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Wrongful Death Claims
Wrongful Death is defined as a person's death that is caused by the wrongful act or negligence of another and that serves as the basis for a civil action for damages on behalf of the decedent's heirs.
Protect your Family. Our experienced trial attorneys have a deep understanding of how devastating a fatal accident is to family members who have lost the love, companionship, and financial support of a family member. Your family comes first.
It is important to obtain responsible representation in catastrophic injury and wrongful death lawsuits. These lawsuits are complicated, and require immediate investigation. The attorneys at LawyerNetwork.org have years of experience in these types of lawsuits, and know the importance of working with local law enforcement, medical, and actuarial professionals, to help determine the full and fair compensation your family may be entitled to under the law.
There are filing deadlines in Wrongful Death lawsuits, which vary according to the type of claim, but typically run from the date of the event. It is important not to miss any of these deadlines, as you may forfeit your right to seek financial damages that you or your family may be entitled to. If the negligent party was a government entity or employee, or a municipality, you may have as little as 30 days to meet filing deadlines.
If a friend or loved one know has died as a result of someone else’s negligence, recklessness, or violence, please contact us to schedule a no-cost consultation about a potential wrongful death lawsuit.