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A wrongful death case can be brought in the instance where someone dies due to the negligence or misconduct of a person or business. They can take on many different forms–from motor vehicle accidents to assault to many more. Their diverse nature isn’t the only reason wrongful death cases are often so complex. They often involve a number of different types of claims, and both state and federal laws dictate the instances when wrongful death cases may be pursued and paired with other charges. Damages can be significant, and there can be challenging odds to overcome.

Our experienced attorneys have handled thousands of claims involving deaths due to any number of causes, including:

If we can be of help to you or a loved in this area, contact a personal injury lawyer for a free case evaluation by completing our free case evaluation form above.

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

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