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Attorneys Mark R. Kosieradzki & Joel E. Smith are national leaders representing Catastrophic Injuries and Wrongful Death

Dignity • Truth • Respect

National leaders representing those who have been seriously
injured or their relatives in cases involving catastrophic injury.

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Cases like Traumatic Brain Injuries are represented by Kosieradzki • Smith Law FirmTraumatic Brain Injuries Cases like Burns & Explosions are represented by Kosieradzki • Smith Law FirmBurns & Explosions Cases like Nursing Home Abuse are represented by Kosieradzki • Smith Law FirmNursing Home Abuse

Results

$10,000,000

Sexual Assault

$5,250,000

Medication Error

$3,800,000

Paralysis

$3,500,000

Pressure Sores

$2,450,000

Brain Injury

$2,000,000

Back Injury

$1,950,000

Pressure Sore

$1,800,000

Orthopedic Fractures

$1,200,000

Asphyxiation

$1,100,000

Traumatic Brain Injury

$1,000,000

Head Injury

$1,000,000

Pressure Sore

$1,000,000

Scald Burn

Kosieradzki • Smith Law Firm

The Kosieradzki • Smith Law Firm is recognized as a premier law firm in the field of serious personal injury and wrongful death matters.

 

Based in the Minneapolis suburb of Plymouth, Minnesota, the Kosieradzki • Smith Law Firm represents clients throughout the Minneapolis-St. Paul Twin Cities area, the state of Minnesota and nationally, in cases involving catastrophic injury, including nursing home abuse, wrongful death,medical malpractice, products liability, vehicle accidents, trucking accidents, slip and fall accidents and premises liability, and other serious injuries caused by others’ wrongful and negligent acts.

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A Recent Case Featured on KSTP

Too often, families have to deal with a nursing home’s abuse or neglect of their loved ones.  Ralph Dostal’s family is one of many that Mark Kosieradzki has assisted…

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Lawyer Mark Kosieradzki Featured on 5 Eyewitness News

Mark Kosieradzki Featured in 5 Eyewitness News Story

The family filed a lawsuit against her former nursing home, alleging Solyst received possibly twice the prescribed dosage of fentanyl. "The fact the department of health investigated and found there was nothing wrong is mind-boggling to me," said the Solyst lawyer, Mark Kosieradzki.