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Experienced Representation for Significant Injury Cases

Robins Kaplan personal injury attorneys have compassion for our clients and passion for justice. We understand that an unexpected catastrophic injury or death causes many hardships for you and loved ones. We know that, when life takes an unexpected turn for those who have experienced the most devastating and life-altering events, having the right legal representation can make all the difference.

Our attorneys are dedicated to addressing catastrophic, serious, life-altering injuries and wrongful death cases, where individuals and families’ lives have been permanently and forever altered. We understand the gravity of serious injury and aim to provide compassionate, focused legal representation to those in the most challenging circumstances.   

Our specialization in significant injury and wrongful death cases allows us to provide a level of expertise and focus that can be crucial; allowing our attorneys to concentrate resources, expertise, and attention where the impact is most profound. Examples of cases we handle include:

Catastrophic Injury: Severe or devastating injuries, life-changing and traumatic injuries, profound injuries, and irreversible injuries.

Wrongful Death: Negligent fatalities, fatal crashes, and fatal workplace incidents.

Serious Injuries: Severe harm, major bodily injuries, and critical injuries.

Life-altering Injuries: Long-term life-impacting injuries, injuries causing permanent change or prolonged effects, and injuries that cause permanent disability.

We Take on Complexity

Our courtroom experience and success in personal injury and wrongful death cases include some of the most complicated cases. Catastrophic events like fires and explosions, deadly drunk driver accidents, significant car, truck, and motorcycle catastrophes, and fatal airplane crashes often have one thing in common: a wrongdoer failed to use reasonable care and their carelessness caused severe or permanent harm to you or someone you love.  

You are Not Alone

We see the person and family behind every personal injury or wrongful death case. We understand that, because of a catastrophic event or wrongful death, life may never be the same again. We may be able to help you and your family handle the many difficulties a serious injury or wrongful death brings. Our attorneys and in-house resources including investigators, medical advisors and Ph.D. science advisors are ready to tackle complicated incidents that require real courtroom know-how.

We have clarified or helped change laws that protect individual rights in important cases before the Supreme Courts of Minnesota, Wisconsin, North Dakota, and Iowa. Our attorneys have appeared on the Today Show (NBC), CBS News, Good Morning America (ABC), Dateline NBC, and other news programs and have been consistently named Super Lawyers and Best Lawyers in America.

To contact a personal injury lawyer for a free case evaluation related to a catastrophic, life-altering injury or death, please complete our free case evaluation form or call 612.349.0166.

Our attorneys handle matters primarily in Minnesota, Iowa, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wisconsin.

Selected Featured Results:

Personal Injury Settlement: Secured $350K Personal Injury Settlement Resulting from Brooklyn Center Police Department Shooting of Daunte Wright

Personal Injury Verdict: $270K Verdict for Pain and Suffering, Lost Wages in California Truck Accident

Personal Injury Settlement: Represented 72-year-old man injured in a ski lift incident in Michigan. Claim resulted in $2,250,000 settlement.

Wrongful Death: Obtained a $6,000,000 judgment in a wrongful death case involving a 29-year-old decedent.

Traumatic Brain Injury Vehicle Accident: Resolved a bicycle vs. truck traumatic brain injury matter for $1,750,000.

Spinal Cord Injury Accident: Philip Sieff, working with outside co-counsel, reached a $14.5 million settlement at early mediation on behalf of a 43-year-old man who sustained a severe spinal cord injury in a fall. The settlement was reached less than one year from when Phil was retained.

Industrial Accident: Philip Sieff completed a settlement for a 32-year-old male who suffered an industrial accident that left him with third-degree burns over 70 percent of his body. The injured man settled with defendants for $15.4 million.

Vehicle Motorcycle Accident: Represented the family of a 50-year-old unmarried woman with adult children who died from a vehicle vs. motorcycle crash. The case resulted in a pre-suit settlement of $1.75 million.

Wrongful Death Motor Vehicle Accident: Settled a case involving the wrongful death of a 22-year-old single female resulting from a motor vehicle accident. Pre-suit settlement with defendants equaled $1,630,000.

Wrongful Death of Minor: Obtained a $1,250,000 recovery on behalf of a minor who was electrocuted while climbing a tree after the Court granted a motion for punitive damages.

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