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Years in Practice: 16
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Jessica Servais joined Schwebel, Goetz & Sieben in 2016 and brings with her experience and compassion when helping those who have suffered injuries. She received her undergraduate degree in English from the College of St. Benedict. Jessica then went on to the University of St. Thomas School of Law to obtain her Juris Doctor in 2007.
Since 2010, being of assistance to people in their time of need is what Jessica enjoys the most. She has dedicated her practice to representing people who are experiencing one of the worst situations in their life. Jessica considers it a privilege helping people obtain the compensation they are entitled to when the odds are stacked against them.
Jessica’s practice focus includes all aspects of personal injury litigation including car and truck collisions, motorcycle crashes and general liability cases. She is licensed to practice law in Minnesota and Wisconsin.
Minnesota State Bar 2007
Wisconsin State Bar 2017
S. District Court for the District of Minnesota 2020
University of St. Thomas School of Law St. Paul, MN 2007
College of St. Benedict St Joseph, MN 2003
Lourdes High School Rochester, MN 1999
Minnesota State Bar Association, Member
Wisconsin State Bar Association, Member
Minnesota Association for Justice, Board of Governors
American Association for Justice, Member
Spending time with family
Having the opportunity to help people through one of the most challenging times in their lives is an incredible and humbling experience. When a client entrusts me with representing him or her, I think about how I would want someone to treat my mom, my brother, or my best friend, and then try to emulate that in how I interact with my clients. My clients know that I am there for them, that they can call me any time, that I will be open and honest with them and that I will fight for a fair result in their case.
One of the best parts of doing this job is when I get to hear from my clients about the impact I have made in their lives. It is always nice to receive a note from a client such as this one, from a woman injured in a car crash, expressing her gratitude:
“Thank you so much for your commitment to both my case as well as my well-being throughout the process.”
Another note from a former client:
“Thank you Jessica for all you did and the support you offered when I felt I had no idea of where to turn. I am so grateful that all is fine and I can move on with my life. I wish you the best.”
Hearing from my clients that I have made a positive impact in their lives confirms that I am in the right profession and that I am making a difference in their lives. This is my calling and I will continue to fight for the rights of those who have been injured through no fault of their own.
Please refer to our website for a selection of cases I have handled over the years.
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