Some of the things that you think about after your spouse, parent, child, or other loved one has died in a Grand Avenue accident make you feel bad. You may feel selfish, disrespectful, or simply wrong for having certain thoughts, but we want you to know that you are none of those things.
These Thoughts Are Common
Many people who have lost a close relative in a Wausau accident or a crash anywhere else in the state or nation may have the following thoughts:
- Should I go back to work now?
- Is it okay for me to attend a wedding, graduation, birthday party or other social event?
- How will it look if I go shopping, to a movie, or out to dinner?
- Is it too soon for me to empty my loved one’s closet?
- Can I keep my loved one’s things in my home for as long as I want, or is it weird?
These thoughts do not mean that you are not grieving. They in no way reflect on the love you have for the relative you who died. Instead, they are part of a natural instinct to keep living and to keep moving forward even in the face of great tragedy.
You May Also Wonder Whether You Should Call a Lawyer
Your friends and family may have differing opinions about whether you should contact a wrongful death lawyer and they may confuse you. However, if your loved one’s death was caused by someone else’s negligence then you have nothing to lose by contacting a lawyer and getting your questions answered. Simply click on the contact us button above or the live chat icon on the left side of the page to get started.