Establishing Liability in
A Wrongful Death Case
It doesn’t matter if your loved one’s death was an accident. If someone else was at fault, then they need to compensate you for your loss. Our law firm has the experience and knowledge to help establish fault and liability. We obtain evidence that supports your claim, such as:
- Police or accident reports
- Eyewitness accounts
- Photos or videos of the accident
- Medical records/autopsy reports
- Expert testimony
We exhaust all possible sources to find evidence that helps you with your case. We use the evidence to establish who is responsible and how the accident led to your family's loss.
Damages Your Family Can Claim
Your family is entitled to a fair settlement based on your damages, which may include:
Pre-Death Medical Expenses
Your loved one may have spent time in surgery or in the ICU prior to death. If so, you may be able to account for ambulatory services, ER visits, surgical procedures, and other medical services.
Funeral and Burial Costs
Today, a family may pay over $10,000 to bury a loved one. As such, you may be able to claim expenses for body preparation, burial costs, the casket, the headstone, ceremonial costs, and/or the funeral plot.
Loss of Family Income
Was your loved one a provider in the home? If so, you may be entitled to receive compensation based on lost income, lost retirement, and lost benefits.
Pain and Suffering
Pain and suffering can include a wide range of physical and emotional turmoil. For instance, the deceased may have suffered prior to death. In addition, your family may experience loss of companionship, loss of a parent, clinical depression, anxiety, or other issues.
As your attorneys, our law firm can assess the total value of your damages based on factors such as how the accident occurred, who is liable, and the total sum of your losses. Don’t let the insurance company determine the value of your case. Let our lawyers go to work for you to fight for the maximum compensation possible based on your case.