Ronald J. Barczak
Ronald J. Barczak is a nationally recognized skilled trial attorney with expertise in railroad law, FELA, wrongful death, chemical inhalation, truck, automobile, train collisions and general personal injury claims.
has a history of obtaining large verdicts and settlements for accident victims and their families throughout the country.
Ron is board certified by the Minnesota State Bar Association as a civil trial specialist.
has received the highest possible legal ability rating (AV) by Martindale-Hubbell
, the national rating organization for attorneys.
is one of a very select few that has continuously earned inclusion in the prestigious books "Best Lawyers in America" and "Best Lawyers in Minnesota.
is a certified mediator and arbitrator.
In addition, Ron
has lectured on various legal issues to judges, attorneys and the public.
is proud to be a Designated Legal Counsel for the SMART Union-UTU Transportation Division.
has represented Railroad Workers and their families throughout the country for over 30 years.
has obtained fair and just settlements when possible and when necessary, has successfully tried cases to verdict in the multi-millions of dollars.
I am proud to have helped so many good folks through some of those difficult times"-Ron
has been representing Railroad Workers throughout the country for 32 years.
For 21 of those years Ron
was the senior and managing partner of his
firm rose to national prominence for its work representing railroaders throughout the country.
Under Ron's leadership, his
old firm successfully resolved cases in nearly every state in the Union.
personally either tried to verdict or otherwise successfully resolved cases in over 30 states.
, does not however believe the mere reach of one's impact is the important thing.
emphasizes: "It's always the quality of the work, with the care and concern for the individual client that is the most important."
When asked why Ron
chose the Bremseth Law firm
states "In today's world, the ability and commitment to taking FELA
cases to trial and winning them is more important than ever.