01.14.2020 Written by: Henningson & Snoxell, Ltd.
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12.23.2019 Written by: Henningson & Snoxell, Ltd.
Recently, I had the pleasure of presenting on workers’ compensation law to the HealthPartners Occupational Medicine Residency Program. It was wonderful to be invited to speak in front of the physicians who treat workers compensation patients on a daily basis.(more…)
12.18.2019 Written by: Henningson & Snoxell, Ltd.
Over the past week, I’ve responded to several clients’ emails and phone calls regarding an official-looking form they received in the mail. This form appeared to be a notice for renewing their Minnesota entity status and asked for a payment of $95.00 to be mailed in along with the filled out form.(more…)
11.12.2019 Written by: Henningson & Snoxell, Ltd.
This past weekend I had the pleasure of attending the 2019 Minnesota Association for Justice (MNAJ) Women Trial Lawyers Conference in Nisswa, Minnesota. This energizing three-day conference brought together female trial lawyers from across the state of Minnesota to collaborate on various issues, which included becoming a more effective advocate for clients, the profession of law itself, and litigation tips and techniques.(more…)
10.16.2019 Written by: Henningson & Snoxell, Ltd.
Is there hope for those who have been diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder? Today I had the pleasure of attending HealthPartners Occupational Medicine Department‘s special guest lecture given by Dr. Charl Els, a psychiatrist, addiction specialist and occupational physician Clinic Professor at the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Alberta, entitled “Nietzche Was Right: Revising What Happens after Exposure to Trauma.”(more…)
10.14.2019 Written by: Henningson & Snoxell, Ltd.
Injured workers in Minnesota should not worry about being able to afford to hire a work comp attorney. When I meet with new clients, people typically ask how much it costs to hire a work comp attorney.(more…)
10.07.2019 Written by: Henningson & Snoxell, Ltd.
In municipal structural firefighting, duties are generally divided into two distinct phases: knockdown and overhaul. The knockdown phase of firefighting is what we the public think of when we think about firefighting: firefighters work to control and extinguish the fire. At a large structure fire, such as at a warehouse or a large house fire, firefighters may spend hours working to extinguish the fire. However, typically 90% of municipal fires are extinguished within 5 – 10 minutes. The environment during knockdown is hot and smoky with low visibility. Knockdown duties may be performed from inside the structure or defensively from the outside.(more…)