Sending you a friendly reminder! It has been 10 long years since my 1st accident. I know, hard to believe! And I wanted to express to you, a huge thank you David! I don’t know where I would be, or what the outcome of all that has happened, that could have been… without you.
A neighbor said he saw sparks, but we didn’t see any fire. I ended up in the hospital for months. A friend of mine recommended this firm. David did a lot of research, hired just the right experts and got all the information. They did a good job for me.
Practices: Car Accidents & Personal Injury, Railroad & Train Accidents, Catastrophic Injuries & Wrongful Death
Before working as a Minnesota personal injury lawyer and wrongful death attorney, David Bolt represented insurance companies, railroads, and other personal injury defendants for 11 years. This defense experience
provided David with an insider’s knowledge that continues to benefit clients who have experienced devastating injuries due to another person’s or corporation’s negligence. David represents clients in states across the country, from Washington to Florida.
David’s focus is exclusively personal injury law, accidental death, and wrongful death. While his legal work has resulted in financial compensation above $1,000,000 for some of his clients, his compassion is what has really sets him apart from other Minnesota personal injury lawyers. David has been known to stay in touch with his clients to ensure they are not just financially secure, but emotionally supported as well.
When David is not working on cases or in court representing his clients, he enjoys spending time with his wife and four children. His favorite recreational hobbies include traveling, hunting, paddleboarding, camping, snowboarding, canoeing, and fishing. He has served on the boards of non-profit organizations, including as chair of the Anoka Area Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors.
David is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Macalester College, and received a law degree with honors from the University of Minnesota. An extensive list of awards and certifications illustrate his talents and achievements in his field. He has been voted one of the state’s top 25 personal injury lawyers and named a “Super Lawyer” in Minnesota Law & Politics. American Law and Leading Attorneys named him a “Leading American Attorney,” and Martindale Hubble rated him with the highest possible rating of A-V.
- University of Minnesota — Minneapolis, Minnesota, Law degree with honors
- Macalester College — St. Paul, Minnesota, Phi Beta Kappa graduate
- Voted one of “Minnesota’s Top 25 Personal Injury Lawyers” in Minnesota Law & Politics
- Named a “Super Lawyer™” by Minnesota Law & Politics & Twin Cities Business magazines; chosen by a statewide survey of attorneys
- Named a “Top Minnesota Lawyer” by Mpls. St. Paul magazine
- Named a “Leading American Attorney” by American Law and Leading Attorneys
- Listed in “The Best Lawyers in America” and “The Best Lawyers in Minnesota”
- Chosen as a “Top 25 Alternative Dispute Resolution Super Lawyers,” by a statewide survey of attorneys in Minnesota Law & Politics magazine and Twin Cities Business magazine
- Certified Civil Trial Specialist by the National Board of Trial Advocacy, the most rigorous certifying board in the country
- Certified Civil Trial Specialist, Minnesota State Bar Association
- Rated A-V, the highest possible rating, by Martindale Hubble
- Master Member, Douglas J. Amdahl Inn of Court
- Million Dollar Advocates Forum®, The Top Trial Lawyers in America®
- Academy of Certified Trial Lawyers
- Hennepin County Bar Association
- Anoka County Bar Association
- Minnesota State Bar Association
- Past member, International Association of Defense Council
- Past member, Minnesota Defense Lawyers Association
- Past president and board of directors, University of Minnesota’s Vision Foundation
- Past member, Minnesota Medical Foundation
- Admitted to practice in Minnesota and Wisconsin
- Elected for a three-year term to the Anoka Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors
- Appointed by the Minnesota Supreme Court to the Standing Committee for Administration of No-Fault Arbitration for four-year terms.