With attorneys licensed to practice law in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, North Dakota, and South Dakota, Jardine, Logan & O’Brien focuses on achieving the client’s desired outcome in premises liability claims. The attorneys at Jardine, Logan & O’Brien understand the necessity for timeliness in premises liability claims and they, along with their experts, work quickly to investigate the scene of an alleged incident to better preserve evidence. They are experienced in resolving disputes as soon as practical, from early on in the litigation process, through motion practice, trial, and appeal.
- Merchlewitz v. Midwest 4 Wheel Drive Ass’n, Inc., 587 N.W.2d 652, 653 (Minn. Ct. App. 1999). Obtained summary judgment for defendant that it was immune from liability under Minn. Stat. § 466.03, subd. 6e, for claims that it did not safely operate its property and warn spectators of hazards posed by mud bog races.
- Harrington v. Gateway Foods, Inc., CX-99-410, 1999 WL 562107 (Minn. Ct. App. Aug. 3, 1999). Obtained summary judgment in slip and fall case, on behalf of grocer, court concluding that Gateway did not breach a duty to clear its sidewalks of snow and slush.
- Berg v. Botzet, C1-92-1549, 1993 WL 601 (Minn. Ct. App. Jan. 5, 1993). Obtained dismissal of plaintiff’s negligent alcohol storage claim, court concluding homeowner’s policy excluded vehicle-related acts.
- Crosby v. Bethesda Lutheran Med. Ctr., C1-88-1191, 1988 WL 117213 (Minn. Ct. App. Nov. 8, 1988). Obtained summary judgment for hospital in civil suit involving the rape of an employee by a third party.
Minnesota Defense Lawyers Association, Minnesota State Bar Association, DRI, Claims and Litigation Management Alliance, Northwest Loss Association and Twin Cities Claims Association.