Topic: No Fault Arbitration
Under Minnesota’s no-fault insurance system, car accident victims are entitled to recover a certain amount of medical expenses, lost wages and other economic losses from their own automobile insurance regardless of who is at fault for the accident. Unfortunately, those benefits may be discontinued by the insurance company and those disputes are typically handled through arbitration. The presentation will cover the No-Fault Automobile Insurance Act and the no fault arbitration procedure.
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Speakers: Paul R. Dahlberg and Jeremy L. Lampman
Paul R. Dahlberg is a partner with the firm of Patterson Dahlberg, Injury Lawyers. His practice is focused strictly on plaintiff’s personal injury claims. He has represented hundreds of those injured or killed by the negligence of others. His experience includes extensive practice in car accidents, truck accidents, motorcycle accidents, wrongful death, premises liability, dog bites, and products liability. He has litigated to verdict and settled countless cases involving wrongful death, traumatic brain injury (TBI) and spinal cord injuries.
Jeremy L. Lampman joined Patterson Dahlberg Injury Lawyers in August 2015 and dedicates his practice entirely to Personal Injury matters. He has been in the Personal Injury field since 2012 and prior to joining Patterson Dahlberg, Mr. Lampman worked for an insurance defense firm in the Twin Cities handling Personal Injury and No-Fault Benefit claims. The extensive knowledge and experience he obtained while working for an insurance defense firm provides a distinct benefit to our clients by providing valuable insight into an insurance company’s perspective.
Mr. Dahlberg has served as a No Fault Arbitrator for many years and Mr. Lampman was recently appointed to the panel of arbitrators. They also regularly represent clients in arbitrations and have successfully recovered and reinstated benefits for countless clients whose claims had been denied.
This event is available for in-person attendance only.
CLE credit has been applied for this session.
Please RSVP by April 5, 2019.
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