Nathan M. Maus is another outstanding addition to our team of personal injury attorneys. His experience includes auto accidents, dog bites, premises liability, wrongful death and other personal injury matters. Nathan understands the impact an injury or death has on individuals and families. Therefore, he works hard for his clients to hold those responsible accountable.
Nathan was born and raised in Minnesota. He received his undergraduate degree from St. John’s University. He attended William Mitchell College of Law, graduating Summa Cum Laude in 2013. While at William Mitchell, Nathan earned the prestigious Endowed Burton Award for Excellence in Legal Writing and represented the school in the New York Bar Associations National Moot Court Competition. Prior to joining TSR, Nathan worked in personal injury law for a personal injury firm in central Minnesota.
When the weather permits, Nathan enjoys spending time with his wife and family boating and fishing “up north.” He relies heavily on his love of the Minnesota Vikings to get him through Minnesota’s long winters.
“Nathan works hard for his clients to hold those responsible accountable.”
Direct: (952) 767-3546
Office: Minneapolis MN
- William Mitchell College of Law, St. Paul, Minnesota
- J.D. (Summa Cum Laude)
- St. John’s University, Collegeville, MN
- B.A. – Business Management
Areas of Expertise
100% Personal Injury
Professional Associations and Memberships
- Minnesota State Bar Association
- Minnesota Association for Justice
Settlements & Verdicts
Passenger in a Head on Collision
RD was visiting MN from CA. He was a passenger in a car driven by his colleague on Minnesota’s North Shore when a vehicle crossed over the center line and caused a head on collision. RD sustained multiple complicated injuries to his spine and abdomen. Nathan secured a settlement for Roger in excess of $1,350,000.00.
AM was riding a bicycle on the greenway in Minneapolis when another cyclist traveling in the opposite direction turned in front of her. The bicycles collided and Ann flew off, landed on her head and shoulder. She sustained a severe fracture to her collarbone. Nathan was able to locate insurance coverage through the other cyclist homeowner’s policy and secured a settlement in the amount of $130,000.00.
Hit and run Crash
GC was in crash involving three cars on the interstate. Unfortunately, both vehicles took off. Nate was able to locate the driver and find insurance coverage. This was not the end of Grace’s problems. She sustained a significant shoulder injury that ultimately required surgery. Both her insurance company and that of one of the fleeing drivers claimed her shoulder injury and need for surgery were the result of a pre-existing condition, as she had struggled with shoulder issues leading up to the crash. Nate was able to get her insurer to pay bills and, after suing the liability insurer, secured a settlement of $80,000.00 after a $5,000.00 pre-suit offer.
Drunk Driver Crash
YB was stuck by a drunk driver at an intersection blocks from her home. She sustained a concussion and bad bone bruise in her foot. The drunk driver did not have insurance. Nathan brought and uninsured motorist claim on YB’s behalf. Her insurer attempted to downplay the significance of her injuries and offered $8,000.00. After Nathan sued her insurer, it increased their offer to $12,500. After a two-day jury trial, Nathan obtained a net verdict of $45,226.00.
Delivery Driver Car Crash
AR was struck by a pizza delivery driver. The driver’s insurance denied coverage due to the driver delivering pizzas at the time of the crash. The pizza company’s insurance denied coverage due the driver being an independent contractor. Nathan was able to resolve the insurance coverage dispute. Unfortunately, the driver was dishonest with his version of how the crash happened. The insurance company offered $5,000.00 after initially denying coverage. Nathan took the case to trial and obtained a $62,000.00 verdict for his client.
Taxi Cab Injury
CR was out at the bars downtown Minneapolis with some friend. She did what she should have done, which was take a taxi home. On the way home, there was an altercation with the driver, during which CR’s foot was partially run over. The taxi company denied liability and the driver brought a claim against CR, claiming the incident was her fault due to her intoxication. After a three-day trial, Nathan obtained a verdict of $60,000.00 for his client.
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