Sieben Edmunds Miller has been awarded the 2021 Readers’ Choice Award for Best Attorneys by the SUN ThisWeek newspaper’s Burnsville/Eagan edition. The winners represent select categories of businesses in the Burnsville/Eagan area, and were nominated and voted on by local residents.
We’re very pleased to have been selected for this award by community members and clients. Our goal has always been to offer competent and compassionate legal services to help our clients achieve positive results and substantial settlements.
“It is a great honor to be selected for this award. We work hard for our clients’ rights, and are humbled to see that our dedication has earned us the respect of the Eagan community,” said Kevin Sieben, co-founder and partner of Sieben Edmunds Miller.
A Community-Based Award
The 11th annual Readers’ Choice Award is a contest that was published online and in the SUN This Week back in the summer of 2020. Several categories were represented, including banking and financial, restaurants, health and beauty, education, attorneys, recreation and more. Eagan residents chose Sieben Edmunds Miller to receive recognition as Best Attorneys in Eagan.
“We are proud to be a local Dakota County law firm. With our practice based in Mendota Heights, bordering Eagan, we are able to focus on helping great clients that are also our neighbors,” said Sam Edmunds, co-founder and partner at the firm. The firm’s proximity to Eagan was certainly recognized by current and past clients living in the area.
“Helping our neighbors when they need us the most brings us a great sense of pride and we are thankful that our local community recognizes our dedication. We plan on continuing our personal approach to litigation and maintaining that trust,” added partner and personal injury lawyer, Michael Miller.
Committed to Serving the Community
Sieben Edmunds Miller will continue honoring its commitment to deliver legal services using their knowledge, experience and tenacity to help serve criminal defense and personal injury clients in Minnesota and Wisconsin.