For more than 30 years, Larson Law Firm P.C. has provided comfort to the surviving family members who tragically lost their loved ones because of someone else’s negligence. We also seek to preserve accident victims’ rights through helping them obtain a maximum recovery.
At Larson Law Firm P.C., we are prepared to determine fault. Our diligence helps us aggressively pursue a full recovery for accident victims’ suffering catastrophic injuries, such as spinal cord injuries or brain injuries. Personal injury attorney Mark Larson is also committed to helping families reduce their financial burdens so they can focus on healing after tragically losing their loved ones.
Contact us online or call (866) 309-1777 for a free initial consultation and case evaluation at our Minot, North Dakota, office location.
The personal injury and wrongful death lawyer at our firm has a successful record of obtaining justice for accident victims and families who lost loved ones in fatal accidents. We have secured settlements and won jury verdicts in a wide range of cases, involving:
The statute of limitations for wrongful death lawsuits in North Dakota courts is two years, but it is essential to seek legal help from a qualified wrongful death lawyer as soon as possible. Critical evidence can be lost or destroyed, witness memories may fade, and opportunities to research and prepare for the lawsuit may delay matters.
We will investigate the causes of the accident, while documenting the full extent of your losses, including loss of financial support, companionship and guidance. Attorney Mark Larson’s background as a certified public accountant becomes particularly helpful when quantifying those losses. Mr. Larson is a civil trial specialist certified by the National Board of Trial Advocacy with more than 30 years of personal injury experience.
If you or your loved one is suffering an oil field injury, contact our law office online or call us toll free at (866) 309-1777 to schedule a free initial evaluation. We represent families throughout North Dakota and Northwest Minnesota and take cases on a contingency basis.