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Happy New Year and Thanks

I have been the fortunate beneficiary of having many great clients over the last 40 plus years. I want to thank them for the trust they placed in me which has allowed me to enjoy helping people. That has been … Continue reading

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The Rule of Law

We must be ever vigilant in protecting our rights as citizens of these great United States. We are a democracy. We hold elections. The people we elect are sworn to uphold the rule of law. Let’s make sure that we … Continue reading

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What are Common Injuries in a Car Crash?

Injuries in car crashes can be mild to deadly.  Various factors contribute to the severity of the injuries.  Speed, vehicle size, road conditions and use of seat belts are major contributing factors. Here are some of the injuries we have … Continue reading

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Million Dollar + Product Liability Settlement

Jim Sherburne and I just completed litigating a wrongful death case where a car fell off the lift the mechanic was using and crushed him to death. We were able to convince the manufacturer and its lawyers that had an … Continue reading

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1.7M Verdict in Tow Truck Accident

Key may have been moving trial from Aitkin County “If you try the case 10 times, I don’t know how many times you are going to get verdict of more than $1 million.” —Bob Christensen, Minneapolis attorney by Patrick Thornton … Continue reading

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Government Fraud Costs Hospital $98 Million

We continue to sue false claims or whistleblower cases throughout the country to recover money paid to corporations that have illegally been receiving taxpayer funds.  The following report from the American Association for Justice is typical of these false claims … Continue reading

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Bike Safety Practices Are Not Optional

A number of years ago I represented a 9 year old little girl brain injured and quadriplegic when she was struck by a van on a residential street while she was entering the road from her driveway on a bicycle.  … Continue reading

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Governor Jesse Ventura’s Jury Is In Deliberations

It would be difficult to not know about our former governor’s lawsuit against the estate of the deceased Navy SEAL for money damages he claims were sustained by publishing untrue allegations in a book.  He is claiming millions of dollars … Continue reading

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ABOTA Dedicated to Save Our Juries

I am proud to have been  selected to be a member of the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA).  ABOTA is a national organization  of trial lawyers and judges committed to educating the public of the importance of preserving our … Continue reading

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Distracted Driving Is Epidemic

The National Safety Council recognized April as Distracted Driving Awareness Month.  It urges that: People stop using cell phones while driving Recognize that hands-free devices offer no safety benefit Understand the dangers of the cognitive distraction to the brain You … Continue reading

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