Attorneys at Law
At Johnson, Moody, Schmidt & Kleinhuizen, we
provide high quality, prompt and cost-effective legal services to our clients.
We handle complex cases involving serious injury and wrongful death litigation
against large and powerful corporations and insurance companies. Contact us to
speak with an experienced personal injury lawyer.
From misdemeanors to felonies, we are here to help. The criminal prosecution system can become a complicated and scary process, we understand what you're going through. Let us use our experience to advocate on your behalf and seek the justice that you deserve. If you're facing criminal charges or a criminal investigation, give us a call today to set up a free consultation.
If you've been hurt one of the first things your insurance company will want to do is settle the claim. While it may be tempting to accept their offer, it may not be in your best interest. Upon settling, the insurance company is generally released from further liability for any future costs you may incur as a result of your injury.
You should carefully consider which lawyer is right for
you and your case. An attorney's experience, ethics and honesty, reputation,
record of success, and your comfort level with the attorney are important to
We Value Your Rights
If you are accused of any crime exercise your right to
remain silent and seek legal advice immediately. Give your name and address to
the police and let them know that you want to talk to an attorney. Personal
attention is provided to clients regardless of the nature of their charges and
we represent them in a wide range of criminal matters.
A consumer can suffer serious injury or even death as a
result of an unsafe product. A product may be unsafe due to defective design,
manufacture, engineering, or inadequate or misleading labels or instructions.
Issues arising during marriage, including spousal abuse,
legitimacy, adoption, surrogacy, child abuse, and child abduction.
Justice for Victims of Abuse
Abuse perpetrated by an authority figure is an appalling
reality for far too many children and adolescents in Minnesota and across the