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    • Bobby Kennedy – Assassinated 50 Years Ago Today

      Bobby Kennedy – Assassinated 50 Years Ago Today

      Fifty years ago today, Robert F. Kennedy died on the brink of the Presidency.

    • Contingency Fee  :  Key To the Courthouse  and Justice From the Church

      Contingency Fee : Key To the Courthouse and Justice From the Church

      I read with interest, and a bit of anger, Professor Hank Shea’s  Star Tribune editorial suggesting, “Attorneys for the archdiocese and plaintiffs could waive part of their fees, a major sacrifice that would make more money available for victims.” Mr. Shea’s seemingly […]

    • 5 Types of Evidence to Strengthen Your Motorcycle Accident Claim

      5 Types of Evidence to Strengthen Your Motorcycle Accident Claim

      Traffic fatalities cost the United States billions in medical expenses and lost productivity every year. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), collision deaths cost the country $44 billion in 2013 alone. The CDC also reports that […]

    • How Soon Should I Consult an Attorney After a Car Accident?

      How Soon Should I Consult an Attorney After a Car Accident?

      If you are injured in a motor-vehicle collision, your first call should be to the police, and your second should be to a car accident attorney. You may be tempted to call the insurance company to begin the claims process, […]

    • What Constitutes “Wrongful Death” in Minnesota?

      What Constitutes “Wrongful Death” in Minnesota?

      Losing a loved one is always devastating. Whether the death followed a heroic battle with a serious illness or was totally unexpected, family members must bear a significant burden after the loss. Adjusting to life after such a tragic event […]

    • Why would  The Archdiocese Jump Into The Crosier Bankruptcy:   Delay

      Why would The Archdiocese Jump Into The Crosier Bankruptcy: Delay

      The Crosier Bankruptcy has been moving along.  There parties have been working together toward resolution, and there was an end in sight.  Then this week, the Archdiocese of Saint Paul & Minneapolis filed a motion to stop the settlement. Their official […]

    • Check Smoke and CO Batteries Along with Spring Forward!!

      Check Smoke and CO Batteries Along with Spring Forward!!

      It Spring ahead tonight, where we lose an hour of sleep and have to change all the clocks. I love the DCR’s and Cell phones that take care of themselves. But did you change the necessary batteries? The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) is […]

    • Has the Pope Changed Course Again

      Has the Pope Changed Course Again

      Recently I wrote about the Pope supporting Bishop Juan Barros in Chili against survivors. The Pope: Zero Tolerance??? The Pope hopefully learned from that when he restarted the Sex Abuse Commission.  But I am again I am asking the questions I […]

    • Edina Leads Minnesota in DUI Arrests

      Edina Leads Minnesota in DUI Arrests

      Edina police arrested 476 drivers in 2017 for DUI.   The Minneapolis Tribune noted : The Edina Police Department is one of the toughest law enforcement agencies in the state when it comes to drunken driving, with most of its arrests […]

    • The Pope:  Zero Tolerance???

      The Pope: Zero Tolerance???

      The new Pope was supposed to be different. He promised a policy of Zero Tolerance toward clergy guilty in the sexual abuse scandals. But do his words in Chili this week tell a different story? The AP reported: Pope Francis accused […]