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Shannon Carey has a passion for the law that runs in the family; she's a fourth generation attorney. Prior to becoming a trial lawyer, Shannon worked in human resources for 10 years. She worked in several industries, including a large health care system and a nationally prominent insurance company. These experiences gave her a thorough understanding of the inner workings of large businesses, providing Shannon a unique perspective when representing her clients.
During her legal career, Shannon and her team have successfully represented individuals and families in complex litigations, including, but not limited to, medical malpractice, wrongful death, dram shop and catastrophic injury claims. Her practice focuses on representing those who’ve been harmed by medical providers, daycare providers, auto or motorcycle accidents, product defects or negligent home/business owners.
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2015 Super Lawyers From SiebenCarey
Fourteen SiebenCarey attorneys named Minnesota Super Lawyers; three named to Minnesota Rising Stars.
Minnesota Lawyer: People & Practices
SiebenCarey announced the promotion of Shannon Carey as the firm’s newest partner.
SiebenCarey Promotes Shannon Carey to Partner
SiebenCarey today announced the promotion of Shannon Carey as the firm’s newest partner.
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.
SiebenCarey Attorneys Recognized in Annual Super Lawyers Publication
Super Lawyers magazine published its annual recognition list today, which includes 18 attorneys from SiebenCarey.
How to Select an Attorney - Tip #5
How to Select an Attorney - Tip #4
Take the hype with a grain of salt.
How to Select an Attorney - Tip #3
Ask yourself: If I were sitting on a jury right now, listening to this lawyer, would I be sold on what he’s saying?
How to Select an Attorney - Tip #2
One of the most important things to find out regarding an attorney you’re interviewing is what percentage of his or her time is spent in the area of practice related to your situation.
How to Select an Attorney - Tip #1
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