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2019 Best Lawyers in America
SiebenCarey today announced that 12 of the firm’s attorneys were selected for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America 2019 – an annual list universally regarded as the definitive guide to legal excellence.
Protect Loved Ones from Nursing Home Abuse
The September "You Should Know" newsletter features important information for anyone with loved ones in a nursing home, assisted living facility or receiving home care.
Champions for Safety, Legal Rights
The August "You Should Know" newsletter shows how our civil justice system protects the safety and legal rights of all Americans.
Faulty Medical Implants Cause Pain, Problems and Peril
Our July "You Should Know" newsletter delves into the serious concerns about the testing and approval process for new medical implant devices.
SIXTEEN SIEBENCAREY ATTORNEYS NAMED TO 2018 MINNESOTA SUPER LAWYERS
SiebenCarey today announced that 16 of the firm’s attorneys were chosen for the 2018 Minnesota Super Lawyers list.
What Are Your Rights If Your Pet Is Negligently Injured?
Our June "You Should Know" newsletter is dedicated to all the pet lovers out there. Specifically, what rights do owners have if a pet is negligently injured by a person or another pet?
Civil Litigation Could Help End Human Trafficking
In our May "You Should Know" newsletter, we learn how courageous victims of human trafficking are turning to civil courts to hold perpetrators accountable for their crimes.
Ramsey County Forms Coalition to Address Opioid Epidemic
Due to continued increases in opioid-related deaths in the area, the Ramsey County Sheriff's Office has partnered with Minnesota Adult and Teen Challenge to address the devastating public health crisis.
SiebenCarey's "Giving Day"
November was Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month. The employees of SiebenCarey collected donations for this cause as their first “Giving Day”.
Five Generations of Careys Uphold the Family Tradition of Legal Service
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“There wasn’t any pressure to become a lawyer, per se, but we were all strongly encouraged to make a difference in our communities. Protecting the rights of working men and women fit the bill.”