Lawyer James (“Jim”) Sheehy brings 27 years of experience to his strong advocacy for the injured. Jim exclusively helps victims of personal injury and families in cases involving wrongful death.
Jim’s 27 year career has been marked with excellence. After graduating from the University of Minnesota School with honors, Jim clerked of the Minnesota Supreme Court for Justice John E. Simonett, one the greatest legal minds in state history. Jim’s peers recognize him as one of the top trial lawyers in the Twin Cities, for both legal ability and high ethical standards. Jim’s preeminent reputation was earned over many years of hard work in the trenches—in courts, in trials, and through advocacy.
If you hire Jim, you will find him pleasant, smart, and thorough. He will be there to guide you through the maze of your personal injury case. He will advocate for you and take the steps needed to protect your rights and get the best result possible.
Jim’s clients appreciate the commitment he brings to their cause. One client wrote, “Dear Jim: Once again, thank you so much for your help with [my son’s] case. We are incredibly grateful for your expertise, personal care and kindness. We count ourselves lucky to have met you . . .” Another client wrote, “Thank you and your team for working on my case. Everyone in your firm was kind and thoughtful during a difficult time.”
Jim is an author of the Minnesota Trial Handbook for Minnesota Lawyer, co-authored by Ron Meshbesher, the firm’s founder.
Outside of the work, Jim keeps busy raising his children. He coaches hockey and baseball in St. Louis Park. Jim plays ice hockey and golf, and enjoys fishing trips in northern Minnesota. Jim is an avid musician and plays guitar, piano, bass, and writes songs.
U.S. Court of Appeals, Eighth circuit
J.D. 1989, cum laude, University of Minnesota
B.A. 1985, University of Minnesota
Jim’s Honors and Awards