North Dakota Attorneys


Pringle & Herigstad, P.C. is your path to justice. We have proudly served clients for over 100 years, handling some of North Dakota’s largest verdicts and settlements. More than that is our commitment to our clients and the local community. As a full-service firm, our North Dakota lawyers represent injured parties and their families in personal injury and wrongful death claims. In addition, we have the skill you need to plan or organize your business and can help you devise a solid estate plan. Our legal team will assist you with a divorce or other family matter will fight for your rights after an arrest and will take on complicated oil, gas, and mineral law cases, in and out of court.


Our legal team serves clients throughout North Dakota and are dedicated to our communities. We keep active and are involved in giving back. The firm and our lawyers are well-known with the courts and our judges for our reputation for results. We use the full breadth of our considerable resources and skill to fight for your best interests and protect your peace of mind.

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  • When Should You Talk to an Attorney After a Car Accident?
    When Should You Talk to an Attorney After a Car Accident?
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    You might feel nervous after a car accident . You know a lot of people hire attorneys to handle their case, but you’re not sure if that applies to ...

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  • Blind Spots & Auto Accidents
    Blind Spots & Auto Accidents
    Posted by Pringle & Herigstad

    If part of your windshield was blacked out, you would get it fixed because it’s foolish to drive partially blind. Unfortunately, hundreds of thousands ...

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  • Most Common Causes of Trucking Accidents
    Most Common Causes of Trucking Accidents
    Posted by Pringle & Herigstad, P.C.

    Truck accidents are terrifying. When tens of thousands of pounds of metal crash into something at 80 miles an hour, the results are devastating. To ...

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