So much has been taken from you without your consent. You couldn’t prevent your loved one’s death, but you can protect your own future by learning as much as you as you can about your rights and by making decisions that protect your family.
There are many useful articles and videos available to you on our website, but the easiest way to get the individualized information that you need is to contact an experienced and empathetic wrongful death attorney directly via this website or by phone. A lawyer can provide you with all of the information that you need to make an informed decision about how to protect your rights.
Six Ways an Attorney May Help You
A skilled wrongful death lawyer can help you prove that the other person’s actions—or inactions in some cases—caused your loved one’s death. Among other things, the right attorney will be able to help you:
- Prove that the other person caused your love one’s death.
- Determine what medical bills, funeral costs, and other expenses you incurred from your loved one’s death.
- Put together a compelling argument for your right to compensation.
- Negotiate with the responsible party for compensation for these expenses and any additional amount deemed appropriate for your family’s pain and suffering.
- Prepare a lawsuit for court if you are unable to come to an agreeable settlement through negotiations.
- File a lawsuit within the statutory time limit.
An experienced wrongful death lawyer will know how to handle your case with the utmost compassion and will always remember that you, and your family, have suffered a significant loss and that you are mourning. Thus, you should expect that your lawyer will:
- Ask questions in a compassionate manner.
- Respect your loved one’s memory.
- Allow you to grieve.
You may benefit from having an attorney represent your legal interests and you have the right to expect compassion from your representative. Our attorneys can provide you with both experience and empathy. When you are ready, please contact us to schedule a free, no-obligation initial consultation and to learn more about how a wrongful death case works.