Mary Beth Boyce
Mary Beth dedicates her practice fighting for those injured due to the negligence of others, particularly first responders injured in the line of duty, including police officers, firefighters, corrections officers, and paramedics. She has a particular focus advocating for first responders suffering from PTSD and firefighters who have developed cancer as a result of their work duties.
Mary Beth graduated from Creighton University and from University of St. Thomas Law School. Mary Beth became a member of the Minnesota Bar in 2013. She is a Member of the Minnesota Association for Justice, Minnesota State Bar Association, Hennepin County Bar Association, and Workers’ Injury Law & Advocacy Group.
As an aggressive advocate, Mary Beth has argued before the Workers’ Compensation Court of Appeals, Minnesota Court of Appeals, and Minnesota Supreme Court on behalf of her clients. She has successfully litigated jury trials, workers’ compensation hearings, and PERA/MSRS and Healthcare Continuation administrative law hearings.
She has been a speaker at HealthPartners Occupational Medicine Residency Program, legal continuing education seminars, and law enforcement and firefighter groups. Mary Beth also worked on legislation for first responders who contract COVID to receive additional legal protection under the Minnesota Workers’ Compensation Act
Mary Beth lives in Woodbury with her husband, stepdaughter, son, and their two dogs.