The unexpected loss of a family member in an accident resulting from someone else’s negligence is devastating and life-changing. The emotional pain and the monetary impact that the loss has can be very damaging to the family. While the ability to recover compensation from the responsible party will not bring your loved one back, it will relieve the financial damage resulting from the loss. With the help of an experienced St. Paul wrongful death attorney, you can recover loss of support, loss of companionship, medical expenses, funeral expenses, and other damages as they apply to your case and Minnesota law.
At Rogosheske, Rogosheske & Atkins, we will aggressively represent your interests so that you can recover the compensation that you deserve. By recovering compensation, you can relieve you and your family of the financial burden caused by the death so that you can properly grieve and make provisions for the future.
Experience In All Wrongful Death Cases
Wrongful death claims can be the result of many types of accidents. In Minnesota, common wrongful death claims include:
- Car, motorcycle, truck, public transportation, boat, and ATV accidents
- Medical errors
- Medication errors
- Construction accidents
- Exposure to dangerous chemicals
- Defective products
These are just some of the cases where someone’s negligence can cause the wrongful death of another person.
Looking Out For Your Future
By having an experienced St. Paul wrongful death attorney by your side, you have an advocate looking out for your future. This is important since your loved one may have made a significant contribution to your household income. It can be difficult to move forward while struggling to pay the accident-related expenses and dealing with other monetary losses. That is why Minnesota law allows you to seek a settlement from the negligent person or their insurance company.
We first seek out a settlement by negotiating a meaningful amount that will allow you to move forward. If the insurance company won’t settle for a reasonable amount, we can make the decision to go to a trial so a jury can decide. Jury trials take a long time, but the awards tend to be larger. The course of action taken in your case is entirely up to you and we will diligently work for you so you can receive a satisfactory result.
Contact A St. Paul Wrongful Death Attorney
It is devastating when a loved one is killed in an accident that is due to the negligence of someone else. It is an unexpected loss that comes with many consequences. If this is something that you are facing and you want to hold the responsible party accountable for their negligence, you have the right to seek compensation for monetary losses. To learn more about how Rogosheske, Rogosheske & Atkins can help you, call 651-451-6411 or complete our contact form to request a free consultation.