The worst-case scenario in a personal injury accident is when a victim loses their life. Unfortunately, this is more than just a scenario for some—it is reality. Whenever a person is killed in an accident, it is very likely that they left a loving family behind to suffer pain and grief, as well as financial damages due to loss of income. That is why the state of Minnesota allows immediate family and dependents of wrongful death victims to file a claim for compensation. Nothing can truly compensate for the loss of a life, but the family can still hold the negligent party accountable for their actions and obtain coverage for funeral and burial costs, loss of income, grief counseling, pain and suffering, and loss of companionship and consortium.
Just like personal injury claims, wrongful death claims must be filed within a certain Statute of Limitations. In Minnesota, that limitation is two years. Do not wait to retain a competent St. Paul personal injury attorney if you have lost a family member in an accident of any kind, whether it was a car accident, drunk driving accident, or medical malpractice. Rob Roe Law, LLC has been in practice for over a decade and is more than capable of maximizing your compensation.
Our attorneys focus on the client and will go out of their way to keep you informed and satisfied with your representation. You will be given your lawyer's cell phone number and will receive prompt replies and regular interaction throughout your legal process. Our team has successfully recovered more than $1 million in settlements and verdicts and has received excellent client testimonials.
Contact our firm right away to learn more about our services and to get started on a strong wrongful death claim.