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What Kinds of Injury Cases do we Handle?
We handle all sorts of personal injury cases. Before undertaking any representation, the Paul Lelii Office begins by understanding who shares the road! Motorcyclists, Bicyclists, and Pedestrians share the road, however, sometimes they COLLIDE, and personal injuries result!
The United States Department of Transportation, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Division has made available for the public “Share the Road” for users of our roads, highways, sidewalks, and bike routes/paths. Safety is paramount for yourself and the public.
While we handle typical personal injury claims, like car accidents, semi-truck accidents, workplace injuries, slip and falls, and intentional torts (assault and battery), the more complex but common accidents are noted below, for example, accidents on golf carts or bicycles or motorcycles.
Bicycle accidents result in serious personal injuries. Safely riding your bicycle is essential. In Minnesota, bicycle riders are governed by Minnesota Statutes, section 169.222. Click here: https://www.revisor.mn.gov/statutes/cite/169.222
If you ride a Motorized Bicycle, then Minnesota Statutes, section 169.223 applies. Click here: https://www.revisor.mn.gov/statutes/cite/169.223, and for electric vehicle speeds, See https://www.revisor.mn.gov/statutes/cite/169.224
If you ride a Motorized Foot Scooter, Minnesota Statutes, section 169.225 applies. https://www.revisor.mn.gov/statutes/cite/169.225
The Minnesota Bike Alliance is another excellent resource for bicyclists learning their rights and responsibilities. https://www.bikemn.org/education/minnesota-bicycling-handbook/what-if-theres-a-crash https://www.bikemn.org/education/minnesota-bicycling-handbook
Click here to find your free Minnesota bike law pocket guide prepared by the Minnesota Department of Transportation. https://www.dot.state.mn.us/bike/safety-education.html
Each city or county, or federal property may be regulated as well. You need an attorney to figure out your rights. Contact us immediately if you were injured in a bicycle, motorized bicycle accident, or motorized foot scooter accident. Rapidly securing evidence of the accident scene is imperative to understand whether you have a claim against the motor vehicle driver.
Motorcycle accidents usually result in catastrophic personal injuries. Knowing all the laws regulating the operation of a motorcycle and insurance coverages is critical to a successful recovery for the injured party. Minnesota’s motorcycle laws are vast and complex.
See https://dps.mn.gov/divisions/ots/mmsc/motorcycle-license/Pages/laws-regulations.aspx A careful analysis of the accident is imperative, in addition to an attorney identifying all potential defendants and reviewing all applicable insurance policies.
- Back or spinal injuries
- Amputation of limbs
- Broken or fractured bones
- Eye and ear injuries
- Internal organ damage
- Head or brain injuries (Traumatic Brain Injuries “TBI”)
YOU NEED A PERSONAL INJURY LAWYER. YOU ARE IN THE RIGHT PLACE.
Clients hire Paul Lelii for personal injury claims because he listens to their problems and has their best interests in his heart. Paul Lelii is concerned about the client’s entire life and the impact a settlement or lawsuit would have on the client’s overall future.
Paul Lelii steps into the ring and fights tooth and nail, never giving up. Insurance adjusters are paid to deny claims or settle for as little as possible. The Paul Lelii Law Office is here to make them pay the claim’s total value or ask a jury to make that decision. Insurance companies fear jury verdicts when a well-prepared lawyer presents the case. Paul Lelii is that lawyer for you.
If you have been injured in an accident, you’ll need an attorney who has been taking on insurance companies since 2004. GET AN ATTORNEY WHO WINS.
Get your free consultation: 1-888-401-5291.
Note: If Paul Lelii Law Office agrees to process your case under a contingency fee agreement, there is no fee if there is no recovery. Clients are responsible for court filing fees and case expenses whether they win or lose their case unless agreed to otherwise.