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Personal Injury Attorney Jim Schwebel is in the Business of Rebuilding Lives


August 2012

Twin Cities personal injury attorney Jim Schwebel is known among his clients and peers alike as someone who does all he can to aid those in need. Whether defending the injured or survivors of the deceased in high-profile cases or helping homeless dogs, Jim Schwebel’s empathy and passion for the law fuel his tireless quest for justice.

Founder of the largest injury law firm in the state of Minnesota, Jim was recently recognized as a Top 100 Minnesota Super Lawyer 2012. Attorney-rating service Super Lawyers also profiled him in the organization’s magazine in a piece titled "The Advocate." The article details Jim Schwebel’s impressive record of seeking and winning damages and other compensation for those injured or killed in accidents.

Super Lawyers spoke in detail about Jim’s tireless efforts to gain fair monetary compensation for those gravely harmed or killed in incidents like the tragic 2005 Minneapolis bridge collapse that claimed 13 lives and injured 145 others. A flaw in the bridge’s design and shoddy inspections were blamed, and Jim Schwebel won over $50 million in compensation for the victims and their families.

Jim realizes monetary compensation can’t replace loved ones or restore lives to their former state after a catastrophe such as this one. It can, however, remove at least some of the burden from survivors and make life more tolerable. Jim’s compassion extends to helpless animals like the homeless dogs of Mexico for whom he provides rabies vaccinations and establishes foundations to fight animal abuse.

Jim’s colleagues even cite him as someone whose services they would enlist if they needed a personal injury attorney. If you or a loved one have been severely injured or killed in an accident, place your future in the hands of someone who will put his heart and soul into winning your case. Call Schwebel, Goetz & Sieben for a free consultation at 612-377-7777 or toll-fee at 1-800-752-4265.

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