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Attorneys Rosene and Haugrud join LOSGS

Attorneys Peter M. Rosene and Thomas R. Haugrud have moved their practice to LOSGS, bringing with them 30-plus years of experience in multiemployer trust fund benefits.  Rosene and Haugrud have provided multiemployer trust funds with experienced legal counsel, quality technical expertise, and effective litigation representation, to ensure that the employee benefits programs meet their current and future requirements.  In combination with the other experienced attorneys at LOSGS who have extensive federal and state court litigation experience, this legal team provides high quality effective legal service to multiemployer trust funds.

For more information on Rosene, Haugrud and their services, go to the LOSGS Multiemployer Trust Funds practice area on this site.



LOSGS Attorney Atmore one of three Minnesota Attorneys certified by MSBA Board

Thomas C. Atmore of LOSGS has been certified by the Minnesota State Bar Association (MSBA) as a Civil Trial Law Specialist, a designation earned by leading attorneys who have completed a rigorous approval process.  This achievement has been earned by fewer than 3% of all licensed Minnesota attorneys.  Read more... 


Automobile Insurance Coverage: Do You Have Enough?

One of the common problems we see in representing victims of car crashes is insufficient automobile insurance coverage. Minnesota law requires that automobile owners have no-fault, liability, uninsured and underinsured motorist coverages. Unfortunately, most people don’t know what these coverages are or how much they should purchase to protect them and their family. Here are a few things to keep in mind.....Read more...


Man Forgets To Update Insurance Beneficiary Form, Ex-Wife Gets The Money

In what should be a strong reminder to all of us to make sure we have designated the insurance beneficiaries we truly want designated, the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that a Virginia man's life insurance payout will go to his ex-wife, not his wife.

Warran Hillman had made his first wife the beneficiary while they were married, They were divorced, and Hillman never changed that designation, despite later re-marrying.   After Hillman's death, it was discovered his first wife was still listed as the beneficiary.  Hillman's second wife sued, and the case progressed to the Supreme Court, which ruled that, despite the change in marital circumstances, a person's named beneficiaries are entitled to receive the payout.


Health Concerns, Legal Issues Involving Mirena IUD

More than 2 million women in the U.S. use Mirena, which is a contraceptive intrauterine (IUD) device. The IUD, which came on the market in 2000, is placed into the uterus where it releases certain hormones to prevent pregnancy for up to five years. Unfortunately, serious complications have developed.....Read More







LOSGS handled our difficult case with the utmost professionalism, and the results were excellent.  Their attorney provided great advice regarding important decisions and was a great resource for our business. 

Stephen F.



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Compassion and Understanding

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Powerful Presentation Fights Distracted Driving       - Available to schools and community groups in the Twin Cities

It only takes a second of looking away at a screen to change lives forever.  Distracted driving kills more than 5,000 people and injures more than 450,000 every year.  Ed Gale and Tom Atmore from our firm are reaching out to the Twin Cities community, by providing a powerful presentation to high schools and civic groups, designed to impact the decision-making of current and future drivers.  It's all part of the "60 For Safety" campaign, a national effort to build awreness about the issue and increase safety on our roads. Read More


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