipality after loss or injury
Applicable Law: Minn. Stat. Section 466.05, Subd. 1 (municipality)
Time Period: 180 days
  • Notice to state after loss or injury
Applicable Law: Minn. Stat. Section 3.736(5) (state)
Time Period: 180 days
  • Notice requirement to a municipality after an injury or loss resulting in a death
Applicable Law: Minn. Stat. Section 466.05, Subd. 2 (municipality)
Time Period: One year
  • Notice requirement to a state after an injury or loss resulting in a death
Applicable Law: Minn. Stat. Section 3.736, Subd. 6 (state)
Time Period: One year

Practice Area: Uninsured and Underinsured Motorist Claims (The applicable statute of limitations runs from the date of the liability settlement)

Applicable Law: Oanes v. Allstate (Minn. 2000)
Time Period: Six Years

Practice Area: Intentional tort such as assault and battery

Applicable Law: Minn. Stat. Section 541.07
Time Period: Two years