minneapolis motorcycle accident lawyers

Injured in a Motorcycle Accident?

Due to the increased exposure of a motorcycle rider, accidents involving motorcycles are often frighteningly serious. Even the most responsible and experienced rider can be injured due to the fault of another. If you have been injured due to no fault of your own while riding a motorcycle, you need an experienced motorcycle accident attorney to help you.

You May Be Entitled To:

If you have been injured in a motorcycle 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 motorcycle and riding gear

How We Can Help

We are trusted motorcycle accident attorneys with 40+ years of combined experience representing motorcycle accident victims in Minnesota. Our personal injury attorneys work with a level of personal investment unseen at most firms. Here are 5 top reasons to speak to us if you've been injured in a motorcycle 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.
  • We use a team approach – We collaborate to strategize a winning solution.
  • We are accessible – Your attorney is always easy to reach.


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 a motorcycle, 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 or bicycle 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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Does No-Fault provide coverage if a loved one is killed in a car accident?
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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 accidents are not covered under the no-fault act?
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What is a bodily injury claim?
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Is my accident injury serious enough for a lawsuit?
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What is the value of my bodily injury (“liability”) claim?
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How do I get compensated if I am hit by an underinsured or uninsured driver?
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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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What if some of my personal property was damaged in the crash?
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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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Am I required to wear a helmet while operating or riding on a motorcycle in Minnesota?
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If I was injured while operating a motorcycle,are my injuries covered by my no-fault insurance?
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When and why would I bring a wrongful death claim in my loved one's death?

Free Resources

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What is My Case Worth
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No Fault Wage Loss
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No Fault Termination of Benefits
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No Fault Survivor Benefits
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No Fault Replacement Services
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No Fault Medical Coverage
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Common Law vs. Statutory Law
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Anatomy of a Lawsuit
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The Role of the Plaintiff's Trial Lawyer