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Patricia Yoedicke’s cases show her commitment to advocating for those who have been injured or harmed by the wrongdoing of others. In one recent case she represented the families of two young men killed in a traffic collision caused by a methadone-impaired driver. Her work on this matter eventually resulted in securing a “first-of-its-kind” ruling in Minnesota, in which the district court found that the methadone clinic had a duty to protect the public from its improper treatment practices.
In 2015, Patricia was recognized by the Minnesota State Bar Association for providing at least 50 hours of pro bono legal services, further demonstrating her commitment to helping the families and loved ones of those impacted by personal injury claims.
- U.S. Court of Appeals, Eighth Circuit
- U.S. District Court, Minnesota
- Named a “North Star Lawyer” by the Minnesota State Bar Association for providing at least 50 hours of pro bono legal services (2015-2016)
Patricia Yoedicke Case Results
Description of Incident
Description of Damages
Description of Awards
Description of Incident Head-on collision with a truck.Description of Damages Resulted in brain injury.Description of Awards $10.3 million verdict
Description of Incident Traffic collision caused by a methadone-impaired driver.Description of Damages Resulted in the deaths of two young men.Description of Awards $8.5 million in judgments.
Description of Incident Conversion van spontaneously erupted into flames.Description of Damages Resulted in the deaths of three children.Description of Awards Confidential settlement.
Description of Incident A young woman was rear-ended in an auto accident.Description of Damages Resulted in severe brain injury.Description of Awards $9.6 million settlement.
Description of Incident A non-child resistant utility lighter started a fire.Description of Damages Resulted in two boys being severely burned.Description of Awards Confidential settlement.
Description of Incident Two young men involved in a traffic collision caused by a methadone-impaired driver.Description of Damages Death of two young men.Description of Awards $8.5 million agreement