Prepare To Win.

Prepare To Win.

Slip And Fall On Black Ice

“They’re outstanding, absolutely top notch and they got me the settlement I needed.” – Thomas P., Minneapolis

Car Ran Stoplight And Hit Me

“I knew everything was going to work out… and it did…. I was in good hands with Walsh & Gaertner.” – Jackie C., Eden Prairie

Rear-Ended On I-95

“Mark Gaertner went above and beyond to make sure that me and my family were taken care of.” – Gloria A., Stillwater

Meet Our Attorneys

Mark Gaertner
Clifford J. Knippel
John Thomas Siegler
Gregory J. Walsh
Walsh & Gaertner

Personal Injury Attorneys Helping Clients Maximize Results

Since our founding in 2000, we have successfully assisted more than 10,000 clients in maximizing their injury cases. We believe our excellent track record is a result of being prepared. We prepare personal injury case so we can negotiate or litigate when necessary. We also prepare our clients, including using our onsite mock trial center to make people more comfortable with the legal process.

Commercial Collection Services Available Nationwide

Accounts Receivable Industries

Truck/Trailer Leasing


Professional Sports Franchises

Strong Representation And Assistance After Serious Injuries

Our knowledgeable personal injury lawyers represent people who have been injured in many types of negligence cases, including:
  • Car accidents in Minnesota and Wisconsin
  • Dog bite cases
  • Slip-and-falls
  • Wrongful death and catastrophic, life-changing injuries

Get Your Case Evaluated Conveniently

Our Mock Courtroom Helps Prepare People For Trial

The best attorneys prepare their clients for the challenge and stress of going to court. Our mock courtroom is available to our clients, and it is available to rent. This space also works wonderfully for ADR meetings. Call us or email us through our contact form with your request.
Walsh & Gaertner Mock Courtroom

We Get Results



A 50-year old father of three was killed on a dangerous roadway when another driver crossed the center line.



A 28-year-old young man’s sleeve was pulled into auger, permanently damaging his arm and affecting his earning potential forever.



A 20-year-old was struck as he rode his bike through the University of Minnesota campus and was rendered a quadriplegic.