A claim can be made for wrongful death when the death is caused by the wrongful act or omission of any person or corporation. Wrongful death claims may be brought as a result of a variety of different circumstances, including car accidents, construction accidents, defective products, semitruck accidents, rollover accidents, motorcycle accidents, asbestos exposure and medical negligence. The statute of limitations in Minnesota for wrongful death claims is three years from the date of death.
What Kinds Of Damages Are Available For Wrongful Death Claims?
Claims for wrongful death are brought by the next of kin of the victim, which generally include a spouse, children, parents and siblings. Claims can be made for income loss, health benefits, loss of the relationship as well as claims for medical expenses and funeral expenses.
The death of a loved one is a tragic loss and though financial compensation can never replace the loss, the attorneys at Sieben Polk P.A. will fight vigorously on behalf of the survivors. The Sieben Polk P.A. wrongful death attorneys have successfully represented and fought for clients for over 50 years on wrongful death claims that have resulted in large wrongful death settlements and verdicts.
You Must Act Quickly To Preserve Your Right To Recover
It is important to act quickly after an accidental death to allow for a prompt investigation and evaluation of the facts related to the tragic loss. Call 651-304-6708 or toll free at 800-620-1829 today for a free consultation with one of our experienced Minnesota wrongful death attorneys/lawyers so we can properly ensure that all of the compensation that you are entitled to pursue can be obtained for you.