The LaBine Law Firm
is here to help the injured. We only represent injured people – NOT insurance companies! We serve those needing legal representation
in matters involving personal injury, automobile accidents, truck accidents, farm accidents, industrial accidents, product liability, medical malpractice, wrongful death, police misconduct, toxic torts, and dog bites, among others. Injury cases are the only cases we deal with and we feel that we know the intricacies and specifics that go into these cases.
Robert J. LaBine has been practicing law for over 30 years in North Dakota
and is also licensed to practice in Minnesota, Mississippi, and New York. He has the dedication and proven experience needed to help bring you the justice you deserve.
The LaBine Law Firm is committed to the needs of our clients. We believe in and strive to practice the highest degree of professional ethics. The services we provide are client-focused, efficient, and cost-effective. We employ leading-edge technology to accomplish this professional goal. We promptly return your phone calls and communicate with you regularly and clearly to help you understand every step of the way. The LaBine Law Firm is also upfront and ethical about our professional fees.
In addition to our experience, we give each client the attention he or she requires and deserves. We work meticulously to ensure that the result obtained in each case is fair and just for the facts of that particular case. For each client, we fully engage our staff and available resources with the ultimate goal of ensuring the best possible outcome for our client.
Our clients know we have their best interests in mind. The focus and priority is, and always will be, on our clients and their professional needs. It is our hope that this website will be a starting point, giving you information about your potential case and our experience and capability to handle your claim. Call today to speak our personal injury lawyer, Robert LaBine, The 2017 People's Choice Winner for Best Law Firm in Grand Forks from the Grand Forks Herald.