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Danielle Bird Minnesota Workers' Compensation Attorney

Meet Workers Comp Attorney Danielle Bird Do I Need A  Workers Comp Attorney? Should I Sign a Release?


Danielle has specialized in Workers' Compensation for her entire career. Danielle has a clear understanding of the issues facing people injured on the job and the experience and ability to help her clients resolve them. Danielle joined SiebenCarey in 2014, she has been practicing law in Minnesota for twelve years.

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Awards and Associations

  • American Bar Association - Member
  • Minnesota Association for Justice - Member
  • Minnesota State Bar Association - Member
  • Hennepin County Bar Association - Member, Co-Chair Workers' Compensation Section
  • American Inns of Court - Douglas K. Amdahl Chapter Member
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News and Articles

Meet HCBA Member - Danielle Bird
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.

Danielle Bird: Working With Heart
Danielle Bird is a fiery advocate of injured workers. She is known for her well-balanced representation and skill in bringing resolution to legal matters.

Personal Injury Law - Finding a Path to Justice
Attorney at Law Magazine highlights the practices of Susan Holden, Shannon Carey, Marcia Miller and Danielle Bird.

With New Name SiebenCarey Remains Minnesota's Largest Personal Injury Law Firm
Personal injury law firm, SiebenCarey today announced its new name as part of the firm's strategic rebranding effort now underway.

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  • J.D., William Mitchell College of Law, St. Paul, Minnesota
  • B.S., University of Wisconsin - Madison, Madison, Wisconsin
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