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Background

Matt joined SiebenCarey in 2012. He is a partner and shareholder of the firm. His practice is focused on personal injury and wrongful death claims involving car, motorcycle, boating, ATV, and trucking, tractor-trailer accidents. He also handles liquor liability, medical malpractice, defective products, and premises liability cases.

Matt has been recognized as a Super Lawyers Rising Stars honoree. He is an active member in Minnesota's legal community. He serves on the Board of Governors, as well as various committees, for the Minnesota Association for Justice. He is a frequent lecturer and author on topics involving personal injury.

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Awards and Associations

  • Minnesota Rising Stars - Super Lawyers/Thomson Reuters (2013-2015)
  • American Association for Justice Leader's Forum - Member
  • Minnesota State Bar Association - Member
  • Minnesota Association for Justice - Board of Governors, Section Chair, New Lawyers Section (former), Committee Member, Amicus Curiae Committee
  • American Association for Justice - Member
  • APITLA (Association of Plaintiff Interstate Trucking Lawyers of America) - Member
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News and Articles

Share the Road With Pedestrians
Every year in Minnesota, pedestrians are struck and killed by drivers who simply did not see the person walking across the road. Drivers must be aware of their surroundings at all times to be alert for all pedestrian crossings.

New Boating Laws for 2016
School is out, a sure sign of summer! Also a sign that boating season is upon us again. Before you get caught up in the variety of summer water activities popular in Minnesota, please take time to read this.

Recent Increase in Minnesota Fatal Car Accidents
With summer just getting into swing, and the temperatures rising, unfortunately there has been an increase in fatal car crashes on Minnesota roads and highways.

Snowmobile Safety
Minnesota is a great state for snowmobile riding. Whether you’re off for a long trail ride, or cruising out to the ice fishing shack, there are plenty of ways to enjoy Minnesota’s snowmobile season.

Avoid Pedestrian Car Accidents in Minnesota
When a car strikes a pedestrian, typically, the unfortunate result is that the injury is more serious, more debilitating, and more more difficult to recover from, if at all.

Minnesota Motorcycle Accident Insurance: What You Need to Know
There are a number of stark differences between motorcycle accident insurance and car accident insurance in Minnesota. What most folks don’t realize until its too late is that their motorcycle policy may not protect them if they are injured while riding.

School Bus Safety Tips From a Minnesota Accident Lawyer
This week is National School Bus Safety Week (October 19-23, 2015). I have been a Minnesota accident lawyer over ten years and wanted to take this opportunity to pass along some safety tips for motorists who encounter a school bus.

Bikes and Pedestrians Are No Match For Cars
In the last couple of years, I have seen an increase in the number of new bike and pedestrian injury cases in my practice. Unfortunately, injury severity is markedly increased when a biker or pedestrian encounters an inattentive person driving a car.

2015 Super Lawyers From SiebenCarey
Fourteen SiebenCarey attorneys named Minnesota Super Lawyers; three named to Minnesota Rising Stars.

Keep Safe On The Water This Summer
With summer in full swing and July upon us, many folks will be using one of our 10,000 lakes to go swimming and boating. Having seen a number of injury and fatality claims it’s important to implement safe practices on the water.

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Newsletter

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Education

  • J.D., 2005, William Mitchell College of Law
  • B.A., Cum Laude, 2001, St. Cloud State University
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