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What to Do if You’ve Been Injured in a Car Accident

The immediate aftermath of a car accident can be a traumatic and overwhelming time. You or a loved one may have sustained severe injuries and your vehicle may be damaged beyond repair. When faced with the stressful situation of a car crash, you may n… [Read More...]

How Are Lost Wages Determined in North Dakota Personal Injury Cases?

After a personal injury, you may have missed time from work. If your injuries were severe, you may be permanently injured and unable to return to work. In either case, you are entitled to compensation for your lost wages and, in some cases, for your… [Read More...]

What If I Cannot Afford An Attorney? Are There Ways to Finance Legal Fees?

At Fremstad Law we work hard to provide cost-effective legal services.  The reality is, however, that the legal process and especially litigation, whether it be criminal, family law, civil, or commercial, can be very expensive.  As such, Fremstad… [Read More...]

Pain and Suffering Damages in a Car Accident?

Q. What is meant by “pain and suffering” damages in a car accident? A. In North Dakota, a jury (or a Court) is able to award two different categories of damages —  economic damages (think medical bills or wage loss) and non-economic damage… [Read More...]

In North Dakota, How Does a Jury Award Money in a Car Accident?

Q: In North Dakota, how does a jury award money in a car accident? A: It depends who is at fault.  In North Dakota state courts, juries (usually a jury of either six or nine people from your county) will have to determine who, if anyone, is at “fa… [Read More...]

What is No-Fault Insurance?

  Q. What is no-fault insurance? A. In North Dakota, no-fault, also known as PIP or Personal Injury Protection insurance is a type of insurance where you (the driver or passenger) receive benefits regardless of whether or not you sue someone aft… [Read More...]