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Kojo started at Schwebel, Goetz & Sieben as a law clerk in 2015 and became an attorney at the firm in October, 2017. Kojo is a Wayzata High School alumnus and received his undergraduate degree in Communication Studies with a minor in Business Management from Gustavus Adolphus College. He obtained his juris doctorate from Mitchell Hamline School of Law.
Kojo’s education, work, and volunteer experience has allowed him to hone the skills he relies on everyday to serve and advocate for his clients. Some of these skills include exceptional client service, case management, effective written and oral communication, presentation, advocacy, and being proactive.
Kojo has always had a heart for people and enjoys helping others navigate complicated and challenging life events by dedicating his legal career to serving injured people. He recognizes that he can leverage his passion for service, analytical abilities, and understanding of people to effectively advocate for those suffering and enduring traumatic and, often times, life altering injuries.
Kojo’s commitment to service, justice, and advocacy, coupled with his compassionate and empathetic nature ideally position him to serve injured people and their loved ones.
When Kojo is not in the office, he enjoys spending time with his family, sharing a meal with friends, trying his hand at a new recipe, or playing a pick-up game of some sort.
Minnesota State Bar, 2017
Mitchell Hamline School of Law, cum laude, 2017 (Assistant Editor, Mitchell Hamline Law Review, Volume 43)
Gustavus Adolphus College, 2012
Wayzata High School, 2008
Minnesota State Bar Association, Member
Minnesota Association for Justice, Member
Spending Time with Family and Friends, Cooking, Sports
It has always been in my heart to help people. Growing up, my mother, a registered nurse, and my father, a radiology interventional technologist, would share stories with me about patients they cared for. Many of these patients were victims of motor vehicle accidents and sustained serious injuries. Often times, the lives of these patients and their families would be forever changed.
At a young age, I knew that I wanted to pursue a profession in which I could serve and help people. As I progressed through college and throughout law school, I recognized that my skills were geared towards advocacy. As a personal injury attorney, I assist my client in navigating the legal and insurance processes to ensure that they have received fair compensation for their injuries. This allows my clients to focus on their personal recovery, while I take care of the heavy lifting.
One of the most gratifying experiences of being a personal injury lawyer, is helping a client resolve a case. Here is a gracious note from a satisfied client.
“My lawyer was Kojo Addo and he was a gem! He understood I wasn’t necessarily comfortable having to go this route but he put me at ease and made the whole process easy for me. He was thorough, eager, courteous – all that I could want in a legal counselor. I wish I would have come to your firm right after the injury occurred rather than going through months and months of frustration trying to handle this on my own. Thank you so much and kudos to Kojo for his wonderful work.”
My commitment to justice and advocacy, coupled with compassion, as well as Schwebel, Goetz & Sieben’s tradition of exceptional service position me to serve injured people and their loved ones to the highest level of excellence.