SiebenCarey Welcomes Attorney Amy C. Wallace

MINNEAPOLIS – (BUSINESS WIRE) – SiebenCarey today announced the addition of Amy C. Wallace, who has joined the company. Wallace joins SiebenCarey from the former Hallberg Law firm in St. Paul, where she has focused solely on malpractice, death and catastrophic personal injury cases.

Wallace is a graduate of William Mitchell College of Law (now the Mitchell Hamline School of Law), where she received her Doctorate in Law in 2014. She is admitted to the Minnesota state court bar. Wallace was an associate professor at the Mitchell Hamline School of Law, where she taught medical malpractice

“Amy is a great addition to SiebenCarey and we are excited to see her continue her career with us,” said Jim Carey, managing partner and president of the company. “She is widely recognized as an accomplished and ethical litigation attorney who works for injured people.”

Prior to her career as a lawyer, Wallace worked for a prestigious national medical professional body to improve the quality of care and increase patient safety. She brings this understanding of safe and appropriate care to her passion for justice to help people hurt by negligent medical care.

“I am very excited to be joining the SiebenCarey group. Its longstanding reputation as a company dedicated to bringing justice to the negligently injured is unmatched, ”said Wallace. “I look forward to continuing the company’s tradition by helping my customers understand and defend their rights.”

Wallace is from Sheboygan, Wisc., And received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Wisconsin-River Falls in 2006. She now resides in Maplewood and will be based at SiebenCarey’s headquarters in Minneapolis.

About SiebenCarey

Founded in 1952, SiebenCarey has grown to become one of the largest and most respected personal injury law firms in Minnesota, successfully representing more than 65,000 injury victims. For over 65 years, the firm has employed experienced attorneys and professional support staff who deal with personal injury, compensation for workers, deaths and claims for medical misconduct. The offices are located in the state of Minnesota in Minneapolis, Lakeville and Duluth. Visit for more information.

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