ADDRESS: 117 West 5th Street
P.O. Box 95
Blue Earth, MN 56013
PHONE: TOLL FREE:
(507) 526-2177 (800) 426-6967
(507) 526-4477 firstname.lastname@example.org
Daniel Lundquist graduated, cum laude, from Arizona State University with a major in biology and a minor in business. Daniel earned his Juris Doctorate, cum laude, from the William Mitchell College of Law, where he also served as a staff member of the William Mitchell Law Review and as a certified student attorney providing legal representation to Minnesota prisoners. Also during law school, Daniel was a law clerk for the Minnesota Public Defenders Appellate Office and a private criminal defense firm in Minneapolis. After graduation, Daniel began his career at Maschka, Reidy & Reis in Mankato, practicing primarily in personal injury, construction litigation, general negligence, and general civil litigation, while also gaining experience in general legal practice areas.
Daniel Lundquist was born and raised on a farm in Wheaton, Minnesota. He and his wife, Jenny, have two children. He lists spending time with his family, camping, hunting, hiking, and active sports from golf to alpine skiing as favorite pastimes. Mr. Lundquist states, "I enjoy serving the clients of southern Minnesota and raising my family here. I believe my knowledge and background in agriculture and my litigation experience are an asset to this law firm and our clientele." Daniel Lundquist is a strong supporter of Blue Earth and Faribault County. He is a Board Member and past Officer of Riverside Town and Country Club as well as a Board Member of Blue Earth Industrial Service Company and a Blue Earth Kiwanis Club member.
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