MINNEAPOLIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--SiebenCarey today announced the addition of attorneys Matthew P. Crusen and Madeline K. Carey. The two attorneys will share their expertise with clients who have incurred personal injury and need legal representation.
“Matthew and Madeline are great additions to the SiebenCarey family and we’re excited about each of them growing their practice within our law firm,” said Jim Carey, Managing Partner and President of SiebenCarey. “They share our common values based on a strong commitment to fight for the legal rights of every client we serve; to seek justice and receive a fair settlement. This has been, and continues to be, our promise for more than 65 years."
Crusen first joined SiebenCarey in 2019 while he was attending the University of St. Thomas School of Law. He worked with Susan Holden, a partner at the firm, assisting her with a variety of complex personal injury and wrongful death claim cases. Upon completing his law degree, Crusen was admitted to practice in the Minnesota State Courts.
He represents clients injured in automobile accidents, at home, and by medical providers whether it be birth injuries, hospital negligence, surgical errors, or a misdiagnosis. Crusen also represents clients who have been harmed by police misconduct or other civil rights violations. A native of Peoria, Illinois, Crusen graduated from Bradley University in 2017 and moved to Minneapolis to attend law school.
“I’m excited about helping my fellow Minnesotans at SiebenCarey – a firm with a long history of standing up for the legal rights of those who are injured and need expert legal counsel,” said Crusen. “My goal is to ensure every client I work with gets the justice they deserve.”
Originally from Forest Lake, Minnesota, Ms. Carey joined SiebenCarey in 2016 while she was attending law school at Mitchell Hamline School of Law. Prior to joining the firm, Carey worked for the Minnesota Attorney General’s Office as a Citizen Assistance Analyst for two years and served the Ramsey County Attorney’s Office for one year. She is admitted to practice in the Minnesota State Courts. Carey practices in the area of personal injury law, representing clients injured in automobile accidents, at home and by medical providers.
“SiebenCarey is a proven firm and I’m excited to join a team of lawyers and legal staff with a long track record of helping Minnesotans when they suffer catastrophic injury,” said Carey. “Representing clients and helping them understand their legal rights will always be my first priority.”
Both Crusen and Carey will base their practice at SiebenCarey’s Minneapolis office location.
Founded in 1952, SiebenCarey has grown to become one of Minnesota’s largest and most widely respected personal injury law firms, successfully representing more than 65,000 injury victims. For over 65 years the firm has employed experienced lawyers and professional support personnel handling personal injury, workers’ compensation, wrongful death and medical malpractice claims. The offices are located around the state of Minnesota in Minneapolis, Lakeville, and Duluth. For more information, visit www.knowyourrights.com.