Beedem Law

Beedem Law

Twin Cities Premiere Long Term Disability and Long Term Care Lawyers!

Firm Overview

At Beedem Law, we offer an array of experience in all aspects of disability and personal injury law. Our lawyers have gained exceptional reputations for first-class merit over the past two decades. Once you employ the team of attorneys at Beedem Law, you will profit from our expertise, and our standing in the community will benefit you greatly when we speak for you in negotiations. Beedem Law's reputation has also developed due to our compassionate and vigilant advocacy for our clients. When you hire Beedem Law, our team of attorneys, Thomas Beedem and Alesia Strand, will work for you, and with you, on your case, and represent you through all stages of the claims and litigation process.

Main Office

Main Office



(612) 305-1300


Long Term Disability

Long Term Disability

A LONG TERM DISABILITY LAWYER FROM BEEDEM LAW WILL GUIDE YOU THROUGH EVERY STEP OF YOUR INSURANCE CLAIM. From our office in Minneapolis, MN, we have represented clients in all types of disability cases in the state of Minnesota, including ERISA governed group plans, group plans provided to government employees and individual or private disability insurance policies.

What distinguishes your law firm from others?

Our team has over two decades of experience that we use to pursue your case and secure the financial compensation you deserve. We will fight every step of the way including filing a State or Federal lawsuit. We offer dedication and compassion for those who have experienced disabilities and have been forced to cease working as a result. We have successfully provided assistance for hundreds of clients, securing deserved and just compensation. We have earned a reputation in Minneapolis for providing quality representation due to our advocacy, professionalism, achievements and client-focused service.

Alesia Strand

Beedem Law

Growing up in a family where her father is a railroad worker and her mother a teacher, Alesia R. Strand has learned the value of dedication and hard work. Realizing the impact an injury or disability can have on an individual's life and family, Alesia had a passion and desire to help. She began her legal career at nineteen years old with a firm focusing on representing injured railroad workers.

As an attorney, Alesia has dedicated her legal career to helping all types of disability and injury victims fight for their rights. The initial years of her practice focused on representing injured railroad workers throughout the country, as well as injured workers in State workers' compensation claims. Today, while Alesia continues to represent injury victims, the majority of her practice is representing disabled individuals through all stages of their short and long term disability claims. Alesia has presented at Continuing Legal Education classes, both nationally and locally, on the topics of short and long term disability.

Alesia is an avid outdoors person who enjoys hiking and spending time with her family at their northern Minnesota cabin. Alesia also enjoys cooking and entertaining friends.


William Mitchell College of Law, Saint Paul, MN
-Juris Doctor, 2003;

Saint Cloud State University, Saint Cloud, MN
-B.A., cum laude, Criminal Justice and Sociology, 2000;

Bar Admissions

United States District Court for the District of Minnesota
United States District Court for the District of North Dakota

Professional Activities

Minnesota State Bar Association
Hennepin County Bar Association
Minnesota Women Lawyers, Judicial Election Selection Committee through 2010
Minnesota Association for Justice
American Association for Justice
American Bar Association


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