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Personal, Knowledgeable, Experienced
Jim Carey serves as the President and Managing Partner of SiebenCarey where he assists clients from throughout Minnesota in the areas of wrongful death and personal injury. He focuses his practice on cases involving auto accidents, medical malpractice, nursing home negligence and abuse, and catastrophic personal injury.
Jim earned a reputation for winning big cases and sits on the American Board of Trial Advocates, an elite organization of accomplished trial attorneys. To qualify, he demonstrated significant courtroom skill and experience, high personal character, and an honorable reputation.
News and Articles
Hunting Accidents - Who Pays?
Many of the recoveries and settlements we’ve won on behalf of hunting accident victims have been paid by the defendant’s homeowner insurance.
Jim Carey Inducted To American College of Trial Lawyers
SiebenCarey is pleased to announce that on September 12, 2014 Jim Carey was inducted in to the American College of Trial Lawyers at their annual meeting in London, England.
For PI firm, short is sweet
Times change, founding partners move on, and the marketplace demands a fresh style of branding. Those factors led to the firm's recent name change to simply SiebenCarey.
Article Spells Out Insurance Industry’s 3-D’s
Deny, Delay and Don’t Pay!
SiebenCarey Attorneys Recognized in Annual Super Lawyers Publication
Super Lawyers magazine published its annual recognition list today, which includes 18 attorneys from SiebenCarey.
Human Error and Medical Malpractice
The simple solution to a complex question.
Medical Malpractice – Failure to Diagnose
Minnesota’s “damage accrual” standard leaves cancer patients out in the cold.
Wrongful Death Damages
In wrongful death actions, family members may be entitled to “pecuniary” damages.
Wrongful Death – Who can bring an action?
When a family member dies as a result of the negligent act of another, who can bring an action?
Wrongful Death Statute of Limitations
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How long to file? Like so many questions of law, the answer is, “It depends.”
Some medical devices fast tracked by the FDA eventually cause harm in patients. Learn about them here.
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