Updated: Mar 04, 2022
**Wrongful death** is defined as a death that occurs as a consequence of negligent or wrongful conduct.
Wrongful death is defined as a death that occurs as a consequence of negligent or wrongful conduct.
Survival legislation enables the survivors of a victim to pursue a claim in tort against the person or organization who was responsible for the victim's death.
In the field of tort law, wrongful death may emerge from any area of activity.
The use of a faulty product, the driving of a drunken motorist, medical mistakes, negligent security, hazardous working conditions in the workplace, and the collapse of a building or other structure is all wrongful death examples of situations in which wrongful death may result.
Wrongful death is a civil lawsuit (filed by survivors or estates against individuals or corporations responsible for the death and which cannot directly result in incarceration, meaning that the judgment will not result in incarceration), whereas murder is a criminal lawsuit (filed by survivors or estates against individuals or corporations responsible for the death and which cannot directly result in incarceration, meaning that the judgment will not result in incarceration) (instituted by criminal prosecutors and which can lead to incarceration).
Attorneys at the Oppegard Law Firm represent both plaintiffs and defendants in civil wrongful death lawsuits in Minnesota and North Dakota, as well as other states.
Every state has its own set of regulations that limit the time period in which a wrongful death case may be brought.
No matter whether you need legal assistance in defending a wrongful death claim or your family is attempting to file a wrongful death lawsuit, it is critical that you speak with a legal professional as soon as possible.
When you come to Oppegard Legislation Firm, it will examine the relevant law, evaluate the merits of your case, analyze the possibility of financial damage, and identify the parties who are accountable.
If you or your company is held liable in a wrongful death case, it will represent you and your interests.
Many lawsuits may be successfully settled by negotiated settlements or arbitration, particularly where culpability extends to many parties or when the case involves multiple parties.
As part of its case preparation, research, and investigation, its trial lawyers work to build a strong case for trial with the goal of increasing the likelihood of a favorable outcome.
Call its legal office at (218) 231-8105 to schedule a consultation with one of its lawyers to explore how we can assist you regarding this wrongful death lawsuit.