Hunting Accidents Lawyers in Minnesota
Financial Recovery for the Victims of Hunting Accidents
Twin Cities Hunting and Gun Accident Lawyers
Hunting accidents and gun-related injuries are not only unfortunate, they are unnecessary. Careful handling and safe operation of a gun can prevent most accidents from occurring. When a hunter is negligent in the discharge of a firearm and someone is injured — or even killed — the victim or family has the right to seek justice.
At the Twin Cities law office of Johnston | Martineau, P.L.L.P., our personal injury and wrongful death attorneys represent clients who have been seriously injured in hunting accidents. This includes those injured by accidental shootings (guns and hunting bows), as well as hunting stand collapses/deer stand defects.
Don’t assume you have no option for payment of your medical bills. At Johnston | Martineau, P.L.L.P., we have successfully secured financial compensation from homeowners’ policies for personal injury and wrongful death claims stemming from hunting accidents.
If you are unsure about pursuing legal action, call our office at (651) 269.8463 and ask us to review your case. You may also email our Minneapolis sporting law firm to schedule a free initial consultation.
Negligent Gun Owners and Homeowners Insurance
A homeowners’ insurance policy will define who exactly is insured. It can include the homeowner, underage relatives living in the home, adult children living in the home if they have reduced competence, and other adults living in the home. We will need to review the policy in question to determine exactly who is covered.
Once we determine that you are eligible for reimbursement under a homeowners’ policy, we must then prove negligence caused your injuries and build a case for your full and fair compensation. We are prepared to pursue all potential avenues of recovery and are more than willing to take the matter to court to protect your best interests.
Trust Johnston | Martineau, P.L.L.P. to secure the compensation to which you are entitled after a sports or recreational injury. Contact our Twin Cities law office to schedule a free initial consultation. We are available by phone or email 24/7 and respond to messages within 24 hours. Call (651) ANY.TIME (651) 269.8463.