Mark Moonan Walbran joined the firm in 1974.
He is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame (B.A.,
1971) and Creighton University Law School (J.D., 1974) where he was a member of
the Law Review. His practice areas include personal injury litigation, workers'
compensation, social security, and municipal law. He has served on the Board of
Governors of the Minnesota Trial Lawyers Association and the Minnesota State
Bar Association and is past president of the Minnesota City Attorney's
Association. He also serves as the City
Attorney for the City of Owatonna.
David K. Furness joined the firm in 1981.
He is a graduate of the University of Minnesota
(B.A., 1975) and William Mitchell College of Law (J.D., 1979). His primary
areas of practice involve representing clients in workers' compensation claims, personal injury claims and social security disability claims. Mr. Furness has successfully represented
workers' compensation clients at the administrative hearing level, Workers'
Compensation Court of Appeals and the Minnesota Supreme Court and assisted
numerous clients in achieving substantial settlements of their claims. He has
also successfully represented social security claimants at the hearing level,
before the Appeals Council, and in the United States District Court.