AUSUM LAW FIRM: Criminal Defense Attorney, MN
Albert Usumanu: Attorney at Law Minneapolis MN. We provide legal services in Minneapolis, St. Paul and statewide with a focus on Criminal Defense, Family Law, Personal Injury, Products Liability, Medical Malpractice and Pharmaceutical Malpractice. Read more of our areas of practice.
Whether your criminal charge is a minor traffic violation, DWI/DUI, Domestic Assault, Theft, Robbery, Sexual Assault, Drug Possession or Sale or Murder, Albert Usumanu: Attorney at Law Minneapolis MN provides vigorous representation you deserve until your problem is solved to your satisfaction.
Whether you trying to file for divorce, child custody or modify an existing decision from a family court, Albert Usumanu at AUSUM LAW FIRM understands the stress you are going through in dealing with sensitive family matters and can help you reach the best decision in your case. Whether you have been injured in a car or truck accident, from the use of defective products by manufacturers, bad drugs from pharmaceutical companies, AUSUM LAW FIRM will ensure that whoever caused your pain and suffering by their careless and negligence must compensate you for all your loss. Nobody is perfect, even medical doctors make mistakes.
If your doctor’s mistake or carelessness has made you to suffer an injury, AUSUM LAWFIRM can help you get compensation for your loss. If the carelessness or negligence of another has caused the death of someone near and dear to you, a Wrongful Death claim ensures compensation for your loss. Contact Ausum Law Firm: Attorney at Law Minneapolis MN for a free evaluation of your wrongful death case.
Our promise is simple: we will make sure that justice is done. Your justice.
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AREAS OF PRACTICE
CRIMINAL LAW | FAMILY LAW | PHARMACEUTICAL LIABILITY | INJURY | PRODUCT LIABILITY
Minnesota Supreme Court. October 1994
Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals
Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals
Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals
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