Compassionate Help For Family Members With Wrongful Death Claims

Even though it may be the farthest thing from your mind, it is important to think about whether you want to pursue legal action against the person who caused a fatal accident. The purpose of a wrongful death lawsuit is to obtain compensation for the immediate family members of the person who was killed due to the negligent actions of another.

The insurance company will have an investigator at the accident scene as soon as possible in an attempt to limit their liability. By taking decisive legal action, you can help ensure that you present a strong and compelling case designed to counter the arguments of the insurance company. Pictures of the accident scene can be taken, witnesses interviewed and valuable evidence preserved. However, if you wait too long to pursue legal action, this evidence will disappear and your chances for recovery in a wrongful death suit will diminish rapidly.

In Minnesota, a wrongful death lawsuit may be filed as many as three years after the fatal accident. However, we encourage you not to wait that long. As hard as it may be, you and your family members will be better served if you secure legal advice regarding a wrongful death lawsuit as soon as possible.

We Will Take Responsibility For Your Fatal Accident Case

At the Law Office of Thomas B. Schway, we have served Minnesota clients for more than 30 years. Located in the eastern St. Paul suburb of Oakdale, our office is conveniently situated away from the busy downtown streets. More importantly, our team of attorneys offer sympathetic and aggressive legal representation to families in wrongful death cases.

Understand What You Are Entitled To After A Wrongful Death

Whether you have lost a family member in a car accident or a serious workplace mishap, the insurance company that represents the responsible party will immediately begin working to lessen your chances of recovering compensation.

Who will pay for the funeral? After an accidental death caused by another person, one immediate question is, where will funeral expenses come from? In many situations, our attorneys can help you obtain funds to pay for the funeral and burial expenses — and we will explain in detail all the expenses that will and will not be covered by a wrongful death lawsuit.

You owe it to yourself and your family to get an advocate on your side as soon as possible. We understand what you may be entitled to under Minnesota's wrongful death laws — and we will help your family secure full and fair compensation after a fatal accident in your family.

As soon as we accept your case, you can pass all responsibility for the wrongful death lawsuit to us. We will begin investigating immediately. When you are ready to proceed with the lawsuit, we will be ready to present a strong and compelling case to the insurance company. In the event negotiations prove unsuccessful, we will not hesitate to take your case to trial.

Contact Us Today For A Confidential And Complimentary Consultation

For answers to your questions about a wrongful death lawsuit, call 888-556-3551 today or contact us online to schedule a free and confidential appointment with one of our lawyers.