Wrongful Death Attorney
If you have lost a loved one due to the negligence of another, you have a case for wrongful death. The grief can be extremely difficult to bear and no amount of compensation could ever replace the loss of a loved one. But those left behind deserve justice for the loss of their family, and the death may have had additional economic consequences.
From medical bills to funeral expenses, the added costs of the loss can have far-reaching effects that should not be borne by the victim's family. While dealing with the tragedy of a wrongful death, hiring a wrongful death attorney may be the furthest thing from your mind. However, in order to preserve your family's rights under the law, it is important to have an experienced attorney to safeguard your interests. We have the experience to handle all of your legal needs in this difficult time.
In a wrongful death case, family members may be entitled to compensation for:
• Medical expenses
• Burial and funeral expenses
• Anticipated future earnings of the decedent
• Loss of services, companionship, guidance, comfort, instruction, training, counsel and financial support
• Pain and suffering your loved one experienced before death
• Other out of pocket expenses
By definition, a "wrongful death" is the loss of life caused by another.
Wrongful death claims may arise from a number of tragedies, including but not limited to:
• Car Accidents
• Truck Accidents
• Motorcycle Accidents
• Defective / Dangerous Products
• Workplace and Industrial Accidents
• Explosions and Fires
• Other Tragedies
No matter where and how the tragedy occurred, when a person dies due to the negligence or recklessness of another, surviving family members may pursue a wrongful death lawsuit.
If you suspect that a loved one may have died due to the negligence of another, it is important for you to contact an experienced lawyer to protect your family's legal interests.
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