Alex D. Kuhn, Attorney

Admitted to Bar — 2013, Minnesota
Law School — William Mitchell College of Law, J.D., 2013

Practice Areas

Workers’ Compensation

  • Workplace injury claims including accidents, repetitive use injuries, and others

Personal Injury

  • Motor vehicle accidents, slip and falls, premise liability

Social Security Disability

  • Reconsiderations and administrative hearings

Real Estate Actions

  • Evictions/Unlawful detainers
  • Abandonment, liens
  • Mechanic’s liens
  • Foreclosures
  • Voluntary
  • By advertisement, by judicial action
  • Work outs


  • Enforcing judgments from conciliation and district courts
  • Wage, bank garnishments
  • Locating assets

Civil Litigation

  • Contract disputes
  • Real estate disputes
  • Proceedings subsequent

Alex Kuhn practices in the areas of workers’ compensation, personal injury, real estate, collections, and civil litigation. Alex especially enjoys working with injured workers, helping them navigate the confusing and often intimidating world of workers’ compensation in order to get the compensation they deserve. He handles accepted claims as well as denied claims and will gladly sit down with an injured worker for a free consultation to help alleviate any concerns they may have. Alex is an advocate for his clients and understands that trust is a fundamental aspect of representing injured workers. That is why Alex makes sure to listen to his clients concerns while also communicating consistently and clearly so that the client feels informed throughout the process.
Alex is currently the Secretary/Treasurer for the Aitkin/Crow Wing County Bar Association, the President Elect for the Brainerd Kiwanis Club, and member of the Minnesota State Bar Association. Alex attended Concordia College in Moorhead and William Mitchell College of Law.
Alex grew up in the Brainerd Lakes Area and appreciates the opportunity to be working near his family and friends. Outside of work, Alex enjoys golfing, spending time on the lake and watching the Minnesota Vikings.