Bicycle Accidents

TWIN CITIES Bicycle Accident Attorney
  • Evaluate your bicycle accident case with an experienced lawyer
  • Work with compassionate attorneys with a high success rate
  • Receive expert legal guidance and one-on-one counseling
  • Find justice after a life-changing injury or wrongful death

Bicycle Accident Attorneys for Life-Changing Injuries

If a trip on your bicycle ends with life-changing injuries and someone else is responsible, seeking legal help is highly recommended. You likely have a case and could file a claim against the other party to seek damages for physical and emotional injuries.

When you’re in a situation such as this, you need an experienced attorney who pays close attention to every last detail. You need JD Haas & Associates, PLLC. Getting legal assistance for a bicycle accident might not seem worth the effort while you’re dealing with trauma, but we know from experience how healing a verdict can be.

Our law firm represents personal injury and wrongful death cases in Minnesota, Iowa, Wisconsin, and several nearby states.

As Personal Injury Attorneys, We Are Selective

Our legal team is selective in the bicycle accident cases we take because we’re driven to make a difference for good people who have been through the worst. Sure, we could accept every personal injury case that comes to us to make easy money, but money doesn’t motivate us. We’d rather pursue the most research-and-time-intensive cases that require superior law proficiency.

Specializing in complex and challenging personal injury cases, such as those with amputations, brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, or wrongful death, allows us to use our skills at the highest level, and we have a reputation for success.

Get Started Today With a Case Evaluation

JD Haas & Associates is ready to evaluate the facts of your bicycle accident to determine who is liable and help you seek justice. Get started today with a case evaluation: 952-345-1025.

Proudly Serving In:

  • Colorado
  • Illinois
  • Iowa
  • Minnesota
  • Missouri
  • Nebraska
  • New Mexico
  • North Dakota
  • South Dakota
  • Wisconsin