About

 Noaker Law Firm LLC

The Noaker Law Firm provides aggressive and experienced litigation to its clients.  If you need an advocate in a courtroom or an arbitration, the Noaker Law Firm is the perfect place for you.   Noaker Law Firm brings personal injury lawsuits on behalf of persons who have been sexually abused.  Noaker Lw Firm also represents persons in serious criminal cases.

 Attorney Patrick Noaker

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For 25 years, Attorney Patrick Noaker has represented clients in courtrooms and arbitrations across the country.  Patrick loves to go to court.  Patrick has represented hundreds of sexual abuse survivors in cases across the United States.  Patrick is a member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum for winning multiple jury trial verdicts exceeding $1M and for winning millions more in settlements (Diocese of Kansas City $10M settlement, Diocese of Davenport Bankruptcy settlement $37M). Patrick has also been selected by his peers as a Minnesota SuperLawyer. Patrick is  a former Death Penalty Attorney who conducted a number of trials involving charges of first-degree murder.  No matter what, Patrick will aggressively fight for you to achieve justice.

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Paralegal Sandy Kluessendorf

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Sandy Kluessendorf has been a paralegal for 20 years.  She has worked with sexual abuse clients to protect others and heal for more than a decade.  Prior to working with Patrick Noaker at the Noaker Law Firm LLC, Sandy worked with Jeff Anderson’s law firm in St. Paul, where she worked exclusively with sexual abuse survivors.

 

Business Advocate Greg Frietzsche

Greg PhotoGreg Frietzsche works with Noaker Law Firm’s business clients with records, documentation and other tasks associated with business legal needs.  Prior to working at the Noaker Law Firm, Greg was in the United States Army where he had the opportunity to visit exciting places like Ft. Benning, Georgia (OSUT Combat Training),  Ft. Stewart, Georgia and Logar Province, Afganistan.  So, Minnesota winters are not so bad.