You should contact a Milwaukee wrongful death attorney because you may be able to file a wrongful death case even if the evidence about the driver’s blood alcohol content is inconclusive.
When you file a wrongful death case you do not have to prove that a driver’s blood alcohol content was above the legal limit of 0.08%. Instead, you must prove that the driver was negligent and that the negligence caused your loved one’s death. A driver may be negligent regardless of his or her blood alcohol levels.
In order to prove that the driver who killed your loved one was negligent, it is important to contact a Milwaukee fatal accident lawyer as soon as possible. Your lawyer can conduct an investigation—independent of the police investigation—to determine what really happened to your loved one. That information may be useful to you and may allow you to recover the damages to which you are legally entitled.
For more information about what to do after a fatal Milwaukee car crash, please contact the experienced attorneys at our Milwaukee personal injury law firm today. We can be reached via this website or by calling 1-800-800-5678 or 414-223-4800.
Hupy & Abraham has eleven offices across Illinois, Wisconsin, and Iowa. With one call to our toll-free number, we can connect you to the office that is closest to your residence. We also encourage you to learn more about the auto accident recovery process in our FREE book, The Ultimate Guide for Automobile Accident Victims.