St. Cloud And Brainerd Wrongful Death Attorney

Persons, organizations and governmental entities can be held financially accountable for fatal accidents. Liability involves foreseeability: should the negligent party have foreseen dangers associated with their actions or inactions? An experienced wrongful death attorney can be invaluable in helping a victim's survivors evaluate their options.

It is not necessary to prove intentional misconduct. For example, the driver of a car who is busy texting a message to a friend certainly doesn't intend to cross the median and kill another driver. However, that driver should have foreseen the dangers associated with trying to text and drive at the same time.

An Experienced Wrongful Death Trial Lawyer

At Gabrielson Law Offices, Ltd., we help the families of wrongful death victims take legal action in Minnesota courts. Our goal is to help you and your family get the full and fair recovery you are owed.

If you've lost a family member due to the negligence of someone else, attorney Stephen Gabrielson is ready to help you obtain the just recovery to which you and your family are entitled. From our office locations in Sartell and Brainerd, we represent clients in wrongful death and catastrophic injury litigation matters throughout Northern and Central Minnesota.

Seeking Justice Through Minnesota Courts

Nothing can ever truly replace the comfort and companionship your loved one gave you. But, a wrongful death claim holds wrongdoers accountable for their actions. Such a claim also helps your family move forward by giving you the resources you need for support.

When a family member dies in a fatal accident, it is important to consider all financial and legal issues, regardless of the circumstances involved, including:

Not only can you recover for the monetary support your loved one would have contributed to your family, but the surviving members may also be entitled to the value of that person's comfort, companionship, advice and assistance.

Minnesota Imposes A Deadline For Filing Wrongful Death Lawsuits

Minnesota law places a three year time restriction — a statute of limitations — on wrongful death claims. Therefore, if you are the survivor of a wrongful death victim, you should seek legal advice from a competent wrongful death attorney as soon as possible. If you wait too long to take legal action, you may be barred from bringing a claim.

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