When a loved one spent years paying on a life insurance policy, you expected to receive the proceeds upon his or her death. When he or she eventually passed away, you made a claim for the proceeds, but the insurance company denied it.
As a Minnesota parent, you may be like many others who keep tabs on the latest toy trends, so you know what your children might like, especially if an occasion arises where it's customary to give them gifts. The problem is that, just because a particular item is at the top of the popular gadget or gift item charts, this doesn't mean it's safe to use. Sadly, tragedies strike many households every year when children suffer serious injuries (even death) because of defective toy products.
Have you found the secret to success for your business? Do you have a leg up on the competition that could devastate your business if you lose control of certain information? If you answer yes to these questions, then you probably have trade secrets.
When a Minnesota doctor prescribes you a drug, you likely assume that it is safe to use and will treat your condition or help you manage your symptoms. Unfortunately, some drugs not only fail to work as intended, they can actually cause harm to the person taking it. If you are taking or were taking a drug that caused you harm or made your condition worse, you may have the right to take action.
Have you ever read any of your insurance policies word for word? Have you taken the time to look beyond the summary of your coverage? If you do, you may find a section containing definitions of certain words in your policy.
When you purchase products, regardless of whether they are for your personal or professional use, you expect that they will operate as intended and not cause you any harm. In some cases, a product may not live up to your expectations.
Promises of a better life through higher education -- this is what your for-profit college sold you when you applied. The school's representatives may have promised you a job in your field upon graduation. The school told you that its classes provide you with the skills employers look for in applicants.
As you start your Minnesota small business, you probably wonder what types of insurance policies you will need to protect yourself and your company. You may know that you need basic insurance to cover property, injuries and workers' compensation, but you may also find business interruption insurance helpful.
Millions of Americans depend on medical devices to improve their quality of life. What happens, though, if a medical product has the reverse effect? Sadly, numerous individuals in Minnesota and elsewhere have suffered injuries or even death due to the use of defective medical products. Have you suffered injuries or lost a loved one to such an issue?