Alex Herman and Garth Unke won summary judgment dismissal of a products liabilty claim for the manufacturer of agricultural equipment. The case involved a manure pump alleged to have caused a serious orthopedic injury, and a multi-million dollar demand. The court found that the pump had been modified beyond the reasonable expectations of the manufacturer, … Continued
Garth Unke recently resolved his 37th sexual abuse case over the past 16 months for Youth Service Organizations, summer camps, parishes and religious organizations. The early evaluation and effective handling of these cases has saved Stich Angell clients and their insurers hundreds of thousands of dollars in legal fees, resulting in accolades and tremendous client satisfaction. … Continued
Jim Knudsen defended a Third Party Defendant siding subcontractor in a six day construction defect Jury Trial and achieved a complete defense verdict for his client. The Plaintiff townhome association recovered against the Defendant developer and another Third Party Defendant subcontractor. Issues in play included MCIOA warranties and negligence.
Stich Angell law firm is pleased to congratulate our lawyers named in the 2017 Minnesota Super Lawyers® list. The listing is based on a rigorous, multi-phase process. Peer nominations and evaluations are combined with third-party research. Each candidate is evaluated on 12 indicators of peer recognition and professional achievement. Only five percent of Minnesota attorneys … Continued
Stacey Sever obtained summary judgment dismissal of all claims against her client, a corporation, in three lawsuits alleging sexual abuse of minors. Ms. Sever’s client is a business whose employee was accused of molesting five minors over several years.
Ryan Johannsen was featured in the July 2017 issue of Hennepin Lawyer Magazine in an article entitled “10 Things I Like About Being a Fire and Explosion Litigator.” 10 Things I Like About Being a Fire and Explosion Litigator
Kit Hansen and Kelly Magnus obtained dismissal on behalf of their client, a homeowners association, in a lawsuit alleging violations of the Minnesota Common Interest Ownership Act. The motion to dismiss was granted based on failure to state a claim and the statute of limitations.
Ryan Johannsen selected to be a chair of the National Association of Subrogation Professionals Minnesota Chapter
Congratulations to Ryan Johannsen on being selected as a chair of the National Association of Subrogation Professionals Minnesota Chapter.
Ryan Johannsen was successful in settling a subrogation claim against a manufacturer of ball valves that were installed in a condominium association. Mr. Johannsen and his expert argued that the ball valves failed or were likely to fail due to a manufacturer’s defect with respect to a material deficiency, and specifically that the brass fittings … Continued