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THE ONLY NORTH DAKOTA ATTORNEYS YOU NEED!

  • We have been protecting the rights of North Dakotans for over 35 years.
  • Our firm has an extensive record of success in car accident claims. Read about our settlements and verdicts.
  • Our founder, Attorney Mark V. Larson, is a Certified Civil Trial Specialist, a Certified Pretrial Specialist and an active member of the National Trial Lawyers Association.

Larson Law Firm P.C. is one of the top North Dakota law firms specializing in Personal Injury & Oil Field accidents along with 3rd-party Workers Compensation and Medical Malpractice. They are a dedicated firm working diligently in securing fair compensation for individuals who have suffered physical injury or financial loss. Whether you are fighting an insurance company for fair coverage after a car accident or seeking guidance for wrongful death accident, you need an aggressive advocate who knows the law.

You Need Larson Law Firm P.C. Proven Representation in Minot, Williston, Watford City and throughout North Dakota

The personal injury lawyer at our law firm is tenacious in pursuing damages for injured clients throughout North Dakota and Northwestern Minnesota. Attorney Mark Larson is a civil trial specialist certified by the National Board of Trial Advocacy. He is recognized as a skilled personal injury attorney capable of handling the financial aspects of your personal injury case. Mr. Larson’s diligent, yet aggressive, approach has helped him obtain favorable results in court and in negotiated settlements.

Contact us online or call (866) 309-1777 for a free initial consultation and case evaluation.

Mr. Larson offers plaintiffs more than 30 years of litigation experience with an in-depth understanding of how the other side works.

Successfully handling North Dakota Car Accidents, Oilfield Accidents, Personal Injury and Wrongful Death

As your lawyer, he works tirelessly to obtain full compensation for accident victims, while holding negligent parties responsible. Our legal team has successfully handled a wide range of personal injury and fatal accident cases. Whether you have suffered from an oil field accident or a lawsuit involving avoidable birth injuries, we have the resources and dedication to help make a difference in the outcome of your claim.

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Our office location in Minot, North Dakota, is easily accessible with convenient parking. We also make hospital and home visits for the ease of injured clients. Call us toll free at (866) 309-1777 or contact us online for a free initial consultation about your personal injury claim.

Car & Vehicle Accidents

Understanding Accident Types

Car & Vehicle Accidents

Prompt investigation of the accident scene and familiarity with the way insurance companies process claims enable us to maximize settlements for injures in all types of accidents from vehicle to workplace and everything in between.

Understanding Bakken Oil

Oilfield Accidents

North Dakota is reported to have the highest rate of oil-related deaths & injuries. Our legal team is experienced at handling all types of oil field injuries and related issues. Learn more about oil field injuries & the Bakken Oil industry below.

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Personal Injury BLOG

Distracted driving is not unusual. Some people just lose focus when they get behind the wheel. Here is an interesting fact from The AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety: 88% of drivers 16 years old and older report that they feel…

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