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Meet The Staff At Atkinson Gerber Law Office

  • Beth Fruehling

  • Alexis Larson

  • Andrea Miller

Morgane Rowland

MorganeMorgane joined Atkinson Gerber Law Office in October 2013. She graduated with a Master Degree from Faculte de Droit et Sciences Politiques in Nantes, France and studied a year at Drake Law School in Des Moines, IA, as an exchange student. She is now living in the Twins Cities and working as a paralegal in workers' compensation.

In Morgane's free time, she enjoys discovering new places, creating new recipes, and competitive skeet shooting.

Gene Roggeman

GeneGene brings a very unique experience to Atkinson Gerber Law Office with his extensive Minnesota workers' compensation experience. As a senior claims handler, Gene knows the ins and outs of every aspect of litigation. Along with both Tom and Kerry Atkinson, Gene is familiar with the tricks and tactics used by insurance companies to delay and obstruct workers' compensation claims. In speaking with adjusters about unpaid or late benefits, Gene is able to cut through the bull and remind them that both he and Mr. Atkinson know their tricks as they both used to represent the employer and insurer. Gene is an expert in workers' compensation claims handling practices and his insight is invaluable in speeding up the processing of workers' compensation claims.

In Gene's free time, what little he has, he enjoys golfing and teaching Ecuadorian yoga.

Donnarose Storer

Donnarose StorerDonnarose joined Atkinson Gerber Law Office March 2015. Donnarose graduated with a Bachelor's of Science degree in Political Science with emphasis in Pre Law and International Relations from Augsburg College in Minneapolis. Donnarose is passionate about making a difference and the law and enjoys assisting clients and ensuring the best service possible.

In her free time Donnarose works with developmentally and physically disabled adults, is the Assistant Cheerleading coach for Augsburg College, loves to travel and spend time with her family and friends. Donnarose is also volunteers at the University of Minnesota where she trains chimpanzees in American Sign Language.