Joe is the youngest of four brothers, so he is used to fighting Goliath.
For Joe, it is a privilege to fight for his clients in search of justice.
Joe has been blessed with a wonderful family and staff.
Joe graduated from Hamline Law School in 1986. He was a member of the Hamline Law School Dean's Advisory Board. He is a member of the Minnesota State Bar and the Federal Bar, and represents clients and their families from almost every state in America. Joe has given seminars to other lawyers on medical malpractice cases. He has also taught classes at Hamline Law School.
Joe has been elected a Minnesota Super Lawyer by Minnesota attorneys. Only five percent of lawyers in Minnesota are given that distinction. Joe was first elected a Super Lawyer in 1998 and has continued to be recognized as one of the top 5% of Minnesota lawyers today.
Joe has been on the Board of Governors and Executive Committees for the Minnesota Association for Justice. These bodies help ensure the laws of Minnesota protect the rights of injured people. Joe has also been the Minnesota representative and a member of the American Association for Justice. He has also been a Leaders Forum member, which is a group of select lawyers that provide advanced support dedicated to the advancement of the civil justice system.
Crosby Law Office Teams Up With Experts
We investigate every case to determine whether a reasonable basis exists before we start any lawsuit. We utilize the expertise of nurses, physicians and experts across the country. We also team up with attorneys across Minnesota and the United States in pursuit of justice. Let our team represent you.
Crosby Law Office Gives Back
We are proud to be active members of our community. Joe and his wife, Betsy, are current coordinators at their church to provide shelter and food to local homeless families.
Minnesota Special Olympics
Families Moving Forward
Highland Park Little League
Sharing and Caring Hands
Thanksgiving Meals on Wheels
Minnesota Alzheimer's Association
Cradle of Hope
Food for the Poor
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation
Hurricane Katrina Relief