Phone Number: 651-291-7263
Fax Number: 888-795-1753
Rick Sand is a graduate of the University of St. Thomas School of Law in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He is a licensed attorney in Minnesota, Arizona and North Dakota. During law school Rick interned for the Alaska Department of Administration’s Office of Public Advocacy. While at the Office of Public Advocacy, he advocated for indigent clients accused of criminal offenses within the Municipality of Anchorage. He also worked with the Arizona Justice Project in an effort to help inmates overturn wrongful convictions in the State of Arizona.
After law school, Rick worked for a civil litigation law firm that represented individuals who were harmed by the wrongdoing of others.
Currently, Rick focuses his practice on representing the “little guy” in lawsuits against insurance companies and government entities. This involves representing the families of children that have suffered injury, abuse, or discrimination at the hands of others. He is well versed in the unique and complex area of these particular types of cases and takes a compassionate but firm approach in his representation. He has litigated countless cases that have resulted in successful outcomes for his clients at all stages of litigation.
Rick has been a coach for Special Olympics since 2008, coaching a variety of sports and volunteering for the 2009 Special Olympics Winter World Games in Boise, Idaho.
In his spare time, Rick enjoys hunting and fishing as well as spending time outdoors.
Areas of Practice
100% of Practice Devoted to Litigation
University of St. Thomas – B.S.
Professional Associations and Memberships
American Bar Association