As an experienced St. Paul Minneapolis Personal Injury Lawyer for over 35 years, I am dedicated to serving victims of automobile accidents, other personal injury, serious injury and wrongful death throughout the Twin Cities area, and across Minnesota. After an accident occurs, injured victims face important decisions. During these times, it is important to consult with an experienced attorney who can assist with these decisions, and provide trusted legal support. I am a pioneer in terms of identifying the root cause of neck and back pain following auto crashes. I am thoroughly familiar with the anatomy of and injures to the human spine, as well as many medical specialties, including neurology and orthopedics. My clients often receive 5-10 times more compensation than patients who do not pursue legal recourse for their injuries. Let my experience work for you, take a moment and read my client’s testimonials.
Contact my firm today if you or a loved one has been injured and needs legal assistance with any of the following matters:
- Auto Accidents
- Dog Bites
- Motorcycle Accidents
- Bicycle Accidents
- Wrongful Death
- Spinal Cord Injury
- Traumatic Brain Injury
- Burn Injuries
- Long Term Disability
Legal claims arising from auto accidents in Minnesota will almost certainly involve the application of the No-Fault law. Understanding the relationship between No-Fault insurance, liability insurance, uninsured motorist insurance, underinsured motorist insurance, and perhaps even health care insurance, is critical in a personal injury case. Too many people assume that they have no claim or that they are not injured. I can explain your legal rights if you have been involved in an auto accident, and discuss your litigation options.
Bicycle accidents, although they may involve motor vehicles such as a car or truck, are treated differently under Minnesota law. Typically, an injured bicyclist is entitled to No-Fault medical coverage. However, there is a series of events that must be understood so that the claim is made in an appropriate and timely fashion. If you have been involved in a bicycle accident, contact my firm as soon as possible to learn what insurance coverage may be available, and what claims you may have.
Motorcycle operators have the same legal rights as automobile drivers, but motorcycles are not considered to be a motor vehicle under Minnesota law. Therefore, the payment of any medical bills arising from these claims will be treated differently than an automobile. It is important to consult with a qualified attorney to discuss your legal course of action if you have been injured in a motorcycle accident, especially those involving coverage for medical bills and wage loss. For over three decades, my firm has been providing honest, competent, and steadfast legal guidance to our personal injury clients, and we will not rest on a case until you have received the justice you deserve. If you or someone you know needs the assistance of an experienced St. Paul/Minneapolis Personal Injury Lawyer, call John Wood today, or complete the contact form provided on this site to schedule a free consultation. To further under the Personal Injury area, read through How To Succeed in a Personal Injury Case