Luther M. Amundson, managing shareholder of Maser, Amundson, Boggio, P.A., leads the firm's Litigation Department. He is known in the legal community for his vigorous pursuit of his clients' legal rights and his tenacious quest for fair compensation for those he represents. A successful litigator, Amundson concentrates his practice in areas of elder law, including will contests, trust administration, guardianships, conservatorships, wrongful death, probate law, and significant personal injury matters. Since 1995, Amundson has been named in statewide surveys to the Minnesota Super Lawyers list in Minnesota Law & Politics and Mpls. St. Paul Magazine. Amundson says that he's passionate about his work for the 'older generation,' because of his inspirational clients. 'One thing that makes me want to do this work is that their experiences are incredible,' he says, adding that he's developed bonds with clients who bravely survived World War II and the Great Depression of the 1930s. 'I love this generation,' he says. But Amundson has also formed important connections with other clients as well, such as baby boomers addressing their litigation concerns, and representing a survivor of the Minneapolis I-35W bridge collapse in 2007. Amundson says that it's gratifying to make a difference in people's lives. Amundson is a member of the American Association for Justice (AAJ), the Minnesota Association for Justice (MAJ), and the State and County Bar Associations. He served on the MAJ Board of Governors from 1996 to 2006. A 1982 graduate of William Mitchell College of Law, Amundson received his undergraduate degree from the University of Minnesota. He is licensed to practice in Minnesota State Court, Federal District Court, and is a qualified neutral under Rule 114 of the Minnesota General Rules of practice. When he's not at work, Amundson enjoys spending time camping and hiking with his family, and loves photographing and spending time with his two sons. For 10 years, Luther has been a chair of the Annual Parkinson Association of Minnesota golf tournament, which is the sole fundraiser for the Parkinson's Respite Care Grant Program.