- 5.0/5.0 (1 review)
-Slip and fall
-Restaurant/dram shop liability
-Automobile & truck accident
Steven C. O'Tool focuses on client satisfaction and tangible results. To ensure quality representation, we begin with an in-depth consultation to discuss your circumstances, your current dilemma and your goals for the future. After we've assessed your situation, we work with you to craft an effective strategy for resolving your current legal issues and avoiding any foreseeable problems in the future. We work diligently to prepare your best case possible. We strongly believe in close collaboration with our clients throughout the legal process, because the more engaged you are, the better our chances of maximizing your results.
The greatest advantage a trial lawyer can have is to know what is in the mind of opposing counsel. While Minnesota injury attorney Steve O'Tool has not perfected the art of mind-reading, he has practiced on both sides of civil litigation for more than 30 years. As an Eagan, Minnesota personal injury attorney, Steve has represented injured plaintiffs as well as defendants and their insurers. Unlike attorneys who spend their career advocating for only one side, Steve knows from experience how opposing counsel evaluates and builds a case, the tactics they'll employ and their bottom line with regards to a negotiated settlement. As an Eagan, Minnesota business attorney, Steve understands transactions and disputes from various viewpoints: employers and employees, contractors and subcontractors and vendors and consumers. Steven C. O'Tool, utilizes our knowledge and experience to achieve your best possible outcome.
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5.0/5.0 Review for Steven C. O'Tool on 07/08/15 in Business Law.
Mr. O'Tool handled my case quickly and professionally. He gave me 100% focus! I was very pleased with the result!
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