You may commonly hear personal injury lawyers referred to negatively as “ambulance chasers.” The truth is that no one wants to hire a lawyer until they need one. If you would have told that small town Wisconsin girl that she would go on to recover millions of dollars for the voiceless, the injured, and the aggrieved—I would have told you the last thing the world needed was another lawyer. But this work is my life’s passion and purpose.
Born and raised in a small farm town in Western Wisconsin, a half effort was never acceptable in my family. My parents, a Navy Veteran-turned salesman and hospital laboratory manager made sure that my sister and I always gave it our all. As a kid, I also had a keen sense of right and wrong. Justice mattered to me.
After living in Washington, DC, I returned to Minnesota and then went to law school, determined to use my law degree to really help others. I began my career by taking on “hard” cases that others might not—cases where insurance companies denied coverage, the medicine or science was complex, or where the law was less-than-favorable. I’ve handled car crashes, commercial trucking cases, dog bites, civil rights/police brutality cases, and fires and explosions. I find working for families who have lost loved ones due to the negligence of others particularly meaningful, because successfully handling legal claims can often provide some closure for those left to grieve.
Before joining Nicolet Law, my practice grew to include many food poisoning and product liability claims against major corporations. Food and products cases often involve added layers of complexity and strategy, and it is particularly rewarding to hold big companies liable for the harm they cause.
In some small way, I hope that I am changing the traditional image of a personal injury lawyer. Past clients have described me as “caring and sympathetic,” “competent, patient, kind, and ultimately successful,” and, in the words of one client, “one of the most tenacious women I’ve had the pleasure of dealing with.” While I am flattered, I am also glad to have left a positive impression on those who have trusted me with their cases.
If you’re looking for a lawyer that cares and is willing to fight for you, reach out. The Nicolet team and I’d love to help.
When I am not working, you can find me playing taxi driver for my two daughters. I also enjoy traveling, food, horses, tacky romance novels, and curating Spotify playlists. My partner, engineer Massoud Amin, and I live in Hudson.
BA Psychology – University of Minnesota – 2012
JD – University of St. Thomas School of Law – 2015
Minnesota – 2015
Wisconsin – 2016
US District Court, District of Minnesota
US District Court, Eastern District of Wisconsin
Minnesota Association for Justice – Board of Governors
Wisconsin Association for Justice
American Association for Justice
Warren E. Burger Inn of Court
University of St. Thomas, cum laude – Law Alumni Board, Advisor (2018-2020), Mentor
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"Lindsay is an amazing attorney. She went above and beyond expectations for us. She is one of the most tenacious women I've had the pleasure of dealing with."
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"lindsay was very pleasant to work with and kept me in the loop on how things were progressing with my case. Even with the pandemic they were able to wrap things up and put this all behind me. I am very pleased!"
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"Lindsay was our lawyer and she made the case very easy for us to understand and she was very caring and sympathetic about my father death and was always there for us."