Call it a major meeting of the minds. Joe Crumley of Kane Crumley Law Firm merged with the experienced and effective litigators of Bradshaw & Bryant on May 1. This merger transforms the St. Cloud law firm into a small firm with incredibly big reach.
Crumley’s experience includes founding the Kane Crumley Law Firm in 1999 after practicing 11 years with Schwebel, Goetz & Sieben. He limits his practice to personal injury, with a focus on serious injuries and wrongful death. His experience and vision fits perfectly at Bradshaw & Bryant, a team of dedicated personal injury lawyers representing clients suffering from serious and catastrophic injuries. The merger enables Crumley and Michael Bryant, owner of Bradshaw & Bryant, to combine resources and immediately go to work for their clients, seeking the financial compensation they deserve.
In addition to winning large injury settlements, Crumley writes the “Practice Pointers” column for Minnesota Trial Lawyer Magazine, and has authored numerous articles relating to No-Fault and Personal Injury. He has organized and taught numerous programs in Auto Accident Law and Trial Strategy for the Minnesota Trial Lawyers Association and the Minnesota Institute of Legal Education, and taught classes in No-Fault Auto Insurance Law at William Mitchell College of Law. Crumley has been named a Super Lawyer seven years in a row, received the prestigious 1999 Trial Lawyer of the Year awarded by the MTLA, and is A.V.-rated by Martindale-Hubbell. He currently serves as the president-elect of the Warren Burger Inn of Court and as Vice President of the Minnesota Trial Lawyers Association.
“I look forward to working with Joe as we represent the injured of Minnesota,” Bryant comments. “He has always been a wealth of information when I had questions and now the clients will get to directly benefit from that.”