The 2023 legislative session brought sweeping changes to wrongful death claims in Minnesota. Governor Walz is expected to sign into law the “Survivorship Bill” (S.F. 997) approved by the state legislature earlier this session. The Survivorship Bill could substantially alter the scope of recoverable damages for current and future wrongful death claimants.
An obstacle course race organizer won summary judgment in a “greater than ordinary” negligence claim brought by a race participant after the participant suffered a significant injury during an obstacle course race. The case had complex discovery and expert issues, and required analysis of the interplay between waiver provisions, Minnesota pleading requirements, and statutory issues.
Larson • King attorney Bradley Bultman is named among America’s Top 100 Personal Injury Attorneys® for 2019.
The Superior Court for the Third Judicial District of Alaska issued an order granting a summary judgment motion brought by Larson • King attorneys.
Larson • King trial lawyers Mark Solheim and Tony Novak successfully defended one of the firm’s clients in a recent jury trial arising out of multi-million dollar
Class action settlement funds often have money remaining after class members have filed claims. This may result from class members not being located or because