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2019 Attorneys of the Year: Leonard Pozner/Sandy Hook defamation case

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Genevieve Zimmerman received a letter from an educator who wanted to express their gratitude for the work the Zimmerman’s did to support the Pozner family – who lost their son during the Sandy Hook massacre in December 2012. We appreciate the kind words and are always dedicated to helping families in need.


2021 marks our 60th year serving injured Minnesotans. We are honored to be part of  Ron Meshbeshers legacy, supporting individuals and families during their time of need.

A family canoeing on a lake

In 2020, The United States Coast Guard reported that boating deaths surged nearly 25 percent nationwide compared to 2019. The percentage of new boats sold to first-time buyers surged to 34 percent in 2020 due to the pandemic, while boating education plummeted. With the influx of new boaters enjoying the water again this summer, it’s safe to say 2021 will be just as busy.

A woman sleeping with a CPAP machine

Philips Respironics has recently issued a recall notification because of potential health risks associated with the polyester-based polyurethane (PE-PUR) sound reduction foam used in specific Philips Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP)

The Zimmerman family posing together on stage

Leonard Pozner did not want to litigate whether a mass murder at Sandy Hook school in Newtown, Connecti­cut, really happened in 2012. If James Fetzer and Alex Jones want to perpetrate that canard, Pozner refused to assist them.So Pozner, who lost his son Noah, sued Fetzer, the author of “Nobody Died at Sandy Hook,” for defamation for alleging in the book that Pozner released a false death certificate, a crime in Connecticut.Jake Zimmerman and Genevieve Zimmerman secured a damage verdict for $450,000 against Fetzer. They did not earn a fee for the case and paid the costs themselves, with the assis­tance of Genevieve’s firm, Meshbesher & Spence.


Three Army veterans have been awarded $7.1 million in damages over defective 3M earplugs. A federal jury in Florida found that 3M Co. failed to warn about design flaws in earplugs widely sold to the U.S. military that ultimately caused hearing loss. More than 230,000 service personnel have sued 3M, claiming that the manufacturer knew its Combat Arms earplugs (CAEv2) were defective and yet sold them anyway without warnings.


Dr McGrory recently conducted a pilot study at Maine Medical Center evaluating perioperative body temperature in patients undergoing total joint surgery.  All patients in the study received pre-operative warming at 41-degrees Celcius with 3M’s Bair Hugger forced air warmer and intraoperatively they received warm cotton blankets out of common blanket warmers and in-line IV fluid warming with 3M’s Ranger fluid warming device. This podcast provides valuable information regarding the controversy surrounding Bair Hugger and unpacks related Bair Hugger legal battles, medical literature, and corporate competition.

Genevieve Zimmerman profile

For about a year, we’ve been wearing masks covering our face to protect us from airborne transmission of COVID-19. The shortage of masks and other protective gear for health care practitioners raised vehement alarms throughout the country. News accounts have demonstrated how the virus moves through the air.

Josh Tuchscherer profile

It can be a problem getting information from plaintiffs’ personal injury lawyers because so many cases — especially high-value cases — are subject to confidentiality agreements. And medical malpractice may be synonymous with high value.

A doctor holds an IUD in their palm

Nearly two thousand women have reported their Paragard IUD breaking, causing health complications and the need for additional corrective surgery.