As a lawyer, adjusting your practice can be difficult. Different practice groups, new clients, and other unfamiliar procedures can throw off even the most experienced lawyer. For Danielle Bird, a workers’ compensation attorney at SiebenCarey, her career change caused her to see things from the other side, literally. After eight years as defense counsel for an insurance company, she moved to doing plaintiff’s workers’ comp about two years ago.
Danielle Bird is a fiery advocate of injured workers at the firm of SiebenCarey, where she is known for her well-balanced representation and skill in bringing resolution to legal matters. She has a passion for representing injured workers.
Bird’s expertise, varied legal experience, sincere client care and respectful peer relationships make her an effective problem solver. “I am passionately dedicated to the work I do. I want to help people who have been injured and find themselves in difficult financial, medical and emotional situations. My practice is invigorating and rewarding; I work with heart.”
For more than 60 years, the firm of SiebenCarey has been protecting the rights of injured people.
It has grown to a comprehensive personal injury firm that includes auto accident, workers' compensation, medical malpractice and other injury accident representation. Among the team of elite lawyers, SiebenCarey highlights the practices of Susan Holden, Shannon Carey, Marcia Miller and Danielle Bird.
Personal injury law firm, SiebenCarey today announced its new name as part of the firm's strategic rebranding effort now underway. Formerly Sieben, Grose, Von Holtum & Carey, the new SiebenCarey brand reflects the firm's current leadership and efforts among its 20 attorneys who assist Minnesotan's with legal representation when they need it most.
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