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Five Generations of Careys Uphold the Family Tradition of Legal Service

SiebenCarey - SiebenCarey "Know Your Rights" AttorneyNovember 22, 2017

It all started when James Patrick Carey came to Minnesota from Wisconsin in the late 1800s and began practicing law in the Iron Range town of Virginia, serving as municipal judge there for nearly 40 years. An impressive accomplishment on its own, but the son of Irish immigrants would be particularly proud today knowing that he started a family tradition of legal service that has stretched through five generations.

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James Carey Appointed to Board of Directors for the Minnesota Military Family Foundation

James P. Carey - SiebenCarey "Know Your Rights" AttorneyNovember 09, 2017

SiebenCarey is pleased to announce that the firm’s managing partner and president, Jim Carey, has been appointed to the Board of Directors of the Minnesota Military Family Foundation (MMFF).

This organization is especially dear to Jim Carey and his wife, Molly, who have personally experienced family members serving in the Armed Forces; their two sons Ian and Nick are both Iraq war veterans and Nick remains an active member of the Minnesota National Guard, Red Bull Division.

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Jeffrey Sieben Achieves Board Certification from National Board of Trial Advocacy

Sieben CareyOctober 01, 2017

SiebenCarey today announced that attorney Jeffrey Sieben has successfully achieved Board Certification as a Civil Trial Advocate by the National Board of Trial Advocacy.
Board Certification is the highest, most stringent, and most reliable honor an attorney can achieve. Approximately three percent of American lawyers are board certified and Jeffrey Sieben is a member of a very select group who has taken the time to prove competence in their specialty area and earn board certification.

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Robert Brabbit Joins SiebenCarey

Robert T. Brabbit - SiebenCarey "Know Your Rights" AttorneyJune 12, 2017

SiebenCarey is pleased to announce that Robert Brabbit has joined the firm practicing law in the company’s Minneapolis, Minn., office. For more than 26 years, Brabbit has committed himself to servicing people throughout the state of Minnesota. He will continue to represent clients with personal injury and workers’ compensation claims.

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Eric W. Beyer Joins SiebenCarey

SiebenCarey - SiebenCarey "Know Your Rights" AttorneyDecember 01, 2016

SiebenCarey is pleased to announce that Eric Beyer has joined the firm and will be working from our Duluth, Minnesota office. Beyer comes to SiebenCarey after practicing for over 18 years at Falsani, Balmer, Peterson, Quinn & Beyer. Beyer will continue to represent clients with personal injury and workers compensation claims.

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Meet HCBA Member - Danielle Bird

Hennepin County Bar Association Blog, by Nick HansenAugust 12, 2016

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.

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Susan Holden Receives HCBA Professionalism Award

Susan M. Holden - SiebenCarey "Know Your Rights" AttorneyMay 30, 2016

SiebenCarey is proud to announce Susan Holden will be honored with the 2016 Professionalism Award by the Hennepin County Bar Association (HCBA). HCBA Professionalism Awards are presented to “members of the bench and bar who best exemplify the pursuit of the practice of law as a profession, including a spirit of public service and promotion of the highest possible level of competence, integrity and ethical conduct.”

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Rochester Native Certified by State Bar Association

Rochester Post BulletinOctober 28, 2015

Paul K. Downes has received certification as a Minnesota State Bar Association board-certified civil trial law specialist. Fewer than 3 percent of all licensed Minnesota attorneys receive the certification.The designation is earned by Minnesota attorneys who have completed an exam in the specialty area, peer review and documented experience. Certified attorneys must demonstrate superior knowledge, skill and integrity in their specific field.

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Michael Scully Recognized as Lawyer Of The Year

Hastings Star GazetteSeptember 03, 2015

The Hastings Star Gazette reports that Michael Scully was recognized as a Lawyer of the Year in The Best Lawyers in America 2016. Scully was selected by his peers in Minnesota for his work in Workers’ Compensation Law.

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John Carey Named 2016 Lawyer of the Year

SiebenCarey - SiebenCarey "Know Your Rights" AttorneyAugust 17, 2015

John W. Carey has been recognized as a Lawyer of the Year in The Best Lawyers in America® 2016. Carey was selected by his peers in Minnesota for his work in the practice area of Mediation.

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Michael Scully Named 2016 Lawyer Of The Year

SiebenCarey - SiebenCarey "Know Your Rights" AttorneyAugust 17, 2015

Michael Scully has been recognized as a Lawyer of the Year in The Best Lawyers in America 2016. Scully was selected by his peers in Minnesota for his work in the practice area of Workers’ Compensation Law - Claimants.

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An Uncommon Level of Common Sense

Super Lawyers Magazine, By Adam WahlbergJuly 08, 2015

Plenty of attorneys have the law in their blood. But with Jim Carey, one gets a sense he might actually test ABA positive.

The Carey name goes way back in Minnesota, particularly on the Iron Range. Carey’s great-grandfather, after whom he’s named, was a judge in the city of Virginia from early in the century until 1946. Carey’s father, Thomas, practiced insurance defense on the Range before becoming a judge in Hennepin County. His uncle John ran a small firm in Fairfax before coming to SiebenCarey.

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Minnesota Kids Are Too Fat To Fight

Star Tribune, by Mark BrunswickApril 30, 2015

Minnesota kids are too fat to fight.

That’s the message from a group of retired generals who say the state’s kids are too fat, eat too poorly and don’t get enough exercise to qualify to join the military.

As part of a nationwide effort, generals recommend more physical education classes and better meals in schools and more walking and biking trails in the state’s communities to get kids in fighting trim.

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Children's Fitness And The Military

Star Tribune, By Dennis Schulstad and Harry SiebenFebruary 18, 2015

As retired generals, we can tell you that nearly one in three young Americans is too physically unfit to join the military and we need to do more to encourage an active, healthy lifestyle.

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