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Ron Meuser

Meuser Law Office, P.A. is a proud sponsor of the Police Officers Federation of Minneapolis

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The Police Officers Federation of Minneapolis is the largest non-affiliated law enforcement union in the state of Minnesota, with over 900 active members. Ron Meuser and the attorneys of Meuser Law Office, P.A. look forward to working closely with a Federation which operates with the goal of working towards a safer, more livable city and continually improving the working conditions as well as making sure the rights are protected for the police officers who work in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Read More


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Jen Yackley

Discovery Disclosure in Minnesota Personal Injury and Workers’ Compensation Claims

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pi-content3_copyDo I have to turn over my private medical and financial information to the insurance company as part of my Minnesota workers' compensation or personal injury claim? Read More


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Ron Meuser

Breaking Up Is Hard To Do: Don't Get Caught in the Middle of Feuding Attorneys

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work_comp_calculatorIf your attorney has just left his or her law firm, you’re likely asking yourself: What should I do? Where does this leave my case? Should I be concerned? Each of these questions is reasonable, and as you move forward you should be aware of the variety of options you have available to you. In this situation it is imperative that you ensure your case is being handled effectively and your rights are being protected. Read More


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Jen Yackley

Meet Jen Yackley

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Hi, my name is Jen Yackley and I’m an attorney at Meuser Law Office, P.A.  Our law office specializes in workers’ compensation, PERA disability benefits, MSRS disability benefits and personal injury on behalf of workers injured in the course and scope of their employment in Minnesota. I grew up in Canby, Minnesota, a small town in Western Minnesota. I earned my Bachelor’s degree from Beuna Vista University in Storm Lake, Iowa, and went on to earn my Juris Doctor degree from Hamline University in 2008. I began working at Meuser Law Office as a law clerk while I was in law school in 2007 and I’ve been there ever since. I began practicing as an attorney in 2008. Read More


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Ashley Biermann

PART FIVE—OPINION—Should “Unjustified” Be Defined in the Context of Minnesota Animal Cruelty Law?

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pi-content_copyIn the fifth and final article of this five-part series, I discuss the current state of animal cruelty laws in the state of Minnesota and how these laws could be improved to provide a clearer standard for the public. To learn about the history of animal cruelty laws and its evolution, click here to start from the beginning of the series. Read More


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Ashley Biermann

Part Four—Animal Cruelty Cases After The State v. Gerard Decision

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pi-content_copyThis is the fourth article of a five-part series on animal cruelty laws in Minnesota.  This article will discuss the State v. Gerard decision and examine the impact the decision may have on the “unjustifiable” standard.Read More


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Ashley Biermann

Part Three—A Look At The Case Law: What Is An “Unjustified” Action Under The Minnesota Animal Cruelty Statute?

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pi-content_copyIn this third article of a five-part series on animal cruelty, we will learn what is considered an “unjustified” action in Minnesota. Read More


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Ashley Biermann

A Brief History Of The Animal Cruelty Standard In Minnesota

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pi-content_copyIn this second article of a five-part series on animal cruelty, we will look at the history of animal cruelty laws in Minnesota.Read More


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Ashley Biermann

What Constitutes Justifiable Action under the Minnesota Animal Cruelty Statute?

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pi-content_copyThe law in Minnesota regarding dog bites is favorable to dog bite victims. The law covers bites and other injuries, incorporates an expansive definition of “owner,” including someone who merely harbors or keeps the dog, and it is not subject to the comparative negligence defense. Related to the concept of dog bites, is that of animal cruelty, and you may be surprised about what the court has to say in reference to when you may (and may not) take action to protect yourself, your family, and your property from a trespassing animal. This is part one of a five-part series. In this five-part blog series, I will explore what is considered a “justifiable action” under the Minnesota animal cruelty statute.Read More


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Mary Beth Boyce

Subrogation in Third-Party Claims

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pi-content3_copyWhen a third-party causes an employee’s injury and that injury arises out of the course and scope of the employment with the employer, then the employee may have a worker’s compensation claim as well as a civil claim arising out of the same incident that caused the employee’s injury.Read More


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