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Weinmeyer Named Super Lawyer

Minnesota Law & Politics
August 2002

Minneapolis (August 31,2002) Minnesota Law & Politics Magazine has released their annual list of Super Lawyers. Congratulations to James G. Weinmeyer, of the law firm of Schwebel, Goetz & Sieben, P.A. for being recognized for the fourth consecutive year as one of Minnesota’s top attorneys.

The 2002™ Super Lawyers survey was published in the August-September edition of Minnesota Law & Politics Magazine, produced in cooperation with Minneapolis St. Paul Magazine and Twin Cities Business Monthly. Over 18,000 ballots were sent to randomly selected attorneys across Minnesota. Ballot recipients were asked to vote for the best lawyers they have personally observed in action. Those receiving the distinction of Super Lawyers were determined based on the 12,000 responses.

Jim Weinmeyer’s experience in Vietnam shaped his desire to pursue a legal Career. A Minneapolis native, Jim spent two years in DaNang, Vietnam with the Office of the Navy Staff Judge Advocate. After returning home, he earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Minnesota and his law degree from William Mitchell College of Law, graduating in 1978. Since then, Jim has practiced exclusively in civil trials, representing both plaintiffs and defendants with an emphasis in Personal Injury, Wrongful Death, Medical Malpractice, Products Liability, Toxic torts, and Military law. He joined Schwebel, Goetz & Sieben in 1988 to concentrate on representing the rights of injured people.

Schwebel, Goetz & Sieben, P.A. is the largest law firm in Minnesota specializing exclusively in personal injury litigation. With 18 lawyers and more than 80 support staff, it provides personal, specialized service from initial investigation through settlement, trial or appeal. The firm is known for its prompt, courteous service and recognized as a leader in legal development regarding injury and death claims.

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