Wrongful Death Cases
Death from any negligent or wrongful cause might be actionable in court and result in compensation to survivors. This could include payment for your loved one’s pain and suffering and also the pain of your loss.
Kinds of deaths. We often think of vehicle accidents when we think of negligence deaths, but such tragedies also take place in nursing home falls, work-place deaths, medical malpractice, factories, swimming pools, police actions – almost every situation where we work, live, and play.
Time limits: Wrongful death claims generally must be filed within three years of the death. However, Statutes of Limitations differ from one cause of death to another. See us immediately; don’t lose your claim by letting the clock run out.
Beneficiaries: Who might receive proceeds of such a lawsuit? Literally, dozens, including the deceased person’s spouse, children, descendants, parents, grandparents, brothers and sisters. Anyone can make a claim.
Cost: There usually is no direct cost to our clients. We foot all the bills, all the costs of litigation, and are paid only upon a win for you.
Walking with you: Should the worst news any family member could receive hit you, call us. We’ll help you through the entire process – dealing with paramedics, police, hospitals, insurance companies, and courts.
One Number: 231-725-4200. Mike Walsh, Lawyer. firstname.lastname@example.org.