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Knutson + Casey teams up with Salvation Army for Run For Shelter 5k

Knutson + Casey recently teamed up with the Salvation Army to raise money for the new shelter opening in our area. Patrick Casey recently joined the News 12 This Morning news crew to discuss this fantastic event. He described just how important the mission of the Salvation Army is and why this shelter means so… read more

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What are the Degrees of Sexual Assault and Punishments in Minnesota?

Many people do not realize that there are various types of sexual assaults that can take place. The term “sexual assault” is broad and can mean different things. The type of charge a person faces depends on the circumstances of the crime that was allegedly committed. In Minnesota, sexual assault is usually a felony or… read more

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Is “Sexting” Illegal in Minnesota?

Sending and receiving sexually explicit photos and videos through electronic means, commonly referred to as “sexting,” has become a common occurrence in this country. Many states across the US have passed laws regarding sexting, though Minnesota has not. However, that does not mean a person will not get in trouble for sexting, particularly if one… read more

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Can I Sue for Getting Injured in a Beauty Salon?

When you go to the beauty salon to have some work done, you have the right to be served by competent employees. They have a duty to ensure you are safe and have a sanity setting. Beauty salons have fairly strict health and safety regulations to abide by, and their workers must be certified to… read more

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Knutson & Casey Attorney Defends Beauty Salon Victims

Nobody should ever have to worry about being harmed or becoming ill when they go to a beauty salon. Unfortunately, there are times when the careless or negligent actions of beauty salon workers can cause serious injuries to their patrons. At the Knutson & Casey Law Firm, we understand the complexities of these cases and… read more

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Can I Sue for Police Misconduct in Minnesota?

If you or someone you love has been the victim of police misconduct in Minnesota, you may need to secure an experienced attorney to help you. Civil rights are fundamental to our society. While most police officers in our society do their jobs with honor, dignity, and courage, there are times when some of them… read more

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Can I sue someone for nearly causing an injury/accident?

There are few things as scary as being nearly run over by a careless or negligent driver. When this happens, you can still suffer physical injuries. You could also suffer from extreme mental anguish. You may be able to sue someone that causes you harm due to a “near-miss” incident. What can cause someone to… read more

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Can You Drive Under the Influence of Marijuana in Minnesota?

Minnesota’s relationship with marijuana is complicated. Medical marijuana has been allowed since 2014, but only under strict circumstances, and it can only be purchased from a dozen licensed dispensaries in the state. Possession of small amounts of marijuana has been decriminalized for decades. However, recreational marijuana is not technically legal in the state. Regardless of… read more

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Is Running Someone Off the Road a Crime in Minnesota?

Not only is being run off the road scary, but it can cause serious injuries to you, your passengers, and anyone else nearby. These accidents are particularly frustrating when you have done nothing wrong and are left figuring out what to do in the aftermath. In some cases, these incidents end up being hit-and-run crashes…. read more

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Who is Liable for a Self-Driving Car Accident in Minnesota?

Technology has changed everything from the way we learn in schools to even the way we get to school. Self-driving cars have been the new breakthrough in driving vehicles throughout recent years. Though such a mechanical advance is a great step forward in transportation, it comes bearing it’s fair share of burdens. The Burden of Self-Driving Cars… read more

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