Loren Dorshow – (Retired)

As of June 1, 2017 Loren Dorshow has retired from the practice of law. During his 30 years with the firm he proved to be a powerhouse personal injury litigation lawyer, helping good people assert their legal rights against corporations and large insurance companies.  Licensed to practice in both Minnesota and Wisconsin, Mr. Dorshow had represented clients in all corners of both states.  In addition, he had also acted as co-counsel with other lawyers on numerous cases throughout the United States.

Mr. Dorshow had represented a wide variety of individuals, ranging from factory workers to corporate executives.  He grew up in St. Paul, Minnesota, and worked his way through college at the University of Minnesota and then law school at the William Mitchell College of Law.  That experience had enabled him to understand the hardships that many of his clients had to deal with after an injury, and allowed him to work effectively with people of many diverse backgrounds.

His interest in the community led Mr. Dorshow to volunteer with several organizations over the years.  He is a past member of the Board of Directors for the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Minnesota and had volunteered with the Foodshelves Network of Minnesota.  He is also an Eagle Scout and has given time to that organization.  In addition, Mr. Dorshow has served as a coach for several youth teams for the past fifteen years.

Being a lifelong Minnesota resident, Mr. Dorshow and his wife, Tanni, a local physician, have two children.  In addition to the above, his free time is spent running, boating, golfing, traveling and reading.

Practice Areas


  • Minnesota State Bar Association
  • Wisconsin State Bar Association
  • American Association for Justice
  • Minnesota Association for Justice


  • Minnesota 1984
  • Wisconsin 1984


  • JD 1984, William Mitchell College of Law
  • BS 1980, University of Minnesota – Carlson School of Management