Firm Overview

The law firm of Hunegs, LeNeave & Kvas has a 70-year history of representing injured plaintiffs. Our firm's founder, William DeParcq, was himself an injury victim. At the age of 18, he was seriously injured in a car collision. Although disabled, he worked his way through law school and ultimately began his law practice, armed with a unique understanding of the needs of the injured. Mr. DeParcq served in the Minnesota Legislature and was a pioneer in railroad worker's injury law and the litigation of cases under the Federal Employers' Liability Act (FELA).

Through the years the firm has grown to include Richard Hunegs, Randal LeNeave, Cortney LeNeave, William Kvas, Richard Carlson, Thomas Flaskamp, Richard Dinsmore, Jayson Nelson and Katie Figgins. Each attorney is an aggressive trial lawyer, allowing us to make strong compensation demands on behalf of our clients.

Our firm has been involved in high-profile national cases resulting from airplane, train and maritime disasters. Our record of consistently obtaining outstanding results for our clients puts us in a powerful negotiating position.

Hunegs, LeNeave & Kvas has garnered many verdicts and settlements in excess of a million dollars, including a 24 million dollar personal injury settlement, the highest known personal injury settlement in the history of Minnesota and North Dakota jurisprudence.