Do I have Grounds to File a Wrongful Death Claim?
When you lose a loved one in an accident, nothing can be more devastating to a family. Picking up the pieces afterward, many find that there are many financial issues that result from their loss. Sadly, the reality is that medical costs prior to death, funeral expenses and the loss of support that person provided can result in a serious financial burden for the family. As part of the immediate family of a person killed in an accident caused by someone else's negligence or harmful intentions, you may be eligible for compensation for your losses. Spouses, siblings, parents and children are entitled to file wrongful death claims after having lost a loved one.
Many different types of circumstances can result in a wrongful death situation. Car accidents, work-related accidents or accidents occurring at someone else's premises may all qualify if
negligence or harmful intent occurred. If you believe you may be eligible to file a
personal injury claim to pursue justice on behalf of your loved one, it is imperative that you speak with a knowledgeable attorney who can assess your situation and determine your legal options.
Aggressive and Determine Advocacy for Victims' Families
Suffering from the loss of a loved one is a tragedy that no amount of money can replace. But being able to recover compensation for your loss can go far towards alleviating the financial situation you may find yourself in. At the Mulvey Law Offices, we understand the difficulties you are going through and are committed to fighting for your rights to compensation against those who caused your loss. With years of experience helping our clients with wrongful death claims, you can be certain that our legal team will be effective in presenting your claim. Let our personal injury lawyer work on your behalf while you and your family begin the healing process.