Helping you get compensated for
Abrishamcar Law Group, APC provides legal counsel to families who demand reparations for their loved one’s avoidable death. We will use the full extent of the legal system to ensure those responsible are held accountable for their actions and tasked with compensating the affected parties.
What Is A Wrongful Death Case?
A wrongful death case is a legal action brought by the surviving family members of a person who has died due to the negligence or wrongdoing of another person or entity. The purpose of a wrongful death lawsuit is to seek compensation for the damages the family has suffered due to the death of their loved one. This may include financial damages, such as lost wages and medical expenses, as well as non-economic damages, such as loss of companionship and emotional distress.
Wrongful death cases can be brought in civil court, and they are separate from any criminal charges that may be filed in connection with the death. In a wrongful death case, the surviving family members must prove that the defendant’s negligence or wrongdoing caused the death of their loved one and that they have suffered damages as a result. If the case is successful, the court may award damages to the family to help compensate them for their losses.
Many different situations can give rise to a wrongful death case. Some common examples include:
1. Motor vehicle accidents: If a person is killed in a car accident caused by another driver’s negligence, the surviving family members may be able to bring a wrongful death case against the driver.
2. Medical malpractice: If a person dies due to a healthcare provider’s negligent or reckless actions, the surviving family members may have a wrongful death case against the provider.
3. Workplace accidents: If a person is killed on the job due to the negligence of an employer or coworker, the surviving family members may be able to bring a wrongful death case against the employer.
4. Defective products: If a person is killed due to a defect in a product they were using, the surviving family members may be able to bring a wrongful death case against the manufacturer or seller of the product.
5. Premises liability: If a person is killed due to a dangerous condition on someone else’s property, the surviving family members may be able to bring a wrongful death case against the property owner.
These are just a few examples of situations that can give rise to a wrongful death case. It is important to note that each case is unique, and the specific circumstances of the death will determine whether a wrongful death claim is appropriate.
Helping Ease Families’ Burdens: How can a Personal Injury Attorney Help In A Wrongful Death Case?
Our personal injury attorneys at Abrishamcar Law can help in a wrongful death case by representing the surviving family members in their legal action against the person or entity responsible for the death of their loved one. Our attorneys will help the family understand their legal rights and options and can provide guidance on the best course of action to take to seek compensation for their losses.
We will investigate the circumstances of the death and gather evidence to support the family’s claim. This may include obtaining medical records, eyewitness testimony, and other documentation to establish that the defendant’s negligence or wrongdoing caused the death. Our attorneys will also negotiate with the defendant and their insurance company to try to reach a settlement that adequately compensates the family for their losses. If a settlement cannot be reached, we will represent the family in court to argue their case and seek a favorable judgment. We will help the family navigate the complex legal process and fight to hold the responsible parties accountable for their actions.
We are here to help if you have lost a loved one due to the negligence of another. Although no monetary compensation can take away the pain of losing a loved one, the goal is to ease at least some of the burdens you may face moving forward.