Our Lawyers

At Duluth Injury Lawyers (Petersen, Sage, Graves, Layman & Moe, P.A.) we focus exclusively on the representation of injured people. We handle only one type of legal dispute and we are good at it. We have dedicated our legal careers to helping injured people. We value people more than profit and we evaluate claims based on merit, not monetary potential. We stand up for individual consumers and fight against profit driven insurance companies. We give a voice to the voiceless and help injured individuals recover the compensation they deserve. We represent only injured people—never insurers, employers, or government.

Meet the Team

Steven Moe

Steven is a partner in the firm and practices in all areas of personal injury law, state worker’s compensation cases, federal longshore and harbor workers claims, as well as car accidents and social security claims. Steven is licensed to practice law in both Minnesota and Wisconsin.

Steve grew up on the Iron Range and later in Duluth. Following high school, Steve enlisted in the Navy and spent the bulk of his enlistment at Naval Air Station Rota, Spain. Upon completion of his enlistment, Steve returned to Duluth and enrolled and graduated from the University of Minnesota-Duluth. He then spent three years at the University of North Dakota and graduated from the College of Law in 2000. Thereafter, he clerked for the Honorable Judge Sally Robertson in Todd and Wadena Counties. In 2002, he accepted a position at Petersen, Sage, and Graves which later became the Duluth Injury Lawyers – Petersen, Sage, Graves, Layman & Moe P.A.

As a life-long northerner, Steve enjoys spending time at the cabin on the Iron Range doing cabin projects and hanging out with the kids.

Gustav

Gustav (Gus) is a partner in the firm and practices in all areas of personal injury law and Minnesota state worker’s compensation cases.

Gus grew up on the Iron Range and has been a native of Northern Minnesota his entire life. He graduated from The College of St. Scholastica and thereafter Hamline University School of Law, both with honors. He dedicated his entire legal career to assisting injured people and has spent more than 20 years (his whole career) working at this firm and doing just that.

As a life-long northerner, Gus enjoys spending time with family, the great outdoors, adventure sports, motorcycling, hanging out at the lake, coaching youth sports, and investing in people’s lives.

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Count on our experience.

We primarily handle cases from northern Minnesota and Wisconsin. Although we handle cases from all corners of both states, our emphasis is on cases local to the Northland. This local focus gives us familiarity with local insurance representatives, defense attorneys, judges, medical facilities, physicians, and law enforcement, which aids us in maximizing our clients’ monetary recoveries. Out­ of ­the ­area lawyers who solicit clients from this region are at a distinct disadvantage in this regard. We grew up in the Northland and currently live here. Our children go to school here, our extended families are scattered throughout the region, and we actively contribute to the local community. This is not a faceless business. We are part of the fabric of the larger northland community as a whole.

Keep it local.

We primarily handle cases from northern Minnesota and Wisconsin. Although we handle cases from all corners of both states, our emphasis is on cases local to the Northland. This local focus gives us familiarity with local insurance representatives, defense attorneys, judges, medical facilities, physicians, and law enforcement, which aids us in maximizing our clients’ monetary recoveries. Out­ of ­the ­area lawyers who solicit clients from this region are at a distinct disadvantage in this regard. We grew up in the Northland and currently live here. Our children go to school here, our extended families are scattered throughout the region, and we actively contribute to the local community. This is not a faceless business. We are part of the fabric of the larger northland community as a whole.