Holding Negligent People Accountable For The Loss Of A Loved One
No amount of money can ever replace what you have lost due to the death of your cherished family member. The physical presence, the emotional connection, the laughter, the time spent together. While no one can bring back your loved one, a wrongful death lawsuit can help you move forward with your life.
What can a wrongful death lawsuit accomplish? It can provide your family with a sense of closure while holding negligent people or corporations accountable for the damage they have caused. The attorneys at the Rochester office of Restovich Braun & Associates, can take control of your future and hold the liable parties responsible for the death of your loved ones. You can schedule your free consultation with one of our friendly and knowledgeable staff members by calling 507-218-2004.
Compensation In Minnesota Wrongful Death Claims
Determining the total compensation in a wrongful death case can be a complex process. Our lawyers will help you review all case details and then pursue the maximum compensation. In a wrongful death case, an estate can make a claim against a negligent party for damages such as:
- The victims’ pain and suffering while still alive
- Medical expenses
- Funeral and burial expenses
- Loss of companionship
- Lost future earnings
At Restovich Braun & Associates, we will provide you with compassion while aggressively advocating for the resources your estate deserves. Our attorneys will be here for you every step of the way to answer your questions and make sure you are comfortable with the process. We are not satisfied until we get justice and our clients can move forward in a positive direction.
Contact A Compassionate And Experienced Wrongful Death Attorney
We handle claims involving a wide variety of fatal accidents, including those involving motor vehicle accidents, unsafe premises and nursing home neglect. If you are ready to learn more, contact us online or call 507-218-2004 today for a free consultation with an attorney from our Rochester firm.