SiebenCarey Promotes Shannon Carey to Partner
SiebenCarey today announced the promotion of Shannon Carey as the firm’s newest partner. Shannon is a fourth-generation attorney whose practice is focused on representing injured individuals harmed by medical providers, auto or motorcycle accidents, product defects, or negligent home and business owners. She has practiced law at SiebenCarey since 2006.
“We are pleased to have Shannon join us as a partner,” said Jim Carey, Managing Partner of the firm. “She serves her clients well and has worked tirelessly to protect their rights. This is a well-deserved promotion and we extend our congratulations and thanks to her for her hard work."
Shannon has successfully represented individuals and families in many complex litigations, including medical malpractice, wrongful death, dram shop and catastrophic injury claims. She enjoys helping her clients understand the legal process and giving them a voice within the system.
In 2011, Shannon received Minnesota Lawyer's "Up and Coming Attorneys" award, reserved for attorneys who have distinguished themselves during their first 10 years of practice. Since 2012, she has been named a Rising Star in a survey by Super Lawyers Magazine. In 2013, Shannon was also chosen as one of "The Top Women Attorneys in Minnesota" by women selected to the Minnesota Super Lawyers and Rising Stars lists.
Shannon is admitted to practice in the District and Federal Courts in Minnesota. She received her Bachelor’s degree Magna Cum Laude from the University of St. Thomas and her J.D. from William Mitchell College of Law, St. Paul. She is also a 2010 graduate of the Trial Lawyers College.
About the firm
Founded in 1952, SiebenCarey has grown to become one of Minnesota’s largest and most widely respected personal injury law firms, successfully representing more than 65,000 cases. For more than 60 years the firm has employed experienced lawyers and professional support personnel covering general trial practice in all courts, personal injury, workers’ compensation, wrongful death and medical malpractice. The offices are located around the state of Minnesota in Minneapolis, Lakeville, Duluth, and Fairfax.