Sand Law, LLC


Sand Law, LLC

Accident & Injury, Criminal, Civil & Human Rights, Motor Vehicle, Education

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  • Language: English, Spanish, & Russian

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William Sand

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Accident & Injury, Collection, Civil & Human Rights, Motor Vehicle
Minnesota Personal Injury Lawyer

Bill Sand attended college at Hamline University where he served as captain of the men’s baseball team. He then attended law school at the Universi... (more)

The personal injury attorneys and criminal defense lawyers at Sand Law, LLC fight tooth and nail for their clients' rights.

Personal Injury: From car accidents to wrongful death cases, our experienced attorneys handle your case with dedication and toughness.

Criminal Defense: From DUI & DWI to serious felony charges, our battle tested lawyers dominate the courtroom.

Child Injury

Personal Injury: Contingency Fee. No recovery, no fee. Criminal Defense: Flat Fee. Rates depend on severity of the charges.

Sand Law, LLC

Accident & Injury, Criminal, Civil & Human Rights, Motor Vehicle, Education Law firm

Adam W. Toraya

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"Very pleased with the work Sand Law does! Falling on ice is not fun, especially when it effects your life in so many different ways. They went the extra mile to make sure my family and I were taken care of, and were very attentive to our needs and wants. I appreciate their team, and would highly recommend them to anyone looking for a lawyer."

  11 months ago     Chelsea Long

"Rick and Bill Sand did an amazing job supporting my case. They were honest, easy to communicate with and very detail oriented. I would strongly recommend using them for any personal injury case you might have!"

  10 months ago     Samantha Amatuzio

"I highly recommend Isaac Tyroler with Sand Law if you or someone you know is in need of a great personal injury attorney. I was referred to Isaac following a car accident. He was professional, honest and thorough in explaining each step of the process and setting expectations. He was able to leverage his network to refer me to the best doctors and ultimately receive the proper diagnosis and treatment plan for my injuries. Most importantly, throughout the process I was able to focus solely on treatment and recovery, all while knowing everything else was being taken care of. If you are looking for an attorney that has your best interests in mind, communicates with you every step of the way and ultimately helps you receive the best settlement for your case I would without question, recommend reaching out to Isaac."

  1 year ago     Julie Helgason

"Sand Law gets the job done while demonstrating charisma and outstanding communication skills. I felt at ease and retained a sense of solace and relief during the entirety of my car accident case that Sand Law willingly took on. Sand Law demonstrated perseverance and diligence and successfully helped me out of a mess that I could not have faced on my own. Excellent lawyers. 5 stars hands down!"

  1 year ago     Saria Noyes

"Excellent law firm, I had the help of the Bill and Rick Sand on a difficult case that worked out completely in my favor. I was absolutely impressed with their resilience, creativity and professionalism. I would highly recommend to anyone."

  1 year ago     Richard Amatuzio

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Sand Law, LLC
26 E Exchange St #625
Saint Paul, MN 55101


26 E Exchange St #625
Saint Paul, MN 55101

Other Locations:
  • Sand Law, LLC
    4669 White Bear Parkway
    White Bear Lake, MN 55110

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