TSR Injury Law fights for our clients' rights on a daily basis. We are just as passionate about helping the community and reinvesting our success into worthy programs that help others. Our community service ranges from active participation (such as the MADD Walk), fundraising (Minnesota Lynx basketball tickets for kids) or simply providing financial support (ADAPT program though the University of Minnesota). No matter the cause, our ability to help others is a founding principle of the Firm. Below are some of the recent community activities TSR Injury Law has supported.
TSR Injury Law was a proud sponsor of the first annual MnFIRE Charity Golf tournament. Many of our clients meet firefighters as their first responders to a crash scene. Many have actually had their lives saved due to the fast response time. MnFIRE is...read more
TSR Injury Law is proud to support the Tickets for Lynx Kids program. To learn more about Lynx Kids program and to support its work please visit click here On behalf of the Minnesota Lynx FastBreak Foundation, our players and Fox Sports North, we are...read more
TSR Injury Law is proud to support the ADAPT program. ADAPT stands for “After Deployment: Adaptive Parenting Tools” The University of Minnesota conducted research and implemented ADAPT to help military veterans return to home life. Researchers strive to learn about...read more
TSR Injury Law has financially supported Toys for Tots for years. In addition to simply writing a Firm check, Steven Terry and family go shopping for kids! We often use multiple vehicles to transport toys since one is not enough. This tradition is a great away to...read more
TSR Injury Law is a main sponsor of the Greg Coleman Celebrity Golf Tournament. Famed Minnesota Viking punter Greg Coleman has raised money for worthy causes for over 20 years. In the last few years, the cause has been the Minnesota YMCA. Greg brings in many famous...read more
TSR Injury Law is proud to support the Toward Zero Death program. What is TZD? The Toward Zero Deaths approach is based on the belief that even one traffic-related death on our roads is unacceptable. This “zero deaths” idea was first adopted in Sweden in...read more