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Minneapolis Bicycle Accident Lawyer

Minneapolis Bicycle Accident Lawyer

Minnesota Bicycle Accident Attorney

Injured in a Bicycle Accident?

Minneapolis and St. Paul are very bicycle-friendly cities thanks to our local government's investment in amazing bicycle trails, boulevards, and public transit. Unfortunately, there are always drivers on the roads that are inattentive or distracted, do not know the rules of the road, or are even driving under the influence. Whatever the reason, if you have been injured in a bike crash in Minnesota due to the negligence of an at-fault driver, you may be eligible for compensation and should have an experienced bicycle accident lawyer by your side.. 

First Steps to Take if You Are Injured in a Bicycle Crash:

  1. Call the police to the scene and record the at-fault driver's name, license plate number, and insurance information.
  2. Go to the emergency room and treat your injuries.
  3. Take photos of your injuries early and often.
  4. Preserve your bicycle, helmet, and clothing.
  5. Consult with an experienced bicycle accident attorney.

You May Be Entitled To:

If you have been injured in a bicycle crash, you may be entitled to compensation for:

  • Coverage of medical bills
  • Future medical bills
  • Wage loss or loss of future earning capacity
  • Pain and suffering
  • Damage to your property
  • Funeral expenses

We Fight for Results You Deserve

We are trusted bicycle accident attorneys and have 40+ years of combined legal experience and a proven track record of representing bicycle accident victims in Minnesota. Our bicycle accident lawyers work with a level of personal investment that most firms cannot match.

Speak to a Bicycle Accident Lawyer

Here are 3 top reasons to speak to us if you've been injured in a bike crash in Minnesota:

  • We listen – Our personal attention uncovers key details others miss.
  • We are tough – We doggedly pursue the best result and aren't afraid to take on big insurance companies.
  • We are experienced and trusted – We have 40+ years of combined legal expertise and a proven track record of success defending bike crash victims.

More Information on Bicycle Injury Law:

MN State Law - Free PDF: "The rules of the road for cyclists in Minnesota"


Frequently Asked Questions

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What are the first things I should I do if I am in a car, truck or other motor vehicle accident?
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What are the possible insurance claims a victim has following an automobile or truck accident?
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What is a no-fault claim?
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Who will cover my medical expenses after my car accident?
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Will No Fault Insurance cover my lost wages?
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Will No-fault insurance pay for help around the house if I am so injured that I can't do household tasks?
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What kind of financial help can I get if my loved one was killed in a car crash?
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Can No-fault insurance stop paying me?
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What is no-fault stacking coverage and should I make sure I have it?
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What types of crashes are not covered under the no-fault act?
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What is a bodily injury claim?
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Do I get any no-fault benefits if a loved one has died in a car/truck crash?
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What are “tort thresholds” and why must my claim reach them before I can sue the at-fault driver?
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What is the value of my bodily injury (“liability”) claim?
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Will I be able to be compensated if the at-fault driver has no or a very low amount of auto insurance?
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After an accident, who pays for repairs to my vehicle?
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If my automobile is repairable what obligation does the insurance company have to make repairs?
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How is the value of my car determined?
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What if my vehicle is a total loss?
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What happens if my car is totaled and I owe more on my car loan than the insurance company will pay me?
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What steps must the insurance company take in covering the cost of my totaled vehicle?
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If I put a lot of money into repairing the vehicle before the accident, will I get reimbursement?
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Will the at-fault driver’s insurance company pay my deductible for property damage to my vehicle?
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If my automobile is considered a total loss, will I be reimbursed for any of the fees I have paid the state for the ownership of my car?
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What if some of my personal property was damaged in the crash?
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Will I get a rental car while mine is being repaired?
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If my car is considered a total loss, will I be reimbursed for any of the fees I have paid the state for the ownership of my car?
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What if the insurance company refuses to pay me for the damage to my automobile?
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What if my car is damaged, but no one was harmed?
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Are there any rules about riding a bicycle?
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When and why would I bring a wrongful death claim in my loved one's death?
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How much time do I have to file a wrongful death claim in Minnesota?
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What are the steps that are followed in order to bring a lawsuit?
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How has tort reform affected the amount of money a plaintiff wins from a jury verdict?
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How are Criminal Trials different than Civil Trials?
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Can you explain the difference between the burden of proof needed at criminal trials vs civil trials?
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What is the difference between "Common Law" and "Statutory Law"?
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Why do we need plaintiff's lawyers?

Free Resources

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What is My Case Worth
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Common Law vs. Statutory Law