MINNEAPOLIS & DULUTH, Minn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--SiebenCarey today announced the addition of Duluths Anthony (Tony) Rubin as a personal injury litigator with the firm. Rubin earned his Bachelors degree from the University of Minnesota and his Juris Doctor degree from the Hamline University School of Law.
A second-generation attorney, Rubin began working at SiebenCarey as a law clerk. He is a member of the Minnesota State Bar Association, the Iron Range and Duluth Bar Associations, and the Minnesota Association for Justice.
Tony has http://global-gts.com/about-auto-accident-personal-injury-settlements/ a strong history of helping people solve problems and were pleased to name him as our newest attorney at SiebenCarey, said Jim Carey, Managing Partner of the firm. I have every confidence he will help his clients understand their legal rights and provide them with exemplary legal advocacy."
Rubins integrity is firmly and deeply rooted in his community as is demonstrated by his service in leadership roles with the PAVSA, Southern St. Louis Countys sexual assault organization, as well as the Duluth Commission on Disabilities. He and his father, St. Louis County Attorney Mark S. Rubin, also play guitars and sing together in support of numerous meaningful causes, including benefits for the regions veterans, senior citizens, laborers, and community organizations.
His statewide practice will be based at the SiebenCarey office in Duluth located in the Duluth Technology Village, 11 East Superior Street.
About the firm
Founded in 1952, SiebenCarey has grown to become one of Minnesotas largest and most widely respected personal injury law firms, successfully representing more than 65,000 cases. For over 60 years the firm has employed experienced lawyers and professional support personnel covering general trial practice in all courts, personal injury, workers compensation, wrongful death and medical malpractice. The offices are located around the state of Minnesota in Minneapolis, Lakeville, Duluth, and Fairfax. For more information, visit www.knowyourrights.com.