Putting the Law on Your Side

Accidents and Injuries are Never Planned.

We understand that you might be worried about you or your family's future.  Worrying is not going to help your situation and that is why Madison Law Firm is here.  We want to take your fears and worries away with real world practical legal help.  Our no-nonsense approach to you and your case will enable us to take charge of the situation and put you at ease.

Our Focus is on You

We only represent Minnesota personal injury victims.  If you, or someone in your family has been injured or killed - in a motorcycle, truck or car accident - we can assist you in obtaining what is rightfully yours.

How We Can Help You

From your first consultation to the day you receive your compensation, we will be there every step of the way. We understand your situation is unique to you and this time in your life can be extremely difficult; that's why we are committed to you every step of the way. After reviewing your case we will work with you to determine the best approach for your specific case. No matter the results of your case, whether your case goes to trial or can be settled out of court, we are dedicated to getting the best possible outcome for you.


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  • q-iconDo I have to “sue” someone in order to recover for my injuries?

    No. That decision is yours to make. Generally, we can work with your insurance company to obtain a settlement for your injuries. Unfortunately, it is not unusual for insurance companies to offer offensively low amounts to resolve your claim which results in you having to make a difficult decision about whether or not you want to sue the other driver.

    Even if you decide to sue the other driver, it does not necessarily mean that your case will go to trial. Often times issues are hashed out and determined before trial which allows the insurer to make a much more reasonable offer to settle your claim.

  • q-iconI’ve been in a collision, what should I do?

    The first thing you need to do is to exchange contact and insurance information with the other driver(s). This is a vital first step because if you had the opportunity to get the other persons information and you do not you may be barred from obtaining a recovery for your pain and suffering.

    Once you have the other party’s information, you should notify both your insurance company and their insurance company that there has been a collision and then call me as soon as is possible.

  • q-iconCan I leave my medical expenses “open” as a condition of settlement?

    No. There are attorneys who will settle your case as quickly as possible so that they can make some quick money and move on to the next case. As previously stated, M. Ryan Madison settles cases when they are ready for settlement! That is, when your doctor agrees that you’re better and are not going to get any better or will be permanently injured. There are ways to be reimbursed for future medical expense at the time of settlement, however, you should contact M. Ryan Madison who will discuss that issue with you before settling your case.