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1 Answer | Asked in Adoption, Child Custody and Wrongful Death for Minnesota on
Q: How can I get legal custody of my 2 great-nephews whose mother and 2yr old sister were just killed in an auto accident?

My niece and her youngest child were killed 4/2/18 And her 2 surviving children were taken from our care by the biological father of the younger child. They were taken to their "grandmothers " whom ny niece has told several authorities and family members she would never want her children to be... Read more »

D. Patrick McCullough
D. Patrick McCullough answered on Apr 17, 2018

Very, very sad for you. You should consider hiring an experienced family law attorney to help you. These type of proceeding are quite complicated and you will need expert help.

1 Answer | Asked in Civil Rights and Wrongful Death for Minnesota on
Q: Can a police officer that kills an unarmed civilian and claims to fear for his/her life be charged with cowardice?
Peter N. Munsing
Peter N. Munsing answered on Feb 20, 2018

There is no charge of cowardice. Under the circumstances the estate of the deceased may bring a civil action. They should check with the Minnesota Civil Liberties Union to ask on "police misconduct" cases who their "cooperating attorneys" are. Those attorneys give free consultations. Note: this is... Read more »

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Q: The Dr.s discharged, my son after an adnoid surgery, and sent us home with his oxygen setthat 60 percent while sleeping.

They also gave him tylenol with codeine for pain and he had no kidneys there he did not wake up the next morning how long do I have to take this to court

Adam Studnicki
Adam Studnicki answered on Jul 14, 2015

Sorry for your loss. Statutes of limitation vary by state and type of claim. Best to talk to a local injury lawyer asap. It can take a lawyer some time to investigate and get a case ready to file, especially medical malpractice cases. Generally speaking, a lawyer is less likely to take a case if... Read more »

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