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2023 Readers’ Choice Award for Best Attorneys

2023 Readers’ Choice Award for Best Attorneys

Sieben Edmunds Miller has been awarded the 2023 Readers’ Choice Award for Best Attorneys by the SUN ThisWeek newspaper’s Burnsville/Eagan edition. This is the third consecutive year the firm has received this award. The 13th annual Readers' Choice Award is a contest...

Seat Belt Laws In Minnesota

Seat Belt Laws In Minnesota

It’s common knowledge that wearing a seat belt is the safest thing we can all do as vehicle occupants. They drastically cut down on injuries due to accidents, and those who are injured while wearing a seat belt have less severe injuries than those who don’t wear one....

What is in the Proposed Marijuana Legalization Bill?

What is in the Proposed Marijuana Legalization Bill?

Minnesota state legislators just released their proposal to legalize marijuana in the State of Minnesota.  With DFL control of the House, Senate and Governor’s office, legalized marijuana is likely to become the law in some form.  It still has hurdles to get through,...

Where Should I Receive Medical Attention After an Accident?

Where Should I Receive Medical Attention After an Accident?

Often times the primary purpose of a personal injury case is to address the cost of treating your injuries, as well as addressing lost wages and the other consequences of your injury, such as pain and suffering. One of the ways to prove your case is through your...

How Dash Cams Can Impact Your Accident Claim

How Dash Cams Can Impact Your Accident Claim

Did you have the forethought to install a dash cam in your vehicle before getting in your recent car accident? According to Minnesota dash cam laws, it may provide valuable evidence that can help you win a personal injury case. Here’s how your Minnesota  personal...

Reasonable Suspicion for a DWI Charge: Is Swerving Enough?

Reasonable Suspicion for a DWI Charge: Is Swerving Enough?

Here’s a situation our Minnesota DWI lawyers frequently encounter: a driver is stopped on suspicion of DWI. When they ask the law enforcement officer why they were pulled over, they learn that they have been accused of swerving while driving. If they are subsequently...

Common Questions Regarding Gun Rights

Common Questions Regarding Gun Rights

With so much recent talk about gun laws, it’s important for Minnesotans to remain informed about their rights and responsibilities. We sat down with Dea Cortney, one of Sieben Edmunds Miller’s criminal defense attorneys, to discuss the laws pertaining to those who...

New MN THC Law  Q&A

New MN THC Law Q&A

Certain THC products made from hemp recently became legal in Minnesota. In this post, we answer some of your most commonly asked questions. Which types of products has the new law legalized? The recently-passed health and human services policy-only omnibus bill...

Left Turns: The Greatest Cause of Motorcycle Accidents?

Left Turns: The Greatest Cause of Motorcycle Accidents?

Most motorcycle riders are aware that they won’t come away unscathed from an auto accident. They are careful to avoid traffic laws and drive defensively. Unfortunately, sometimes circumstances are completely out of the motorcycle rider’s control, and they end up...

How Long Does A DWI Stay On Your Record in Minnesota?

How Long Does A DWI Stay On Your Record in Minnesota?

A DWI conviction can make life very difficult. It may affect your ability to get a new job, rent a house or apartment, or travel to countries with strict DWI laws. Understandably, many people who have been convicted of a DWI wonder how long they’ll have to deal with...

What Do Personal Injury Cases That Settle Have in Common?

What Do Personal Injury Cases That Settle Have in Common?

Many personal injury clients would prefer to settle their case, but it’s not wise to take any old settlement offer. Their attorney must negotiate a favorable settlement to ensure all your accident-related expenses are covered. Here’s what goes into settling a personal...

Should I Sign My Traffic Ticket If I Did Nothing Wrong?

Should I Sign My Traffic Ticket If I Did Nothing Wrong?

You should always do your best to protect your rights during an interaction with law enforcement  – just because a police officer asks you to do something, it doesn’t mean you are required by law to agree. Law enforcement officers are eager to issue tickets, so the...