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What Does Justice Mean?

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At Bradshaw and Bryant our motto is "Justice for the Injured". It’s interesting what responses we get to the words. Some remind us that justice can be cruel or not really what you want. Some seem offended that we would suggest that they aren’t doing justice when they oppose us. But, most seem to be comfortable with the plan to get a just result in what we do. I remember coming up with the statement over 10 years ago. I still learn new things about it, as we listen to different reactions and responses. I see it as what I do for people who I have the honor of representing.
Today, I will become the President of the Minnesota Association for Justice at the yearly convention in Alexandria, Minnesota. I intend the year to be about spreading the word about justice. Helping to ensure that the Minnesota consumer has the full protection of the law in their search for relief and returning their life to balance. I am a trial lawyer, but justice is what I hope to do. I look forward to talking about this throughout the next year

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  1. Daniel 8791 says:
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    Justice is what’s right for persons who have been injured usually due to negligence of others. An injury can be physical, emotional or professional; or a combination of more than just one. Holding the parties or companies accountable for damage they have caused is what your motto is all about….Congratulations on your assignment to the seat of President with the Minnesota Association For Justice. I personally believe you are an excellent choice for the position and will do justice to & with the seat you’ll represent.

  2. Mike Bryant says:
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    Thank you for the kind words, and Thank you for taking the time to read and comment.