Fair treatment under the law is what everyone should have a right to expect. Yet, when serious wrongdoing harms one of us in the public, and lawyers line up on both sides, justice can be hard to come by.
Our law firm works to ensure the people of our communities get the fair treatment they deserve. When serious misconduct occurs, we're the lawyers who stand firmly on the side of everyday people.
"We will fight, every day, for people who have been wronged, and for people in need. We will fight for fairness and against injustice. We will do what's right."
We're the lawyers who work to make sure an injured member of the public is treated fairly. We're the lawyers who fight back against insurance corporations when they ignore the rights of everyday people. We're the lawyers who stand up for the rights of abuse victims and help hold their perpetrators accountable.
Notably, our attorneys have received statewide recognition as a result of having secured some of the most significant and record-setting damages recoveries in the state of Minnesota. For example, Michael Hall, III's $10.5 million dollar verdict, listed above, is the largest jury verdict ever recorded in Stearns County Minnesota (Minnesota's Seventh Judicial District - St. Cloud, MN). Further, Michael Hall III's recent $798,000.00 jury verdict, also listed above, has been recognized as one of the largest whiplash injury verdicts in Minnesota state history.
Help for Injured Clients
More and more, people who want nothing more than fair treatment under the law, face stiffer challenges and stronger opposition. Individuals who need our help are invited to contact us directly by calling 1-800-292-1979. Calling this number will allow you to speak directly to one of our firm paralegals with whom you can discuss your case. Everyone's case is different, so if you've been injured in an accident, we encourage you to give us a call directly so we can answer your specific questions.
Our primary offices are in Edina, St. Cloud and Minneapolis, and our lawyers serve clients throughout the state. When you contact our office you are encouraged to ask for a meeting at the location which is most convenient for you.
How the Process Works
Personal injury law is about fairness. Defendants should be held accountable when their wrongful conduct has caused injury. And, when people from the community are injured, they should be treated fairly under the law. Our attorneys are experts at making sure our clients receive a, full, fair and just result.
Obtaining fair compensation in a personal injury matter typically requires negotiation and/or litigation. After an injury occurs, defendants and their insurance companies will often do everything they can to avoid paying fair compensation for the injuries they have caused. They know who is represented and who is not, and they know which law firms are willing to go to trial for their clients and which are not. Facing the defense alone and without the help of an expert legal team is perilous.
If a case cannot be resolved through negotiation, our lawyers have the experience and expertise to try your case before a jury of your peers. Our attorneys guide you through the twists and turns of the legal process and make sure at-fault defendants meet their responsibility by paying full, fair compensation.
Because of the firm's consistent and high quality work, clients have given our personal injury lawyers Martindale.com's and Lawyers.com's preeminent 5.0 out of 5 client rating. The preeminent client rating is based on measures of responsiveness, quality of service, and value. It is the highest possible client rating for a personal injury lawyer.
Peer Review Ratings
As a result of our work representing injured people over the years, firm lawyers have benefited from the recognition and respect of our peers in the legal community. Mike Hall Sr. holds an AV rating from Martindale-Hubbell, the highest rating for both legal ability and professional ethics. Mike has been selected by his peers in the legal community as a "Leading Minnesota Attorney," a distinction received by less than 5% of all Minnesota lawyers. Mike was named a Super Lawyer by Twin Cities Business Monthly in 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, and 2011.
In 2013 Michael Hall, III was named one of the top 100 litigation lawyers in the state of Minnesota. This is a distinction conferred by the American Society of Legal Advocates. Selection to the top 100 is based on measures of demonstrated legal achievement. In addition, Michael has been rated a Rising Star by Superlawyers.com. No more than 2.5 percent of the lawyers in the state are named to this list.
1010 West St. Germain St., Ste 100
St. Cloud MN 56301
At Hall Law we handle all manner of personal injury cases, with a focus on catastrophic injury and death cases.
-Broken Bone Injuries
-Construction Site Litigation
-Dog Bite Injuries
-Drunk Driving Accidents
-Foster Care Abuse
-Injuries to Children
-Nursing Home Abuse
-Pedestrian Vehicle Accidents
-Premises Liability Litigation including Slip and Fall
-Products Liability Litigation
-Sexual Abuse and Sexual
-Spinal Cord Injuries
-Toxic Poisoning Injuries
Mike Hall is the founding member of Hall Law, having maintained the practice for more than 35 years. He holds an AV rating from Martindale-Hubbell, the highest rating for both legal ability and professional ethics. Mike has been selected by his peers in the legal community as a "Leading Minnesota Attorney," a distinction received by less than 5% of all Minnesota lawyers. Mike was named a Super Lawyer by Twin Cities Business Monthly in 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, and 2013. Mike has also been recognized by Minnesota Law & Politics in their compilation of Who's Who in Personal Injury Law.
Mike was born and raised in St. Cloud, Minnesota. His education includes an undergraduate degree in political science from the University of St. Thomas (B.A., 1966) and a law degree from the University of Minnesota School of Law (J.D., 1969). Mike was admitted to practice in Minnesota in 1969. He is also admitted to practice in Federal District Court, the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals, and the United States Supreme Court. Following admission to the bar, Mike served as a law clerk for the Minnesota Supreme Court from August, 1969 to August, 1970.
Mike's legal career in St. Cloud began in 1970 when he joined the Hall & Byers firm. He served as the St. Cloud City Prosecutor from approximately 1970 through 1975. During that period he also conducted criminal prosecutions on behalf of Stearns County. He acted as legal counsel for LeSauk Township from 1973 through 1979. He served as counsel for the St. Cloud Catholic Diocese from 1973 through 1978. In 1979 Mike left Hall & Byers to form his own civil litigation practice. Since that time Mike's work focused increasingly on personal injury litigation, where he has had remarkable success on behalf of his clients.
The quality of Mike's work is reflected in his exceptional courtroom record, where over the years he has won substantial jury verdicts throughout Minnesota in claims involving products liability, liquor liability, general negligence, motor vehicle negligence, premises liability, municipal liability, business negligence, homeowner negligence, construction liability, fraud, real property disputes, divorce, and eminent domain. The personal injury cases Mike has handled have run the gamut, covering a wide array of claims including wrongful death, paraplegia, brain injuries, burns, organ loss, facial injuries, scarring, and all types of musculoskeletal injuries. A short list of some of Mike's recent results follows:
Recent results - Mike Hall, Sr.:
-$6,000,000.00 Product liability settlement - Minneapolis, MN
-$800,000.00 - Premises liability settlement - St. Cloud, MN
-$1,200,000.00 Car accident settlement - St. Cloud, MN
-$515,000.00 Car accident verdict - Aitkin, MN
-$850,000.00 ATV accident settlement - Stearns County, MN
-$450,000.00 Farm accident settlement - Stearns County, MN
-$4,670,000.00 Gas leak & explosion settlement - St. Cloud, MN
In addition to his litigation experience, Mike has held several directorship and board membership positions. He has served as a director for Zapp National Bank and Mathew Hall Lumber Company. He served as both a board member and former president for St. Cloud's Downtown Association, and was a board member at St. John's Preparatory School.
Mike is a member and former president of the John E. Simonett Chapter of the American Inns of Court. He is a member and serves on the board of governors for the Minnesota Trial Lawyers Association. He is a member of the Minnesota State Bar Association, the American Association for Justice and the Stearns/Benton Bar Association.