The accident lawyers at The Stowman Law Firm, P.A. strive to provide the best service possible to our Minnesota injury clients and North Dakota accident victims. We concentrate our practice in Minnesota and North Dakota personal injury and wrongful death cases.

Contact us if you have a case that is not described here.

We do NOT charge attorney’s fees unless we recover money for you. We offer a free initial consultation. If you call to speak with Jeff or David, your call is free. If you stop in to visit with us, it is free. The Stowman Law Firm, P.A., knows how to protect you and help you get the settlement you and your family deserve after your injury accident.

Injured in an accident?  We have answers.  

Call us at 218-847-5644 for a free consultation, send us a message in the “I Have Questions” box, or search our website in the “Search Stowman Law” box to the left!

We Fest!

We Fest brings thousands of people to Detroit Lakes each summer.  Many of those people will get hurt while attending We Fest or while nearby in Detroit Lakes when taking a break from We Fest.   You want a local attorney’s help for problems during We Fest.  Check out this interactive map.  You want someone who knows what We Fest is, where We Fest is, and what happens during We Fest.  This is true whether you are in an accident at the We Fest camp grounds, in the We Fest concert grounds, or in the Detroit Lakes area during We Fest.

We can help.  It does not matter if your accident was in Minnesota or North Dakota, from Grand Forks to Fargo to Wahpeton, From Valley City to West Fargo, or in Minnesota from Moorhead to Park Rapids to Walker, from Crookston or Thief River Falls to Fergus Falls, from Alexandria to Glenwood, or from Bemidji to Brainerd, or anywhere else in Minnesota or North Dakota.

Rollover Accidents.

Rollover accidents rarely occur without injury, and often result in serious injuries or death.  Rollover accidents sometimes involve several vehicles, but are often single car accidents.  Rollover injuries occur when drivers and passengers are ejected from the vehicle.  Rollover injuries occur even when no one is ejected from the vehicle, and even to passengers and drivers who are wearing seat belts.  Rollover accidents can be caused by excessive speed, distracted driving, drunk driving, falling asleep at the wheel, driving too fast on unfamiliar roads, and even swerving to avoid a collision.

We can help with your rollover accident.  It does not matter if you are the driver or a passenger, or if someone you know has been hurt in a rollover accident.  If you or someone you know has been injured in a rollover accident, email us in the “I Have Questions” box to the left or on the “Contact” page, or call us at 218-847-5644.

Injured in an accident?  We have answers.


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