Practice Area Overview
At the Law Office of Kenneth R. White, P.C., I handle a wide range of trial and appellate cases in Minnesota. I’m attorney Ken White and my firm provides experienced legal representation for appellate court cases involving civil and criminal matters from around the state. These may involve complex legal matters that require advanced strategy, substantial legal research and working in conjunction with other Minnesota lawyers.
30 Years Of Experience With Appellate Matters
I have more than 30 years of experience with these matters and arguing cases before the Minnesota Court of Appeals and Supreme Court. I have been called an “Attorney’s attorney” and I truly love researching, writing briefs and developing legal theories within arguments to create a compelling case for my clients.
I am happy to discuss your matter and help you determined the best way to help your clients with their issues, from providing research, assisting at trial to arguing the appeal in front of the Court of Appeal or Supreme Court.
A Wide Variety Of Legal Services For Clients
Seeking legal help can be stressful for many people, so having the confidence in the attorney you pick can make the process much more comforting. It’s important for people to realize that they don’t need to accept the status quo when it comes to personal injury cases.
For example, insurance companies might pressure you into accepting a settlement involving your injury case, but it may not be favorable in the long run to do so. An experienced lawyer can help you to evaluate the situation and decide the course of action that is best for you.
While part of my practice is devoted to personal injury cases, those are not the only attorney services I provide. I handle multiple aspects of the law for my Minnesota clients. Among these are:
- Employment law, including cases involving wrongful termination, discrimination and civil rights violations
- Motor vehicle accidents, including accidents involving cars, trucks, commercial vehicles and pedestrians
- Wrongful death cases, as a result of injuries or improperly diagnosed illnesses