If a family member is killed in an accident due to someone else’s fault, you and your family may have a wrongful death claim. You should contact a wrongful death attorney at Meshbesher & Spence immediately to discuss your options.
No family wants to find themselves in such a circumstance, but if it occurs, trying to navigate the complexities of filing a claim is emotionally draining and painful.
We often see these heartbreaking scenarios—the loss of a spouse, parent, sibling, or child. We also see its impact on those left behind and the generations to come. For these reasons, our experienced attorneys at Meshbesher & Spence are committed to supporting you and those hurting from losing a loved one.
We help you through the difficult and complex legal process while helping you preserve your loved one’s legacy.
In Minnesota, wrongful death cases can arise from:
For decades, our law firm has helped bereaved Minnesota families seek justice, emotional closure, and financial compensation due to the wrongful death of a loved one.
We work for you on a contingent basis. You do not pay for our services unless you receive compensation. If you do not recover compensation, you do not pay anything.
At Meshbesher & Spence, our wrongful death attorneys understand the devastation of losing a loved one. And, unlike insurance companies, we realize we’re dealing with real people, not “statistics.”
Because of our compassion and proven experience, Meshbesher & Spence has achieved exceptional results for families cast into these difficult circumstances. Our attorneys are highly skilled in all aspects of the law concerning wrongful death claims.
In a wrongful death claim, damages awarded to the family may include the following:
All wrongful death claims are brought to the court by a Trustee, usually a family member appointed by the court to represent the closest relatives of the person who died. All wrongful death claims in Minnesota must be brought to the court within three years of the individual’s death.
Acting swiftly to protect your rights and secure fair compensation for your family is essential. Therefore, it’s important to contact our law firm so we can discuss your case and walk you through the next steps.
Wrongful death claims can be complex, and many lawyers have never successfully presented a lawsuit in court. That lack of experience hurts their ability to negotiate a fair settlement effectively or obtain a just result in court.
At Meshbesher & Spence, we have experience dealing with insurance companies and the courts proving these wrongful death claims. In addition, our Minnesota wrongful death attorneys have a history of developing specific and compelling cases, resulting in some of the largest wrongful death awards that the state has seen.
Trust our Minnesota wrongful death attorneys to advocate on your family’s behalf.