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April 2017 Archives

How cargo issues can cause truck accidents?

On Minnesota roads, it is easy to spot tractor-trailers. While an increase in the amount of these vehicles shows economic stability and even improvement, it also presents a threat to public safety. Truck accidents are all too common, and many of them have serious, if not fatal, consequences. If you have suffered injuries or lost a loved one in such an incident, you may have legal recourse.

Excessive force is not okay

Do you know the Fourth Amendment protects you from unreasonable searches and seizures, including the use of excessive force by law enforcement agents? There are certain things police in the Twin Cities may and may not do when they've pulled you over in traffic, knocked on your front door, or approached you in some official capacity. The U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights protects all citizens in Minnesota (and throughout the nation) from government overreach and abuse. Even if a police officer suspects you of a crime, he or she must work within the limitations of the Fourth Amendment and other Constitutional provisions during investigation, arrest, and detainment.  

Your helmet might not protect you from a TBI

You wear a helmet to protect your head in the event of a crash. As you ride your motorcycle, you remain vigilant and watch for any changes in traffic patterns or obstacles that could cause you to crash. Even so, you can't ensure that other drivers do the same. If you become involved in an accident because someone else failed to obey traffic laws, remain sober or pay attention to the road, you could suffer a traumatic brain injury even if you wear your helmet.

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