Patrick Stoneking

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612.349.8500 • Minneapolis, MN

The people who Pat Stoneking represents typically never expected to need an attorney. Something bad has happened to them or a loved one as a result of a medical experience. They call Pat when questions about the related medical care and outcomes have gone unanswered. Pat gets to the bottom of the key issues and does whatever the law allows to help make things right again. He is an experienced advocate and gives informed counsel throughout the entire legal process.

“People come to me completely overwhelmed by everything that has happened to them. It is so great to be able to step in, take over, straighten things out, and fight to make things right.”  Pat Stoneking

After graduating from law school, Pat went to work on behalf of injured people. He joined a small injury practice that took him on journeys to courthouses and living rooms across the Midwest. After more than six years with this small firm, Pat joined the Personal Injury and Medical Malpractice groups at Robins Kaplan where he continues his work.

Pat and his wife Sophie enjoy spending almost all of their free time with their three children.

Bar Admissions

  • Minnesota
  • New York
  • Wisconsin
  • U.S. District Court, Minnesota


  • Named a “Minnesota Rising Star,” Super Lawyers (2015)
  • Named a “North Star Lawyer” by the Minnesota State Bar Associationfor providing at least 50 hours of pro bono legal services (2014)

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Patrick Stoneking Case Results
  • Description of Incident Two young men involved in a traffic collision caused by a methadone-impaired driver.
    Description of Damages Death of two young men.
    Description of Awards $8.5 million agreement
  • Description of Incident Head-on automobile crash.
    Description of Damages Resulted in brain injury.
    Description of Awards $1.5 million settlement.