Wojtalewicz Law has over Three Decades of experience in personal injury law, helping people and families face catastrophic injuries such as: Blindness, Brain Injuries, and Loss of Limb.
Over the last two decades, Brian has lectured and advised other injury lawyers on the intricacies and successful handling of cases. Our firm prides itself on personal attention to each of our clients.
Your case will not be one of hundreds being "processed" by a large firm, especially those spending huge sums on T.V. marketing. Brian brings decades of experience handling injury and wrongful death cases in the following areas:
Over 3 decades of experience helping people and families faced with the following catastrophic injuries...
Spinal Cord Injuries
Brian Wojtalewicz has over 3 decades of experience recovering substantial settlements for life and health losses caused by the negligence of others. His advocacy has achieved settlements in over 90% of his cases.
Awards and Honors
Brian was elected by his fellow trial lawyers as the 2011-2012 President of the Minnesota Association for Justice (formerly the Minnesota Trial Lawyers Association), the preeminent organization of Minnesota Civil Attorneys who specialize in fighting for justice for injured individuals and the families of those wrongfully killed by the negligence of others. He is among 2% of lawyers who are certified as a civil trial specialist by both the MN State Bar Assn. and the Nat'l Board of Trial Advocacy, and 6% of lawyers who were selected as a Leading Attorney and a Super Lawyer in surveys of MN lawyers.
He has been a guest speaker at the American Trial Lawyers Assn. annual conventions in New York City and Boston, the Florida Academy of Trial Lawyers in Miami Beach and for many trial lawyer seminars in MN. He was honored as one of ten Attorneys-of-the-Year for 2001 by MN Lawyer Magazine, and as the 2002 Member-of-the-Year by the MN Trial Lawyers Association (now the MAJ)
Brian is rated "AV" by the respected, nationwide Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory. The ratings are developed by obtaining confidential opinions from lawyer adversaries and judges before whom the lawyer has appeared. An "A" ability rating is the "very high to preeminent" category, the highest rating possible. It signifies that the lawyer has reached the highest levels of skill and integrity. The "V" rating is the highest for adherence to ethical standards, reliability and diligence.
Brian was appointed by the Minnesota Supreme Court for service from 1990 to 1998 on the Minnesota Judicial Selection Commission, which was responsible for interviewing and assessing lawyer candidates for judgeships, and making recommendations on appointments. From 1996-99, Brian was a member of the Minnesota Eighth Judicial District Ethics Committee, which investigated ethics charges against lawyers.