Ken Pearson focuses his practice on representing people injured by harmful pharmaceuticals, defective medical devices, and other dangerous products. He has a wealth of experience handling high profile personal injury litigation, with a particular emphasis on complex product liability claims.
Ken represents individuals seeking recovery for product-related personal injuries in state and federal courts throughout the country. He firmly believes that while companies are entitled to profit from products that are safe and effective, they should also be held fully accountable when product defects – whether in medical devices, pharmaceuticals, or other products – result in devastating injuries to consumers. Ken is a strong advocate for injury victims, and has successfully resolved a wide variety of personal injury claims through settlements, trials, and practice before the appellate courts.
Born and raised in rural Minnesota, Ken obtained his undergraduate degree in economics at the University of Minnesota. He earned his law degree in Massachusetts at Harvard Law School, and returned to Minnesota to practice law. Ken greatly enjoys the outdoors and is an avid motorcyclist. His favorite pastime is traveling with his wife and three children.
AREAS OF PRACTICE
Exclusively representing Plaintiffs in the following types of cases:
- Pharmaceutical and Medical Device Litigation
- Mass Tort Litigation
- Product Liability
- American Association for Justice
- Minnesota Association for Justice
- Minnesota, 1984
- U.S. District Court of Minnesota, 1984
- HARVARD LAW SCHOOL, Cambridge, Massachusetts (Juris Doctor)
- UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA, Minneapolis, MN (Magna Cum Laude, Bachelors of Science in Economics)