Awards and Associations

2018 and 2016 Lawyer of the Year - Workers' Compensation Law - Claimants

Best Lawyers of America

Best Lawyers in America

Workers' Compensation Law

Super Lawyer - Thomson Reuters

Workers' Compensation

Best of the Best Attorneys

Top 10 Workers' Compensation Attorney

Minnesota Rising Stars

Super Lawyers/Thomson Reuters

Qualified Neutral under Rule 114

Minnesota Supreme Court

American Association for Justice Leader's Forum


Minnesota State Bar Association


Hennepin County Bar Association


American Association for Justice


Minnesota Association for Justice

Board of Governors Emeritus


Board of Directors - 2009 Distinguished Leader Award

Verdicts & Settlements

Experienced Motorcyclists Can Be Victims of Accidents

Litigation Type - Auto Accidents

Client Injury - Fractured Pelvis, Fractured Arm

An avid motorcyclist was passing through a city in Michigan on a trip from Ohio to Minnesota when he was struck by a dump truck. The motorcyclist was proceeding straight through an intersection on a green light and was hit by the dump truck who was making a left turn and failed to yield the right of way. The collision threw the motorcyclist off his bike and his motorcycle was wedged under the dump truck. He was transported by ambulance to a local hospital. The trauma services needed were not available at that hospital so our client was airlifted to St. Mary's Medical Center in Duluth, MN.

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Injured While Running Errand for Employer Can Be Covered by Workers' Compensation

Litigation Type - Work Related Injuries

Client Injury - Skull Fractures, Broken Bones

Our client was riding his motorcycle in Plymouth, MN on a sunny afternoon when he slowed down for a set of railroad tracks and was rear ended by the vehicle traveling behind him.  It is believed his motorcycle was pushed forward quite some distance underneath the vehicle.  Our client was wearing a helmet yet he sustained a sub-dural hematoma, two skull fractures, a broken collar bone, two broken ribs, a broken tailbone, two broken toes, and 3 broken bones in his foot.

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Company Ordered to Pay Permanent Disability When Retraining Benefits Denied

Litigation Type - Work Related Injuries

Client Injury - Back Injury

In a ruling that could significantly impact laid off workers injured on the job, a workers' compensation judge ordered LTV Steel Mining Company and its insurer to pay a Biwabik resident permanent and total disability benefits when the company earlier refused to pay for retraining.

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Insurance Loophole Affects ATV Accident Victim

Litigation Type - ATV Accidents

Client Injury - Brain Injury

One of our clients suffered a serious brain injury when he lost control of an ATV and hit a tree.  Just 15 years old at the time of the accident, he was operating the ATV while performing clean up work for a landscape business.  The family's health insurance company fought responsibility for his medical bills and the workers' compensation insurance company denied liability.

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Case Studies

Kevin's Story – "My Reputation is On the Line"

People call me because there are so many injury lawyers out there. They trust me and I trust SiebenCarey.

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Adam's Story – "Life changed in an instant"

My son, Adam, only 15 at the time, suffered a serious brain injury when he lost control of an ATV and hit a tree while performing clean up work for.

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Clint's Story 2 – "We had a fight on our hands"

A simple errand for my employer on my lunch break turned into a horrific accident. I was riding my motorcycle and had slowed down for a set of railroad tracks when

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Lee's Story – "Take the Stress Out"

The people I send to SiebenCarey feel like they took care of them, and they care about them.

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Janet's Story – "Getting back to what matters most."

Many people are reluctant to contact an attorney because they see the legal process as confusing and intimidating. But here at SiebenCarey, clients have commented repeatedly that our lawyers genuinely care about them and keep their best interests in mind. This “Thank You” letter from Mike Scully’s client Janet is one example.

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