Stich Angell will sponsor a Live Burn Demonstration and fire damage class on July 19th in Oakdale, MN. The event will include a three-hour fire damage mitigation class for continuing education credits, lunch and a demonstration of a live burn demonstration. The event is free to interested persons. Please contact Ryan Johannsen if you … Continued
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
Attorney Ryan Johannsen settled a large loss subrogation case against a propane gas supplier in the State of Wyoming. The subrogation claim arose out of a building collapse caused by a propane gas explosion, and Mr. Johannsen was successful in arguing that the explosion was caused by code violations and design defects in the propane … Continued
Stich Angell welcomes Alex Herman and Anthony Morris to the firm as new associate attorneys. Alex Herman is a 2016 graduate of University of Minnesota Law School. Anthony Morris is a 2014 graduate of University of Minnesota Law School and served as Judicial Law Clerk with the Hennepin County District Court for two years.
Kelly Magnus and Garth Unke obtained summary judgment in a trip and fall case, on behalf of a campground and its owner. The plaintiff tripped over a fire ring while walking around the campground site at night. The district court dismissed the case finding that the plaintiff had assumed the risk of walking in the … Continued