Coping with the loss of a loved one is a difficult process in itself. If you have lost a loved one, spouse, child, or family member due to a wrongful death the anguish and heartache is unspeakable. Financial burden will follow with costs in dealing with the loss of a loved one. Contact our office to help get you the support and financial compensation you need. Hire our Los Angeles wrongful death attorney today.
A wrongful death is one caused by a negligent, careless, intentional or reckless act of another person or of a corporation.
All 50 states guarantee the right to compensation for families and children of those who are killed in a wrongful death. Claims can be filed for any type of wrongful death, regardless of the specific cause. Some common causes are:
There’s a 2-year statute of limitations in California for the surviving family members to file a wrongful death claim. So don’t delay in contacting an expert wrongful death lawyer.
When you file a wrongful death lawsuit against the negligent party, you must be able to prove:
That the death was caused by the negligence of that person; and That you will experience severe future emotional and financial hardship because of the wrongful death
You could be entitled to receive payment for a variety of factors, such as:
Receiving financial compensation for the wrongful death of a family member can ensure that the wife, husband, children or other family members reestablish their sense of financial security. And while it doesn’t heal the grief, financial security does at least help people to focus on coping with the grief and adapting to the inevitable changes that follow a sudden death in the family.
The laws regarding wrongful death cases are complex and include many areas of law. It’s important to protect your legal rights. Selecting a good wrongful death lawyer is an important decision. You should choose someone who is experienced and dedicated to working towards fair compensation for your loss. At 911 Legal Team offers a FREE CONSULTATION to look at the facts of your case and assess your situation.