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St. Paul Unborn Child Injury Attorneys

At the St. Paul law firm of Swor & Gatto, P.A., our attorneys help clients whose baby died in utero because of the negligence of another party. For nearly 30 years, our firm has been a strong advocate for clients who were injured or suffered terrible losses. We have been able to obtain compensation and damages for thousands of clients in court, at the negotiating table or through arbitration and mediation.

The death of an unborn child creates a terrible hole in the lives of parents. In some instances, the losses are compounded by the death of the mother in the same incident. In others, the mother lives and the fetus dies. In either event, those left behind can seek a remedy if the death was the result of a negligent accident. Our law firm can help.

Causes of Unborn Child Injuries and Death

Our attorneys handle claims arising from the death of a viable fetus in:

These types of cases can also arise from many other personal injury accidents, including gun accidents, hit and run accidents and drunk driving accidents.

Building a Strong Claim After the Death of an Unborn Child

It is important to demonstrate that the fetus was viable at the time of death. Our attorneys consult with nationally recognized medical experts who testify about the development of the baby. We employ investigators to uncover and document the facts of the accident and to help identify the liable party.

Clients who file a claim after the death of their unborn child in Minnesota may be able to receive:

  • Funeral expenses
  • Emotional suffering
  • Costs of therapy and medications

They may also be able to obtain compensation for lost wages if they took time away from work.

Contact a St. Paul and Minneapolis Fetal Injury Attorney

We invite you to schedule a free consultation to learn how the St. Paul lawyers at Swor & Gatto can help you after your unborn baby died as a result of negligence. Contact us at 651-454-3600 or complete our intake form today. If you cannot come to us, we will visit you at home or in the hospital.

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