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06.24.2013

2012 Traffic Crash Report: Deaths Up 7 Percent from 2011

According to the Minnesota Department of Public Safety’s Office of Traffic Safety, Minnesota experienced 395 traffic-related deaths in 2012, up seven percent from 2011 and the first increase since 2007. This increase can likely be...
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05.20.2013

May is National Bike Month

National Bike Month gives riders an opportunity to enjoy a healthy, fun hobby while learning more about staying safe on the road. Bicyclists can avoid many injuries by staying proactive about safety, but the actions of other people on the road...
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05.07.2013

The 2013 Twin Cities Heart Walk Raises Over $2 Million for the American Heart Association

  SG&S legal secretary Paofu Yang was one of over 20,000 people who participated in the 2013 Twin Cities Heart Walk over the weekend. The walk has raised over $2 Million for the American Heart Association. They will continue to...
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05.01.2013

May Is Motorcycle Awareness Month in Minnesota

It’s difficult for people to see the motorcyclists around them when they are driving on Minnesota’s roads and highways. That’s why motorcyclists must be proactive in their quest to remain safe while riding their bikes. They...
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04.24.2013

Minnesota Teen Driver Deaths Rise: Tips for Safe Driving

More teens have died in car accidents in the months of April, May and June over the past three years than in any of the other months of the year. This statistic encouraged the Minnesota Department of Public Safety Office of Traffic Safety to...
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04.23.2013

A Runner's Response to the Boston Marathon Tragedy

We have a pretty large running community here in the office.  So the tragic events that took place at the Boston Marathon last week really hit home for several of our employees. Here is one reaction from a memeber of our staff:  ...
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04.12.2013

Minivan Rollover Accident Results in Death of Four Passengers

 A minivan rollover accident on I-94 in Minneapolis had devastating consequences for everyone involved. According to the Minnesota State Patrol, the outcome would have been different if four of the eight people riding in the minivan were...
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04.04.2013

Distracted Driving Awareness Month in Minnesota

April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month , and many Minnesotans are waking up to the dangers of inattentive driving. Distracted driving can be caused by electronic devices, food, and even the behavior of passengers, but cell phones are...
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04.04.2013

Attorney Peter Riley to Speak Regarding his Work Investigating the Sinking of the S.S. Edmund Fitzgerald

When attorney Peter Riley first began practicing law over 30 years ago, the first cases that he worked on were a pair of wrongful death claims filed on behalf of the families of two men who died aboard the S.S. Edmund Fitzgerald....
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03.25.2013

Large Product Liability Settlement Secured by Attorney Paul Godlewski

Emilio Delgado Sanchez was the operator of an industrial winder machine known as a PECO Winder 250-1100. This machine is used in the plastic film industry, and was deployed at the Berry Plastics plant in Bloomington, MN. On September 3rd,...
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03.11.2013

Attorney Paul Godlewski to Chair Minnesota Association for Justice Panel on Traumatic Brain Injury

On Friday March 22nd, attorney Paul Godlewski will co-chair a  Minnesota Association for Justice  seminar on the topic of traumatic brain injury [TBI], and mild to moderate traumatic brain injury [MTBI]. This seminar will...
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02.25.2013

How to Handle the Aftermath of a Rollover Accident

A rollover accident can be both frightening and disorienting. This sometimes causes people to panic. However, the first rule of such an experience is to keep calm. Panicking only makes the situation worse. After taking a few deep breaths and...
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02.19.2013

ABOTA Foundation Swears In Injury Lawyer Bill Sieben As New President

Minneapolis, MN, February 19, 2013 – The ABOTA Foundation , the charitable arm of the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA), is pleased to announce their newest president, personal injury attorney Bill Sieben of Schwebel, Goetz &...
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02.11.2013

Why Personal Injury Attorney Jim Schwebel Does What He Does

Attorney Jim Schwebel sat down to reminisce about one of his first experiences as a personal injury lawyer. He met with a man who became paralyzed due to an accident caused by a...
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01.18.2013

35W Bridge Collapse Survivor Trusts the Law Firm of Schwebel, Goetz & Sieben

On August 1, 2007, the Interstate 35W Bridge in Minneapolis collapsed during rush hour, sending passenger cars, construction workers and equipment plummeting down into the...
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01.07.2013

Minnesota Traffic Deaths Up in 2012

It's an unfortunate truth that even the best drivers can be involved in car accidents. Reckless drivers, extreme weather conditions and unforeseen events can affect anyone. Since 2002, however, Minnesota has been able to report a steadily...
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12.19.2012

Attorney John Goetz Gives Minnesotans a Very Unique and Generous Gift

A 553-acre land donation near Albert Lea in Freeborn County, marks one of the largest individual donations received by the DNR. The parcel was donated by John C. Goetz and will be known as the Wo Wacintanka Wildlife Management Area (WMA)....
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12.18.2012

Safe Winter Driving Habits Could Save Your Life

Although winter does not officially begin until December 21, winter weather has already struck Minnesota. December snow storms brought nearly a foot of snow to some regions. In some places, the snow fell at a rate of nearly one inch per hour....
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12.11.2012

What To Do After a Car Accident

Despite being a safe, conscientious driver, you may find yourself involved in a car accident. You can't control what other drivers do, so you shouldn't fool yourself into thinking that it can't happen to you. It pays to know what to do in the...
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12.03.2012

October is Deadliest Month in Minnesota for Vehicle Occupants without Seat Belts

Local news agencies just reported that October was the deadliest month for unbelted drivers in Minnesota. Based on data from the Minnesota Department of Public Safety , at least 15 unbelted motorists and vehicle occupants died during the month...
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