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5 Oilfield Accident Facts You Should Know - Sand Law PLLC - Fargo Minot North Dakota Personal Injury Workplace Construction Site Accident Attorneys 5 Oilfield Accident Facts You Should Know

1st July 2022

When most people think of dangerous occupations, construction work is probably one of the first that comes to mind. But oilfield work is just as risky, if not more. Companies are trying to squeeze even more profits out of their workers. This puts an incredible amount of pressure on workers in the process. Just one… Read more »

Understanding Your Rights at a DUI Checkpoint - Sand Law PLLC Minot Fargo North Dakota DUI DWI Defense Attorneys Understanding Your Rights at a DUI Checkpoint

20th May 2022

Every once in a while, police will set up a DUI checkpoint, usually on a major highway. While checkpoints are legal, drivers need to understand that they have rights as well. Just because a checkpoint is approaching, that doesn’t mean you have to go through it, and if you do, your rights still have to… Read more »

How to Prove Fault in a Dog Bite Claim - Sand Law PLLC North Dakota Personal Injury Attorneys How to Prove Fault in a Dog Bite Claim

6th May 2022

If you’ve been the victim of a dog bite, there’s a very high likelihood that it was the most terrifying experience of your life – and probably the most painful, as well. You’ve not only suffered major injuries, you’ve also incurred substantial monetary losses due to medical expenses and lost wages. Even worse, the insurance… Read more »

Should You Take a Lie Detector Test to Prove Your Innocence - Sand Law PLLC North Dakota Criminal Defense Attorneys Should You Take a Lie Detector Test to Prove Your Innocence?

21st April 2022

If you’ve been arrested and you know you’re innocent, you’ll likely be willing to do whatever it takes to prove it – even if that means taking a polygraph, or lie detector test. Whether you’re facing a charge of having committed a financial crime,drug trafficking, a property crime or anything else, you might feel desperate… Read more »

Bad Faith Insurance Practices in Car Accident Claims - Sand Law PLLC North Dakota Personal Injury Attorney Bad Faith Insurance Practices in Car Accident Claims

8th April 2022

The process of filing any sort of personal injury claim after a car accident can be stressful and frustrating. When your insurance company fails to come through, by either low-balling your claim or denying it entirely, you might feel hopeless. But you can fight, and a personal injury attorney can help you do just that…. Read more »

Different Types of Expert Witnesses in Personal Injury Claims - Sand Law PLLC North Dakota Attorneys Different Types of Expert Witnesses in Personal Injury Claims

30th March 2022

Expert witnesses could prove to be invaluable to your personal injury case. Whether you’ve been attacked by a dog, hurt in a car accident, or suffered any other kind of injury due to someone else’s negligence, the testimony of an expert could very well sway a jury’s opinion in your favor. That expert might make… Read more »

How Crimes are Investigated and Prosecuted - Sand Law PLLC North Dakota Criminal Defense Attorneys How Crimes are Investigated and Prosecuted

25th March 2022

If you’ve been arrested, you’re naturally going to have a lot of questions. There’s a good chance you haven’t had any reason to pay much attention to the criminal justice system in the past, so you’re not sure what to expect. Whether you’re facing a misdemeanor or a felony charge, the stakes are going to… Read more »

Types of Property Crimes and Who They Affect - Sand Law PLLC North Dakota Personal Injury Attorneys Types of Property Crimes and Who They Affect

17th March 2022

There are several different types of property crimes, and they can all carry stiff penalties in North Dakota. If you’ve been arrested for one of these offenses, you’re going to need the help of an experienced attorney as soon as possible. It could make the difference between having either a reduced penalty – or even… Read more »