Minnesota Wrongful Death Lawyer
Losing a loved one is heartbreaking on so many different levels, especially when the death is unexpected and due to someone else’s negligence. Whether your loved one has been killed in a car accident, work related accident, explosion, freak accident or medical related accident, you will be emotionally and physically drained. Furthermore, you may also be financially distraught. The last thing you want to deal with during this difficult time is finances but you will need to – who is going to work while you take care of the kids? How will the mortgage be paid every month? What about groceries, and gas, and the bills? At McEwen & Kestner, PLLC we will fight for you during this traumatic time to ensure that you are financially compensated for your devastating loss.
What is Wrongful Death?
Wrongful death is defined as a death that occurs from another person’s actions. Usually a wrongful death case will have unresolved circumstances surrounding the death and the loved ones will be left with several unanswered questions. McEwen & Kestner, PLLC can help you find the answers to your questions so you can move on as best as you can.
Wrongful Death Instances
Wrongful death can occur after any accident. We handle all wrongful death accidents including the following:
- Medical malpractice
- Car, truck and motorcycle accidents
- Catastrophic accidents
- Product liability
- Slip and fall accidents
- Burns and explosions
- Work related accidents
Wrongful Death of a Child
Wrongful death of a child and wrongful death of an unborn child can be two of the hardest cases to deal with on an emotional level. No parent should have to say goodbye to a child, especially one that they have yet to formally meet. If the circumstances surrounding your child’s death or the death of an unborn child don’t seem to add up, then you may need legal advice to get to the bottom of the death and find the answers you deserve.
Children are often the victims of wrongful death lawsuits pertaining to medical malpractice. Furthermore, wrongful death of an elderly person is also often the result of a medical malfunction, nursing home abuse or a slip and fall accident.
Minnesota Attorneys You Can Trust
Winning a wrongful death case will not make the pain go away. However, it can help you focus on your future and ensure the financial protection your family needs during this time. Financial compensation can help pay for the loss of income, your children’s education fund, the funeral and burial costs and the day to day living expenses. It can also provide a sense of closure and justice for the wrongdoing.
Compassionate and Caring
At McEwen & Kestner, PLLC we understand how traumatic this experience has been. We know the last thing you want to deal with is the legal complications surrounding your financial future. Let us handle the legal aspect so you can concentrate on moving forward with your family. Contact McEwen & Kestner, PLLC at 651-224-3833 or toll free at (612) 324-1541 today to get the legal advice and financial compensation you deserve.