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    • 5 Steps to Take After Being Injured by a Defective Product in Minnesota

      5 Steps to Take After Being Injured by a Defective Product in Minnesota

      Companies that design, manufacture, and distribute consumer products have a duty to take reasonable measures to ensure their products are safe. If a product has an inherently dangerous design or if a defect develops during the manufacturing or distribution process […]

    • Who Might Be Liable for Damages After Truck Accident in Minnesota?

      Who Might Be Liable for Damages After Truck Accident in Minnesota?

      To give your claim the best chance of success, your truck accident attorney will conduct a thorough investigation to identify all potentially liable parties. Depending on the cause of your wreck, one or more of the following parties may be […]

    • Who Might Be Liable for Damages After Truck Accident in Minnesota?

      Who Might Be Liable for Damages After Truck Accident in Minnesota?

      Semi-trucks are up to 30 times heavier than passenger vehicles, so an accident involving a big rig is likely to result in catastrophic injuries. Medical bills, lost wages, and vehicle repairs can add up quickly, but if your collision was […]

    • Let’s Have a Safe St Patrick’s Day

      Let’s Have a Safe St Patrick’s Day

      St. Patrick’s Day sometimes is a invitation for excessive drinking. It’s important that the bad choices not include driving while drunk. According to the CBS News: St. Patrick’s Day comes in second as the holiday for the highest number of DWI arrests […]

    • Minnesota Hands-Free Law Moves Forward

      Minnesota Hands-Free Law Moves Forward

      For the first time, a bill to ban use of handheld cell phone use by Minnesota drivers passed an important hurdle.  Tuesday, the Public Safety Committee of the Minnesota House passed the bill, an important step in getting the bill […]

    • Diocese of St Cloud Announces They are Going Bankrupt Soon

      Diocese of St Cloud Announces They are Going Bankrupt Soon

      The Catholic Diocese of  St. Cloud has announced they have plans to  file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. There have been  eighth Catholic diocese outside Minnesota that have filed for bankruptcy . ( Tucson, Arizona; Portland, Oregon; Spokane, Washington; Fairbanks, Alaska; Wilmington, Delaware; San Diego; and Davenport, […]

    • Texting and Driving Can Kill Fast, but Justice is Slow

      Texting and Driving Can Kill Fast, but Justice is Slow

      Stay alive and drive when you are behind the wheel.  One of the ways to do that is to stay off the phone.   The Minneapolis Tribune had examples that included : The victims include a 23-year-old highway construction worker in […]

    • Stearns County  Charges  Priest Rev. Anthony Oelrich

      Stearns County Charges Priest Rev. Anthony Oelrich

      This week,   Rev. Anthony Oelrich was charged  third-degree criminal sexual conduct for having sex with a woman he was counseling.   Oelrich  was placed on administrative leave from serving as director of Continuing Education for Clergy in the St. Cloud Diocese and […]

    • Red Cross is in Need of Blood Donations

      Red Cross is in Need of Blood Donations

      Blood supplies are low on both the need side and on the donation.  The call has gone out, but there is never a bad time to give the life saving gift of blood. I missed an appointment a couple of […]

    • News Release: Fr. Antonio Marfori Added to Diocese of St. Cloud’s Clergy Abuse List, Attorneys Challenge Bishop to Release More Information

      News Release: Fr. Antonio Marfori Added to Diocese of St. Cloud’s Clergy Abuse List, Attorneys Challenge Bishop to Release More Information

      Attorneys Challenge Bishop to Release More Information About Perpetrator Priest   Late Friday, St. Cloud Diocese Bishop Added Fr. Antonio “Tony” Marfori to Clergy Abuse List   (St. Paul, MN) – On Friday afternoon, St. Cloud Diocese Bishop Donald Kettler […]