Lind, Jensen, Sullivan & Peterson, P.A. is pleased to announce that Connie Armstrong has been recognized by Super Lawyers for inclusion in the 2014 Top Women Attorneys in Minnesota selection. The women attorneys who were selected as 2013 Super Lawyers or Rising Stars are featured in the 2014 Top Women Attorneys in Minnesota list, which is published in the April 2014 issue of Twin Cities Business and the Minneapolis-St. Paul Magazine. Super Lawyers is a Thomson Reuters business that... Read more →
Lindsay has 10 years of experience as a litigation paralegal, primarily in the areas of professional malpractice, products liability and personal injury. She has previously worked as a paralegal in Chicago, Illinois. Lindsay attended the University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee, earning a B.A. degree in Behavioral Science and Law.
On March 27, 2014, Tim Jung and Matt Sloneker spoke at the Minnesota Trucking Association’s Trucking Law Conference. Tim and Matt discussed the “reptilian approach” now being utilized by personal injury plaintiffs in increasing numbers, and offered insight into how to combat such tactics. They also discussed the preparation of safety managers and drivers for depositions in this new environment.
Lind Jensen attorneys recently obtained dismissals of lawsuits on behalf of their clients in two separate matters. Brian Wood and Eric Steinhoff obtained dismissal for their client in a Carver County lawsuit. The Court found their client did not have any notice of the hazard upon which Plaintiff fell. Through discovery and depositions Brian and Eric were able to establish that Plaintiff did not have sufficient evidence to meet the evidentiary standard required to overcome summary... Read more →
Eric Steinhoff and Lauren D’Cruz recently obtained the dismissal of a lawsuit against their low-income client, who was sued in a dispute over distribution of a decedent’s estate. Eric and Lauren volunteered to take the case through the Federal Bar Association’s Pro Se Project. They filed a motion to dismiss based on failure to state a claim and res judicata. Plaintiff then agreed to dismiss the case, with prejudice, with no payment by the client, who would not have been in a position to... Read more →