How Our Attorneys Can Assist You

No one plans on getting injured. A serious personal injury is a sudden shock, leaving many unprepared and unsure of how to proceed. Often, the loved ones of the injured person are thrust into the role of primary caretaker, and multiple lives are upended in the process.

A serious injury has rippling financial consequences. Hospital bills and rehabilitation costs are sudden, but lost wages and lost earning potential can be just as burdensome, and can be even longer lasting in their impact.

Finally, there are the personal and emotional consequences. An injured person may suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder, depression, anxiety or other emotional afflictions, which can have a wide-ranging impact.

What Can A Personal Injury Lawyer Do?

A personal injury lawyer's responsibility is to help injured victims and their loved ones process the situation and become prepared for life after.

Our attorneys work with clients from top to bottom, obtaining evidence and documentation on the accident. We work with medical specialists and other professionals to put our clients under the best possible medical care.

We solicit the advice of life-care planners, who work with families to adjust them to a new reality.

We pursue your claims aggressively, so that you have the compensation necessary to cover all costs associated with the injury, both current and future.

Our ultimate goal is to place you and your loved ones in a comfortable long-term position. We know that injuries are devastating. We want to make your lives easier.

How We Work

We're aware of the emotional and physical trauma of a personal injury or wrongful death, and that's why we operate at the pace that is comfortable to you, yet allows you to achieve possible closure within a timely manner.

We give clients the option of engaging our services on a contingency basis. That means that we don't receive any compensation until you receive yours.

Contact Us To Learn More

To contact Schweigert, Klemin & McBride, P.C., call our Bismarck, North Dakota, office at 701-214-4449 or use the online form.