Families of wrongful death cases suffer from huge financial and emotional losses. A wrongful death lawyer can guide them about their rights and fight their case.
The unexpected death of a loved one can be devastating and hard to accept. The emotional turmoil one goes through is unbearable; it is much difficult to accept when you know someone else is responsible for your loss. In California, the family members of a deceased person can file a ‘wrongful death lawsuit’, if they have lost their dear ones as a result of someone else’s wrongful behavior or negligence. An experienced wrongful death lawyer can guide you and explain to the family their rights and help them seek justice for their loss.
The pain and grief of losing a dear one is heartbreaking. The Khashan Law Firm is a wrongful death law firm who has been helping clients to receive adequate compensation and jury verdicts from the wrongful parties.
Families of wrongful death cases suffer from huge financial losses, both immediately because of the hospitalization or funeral costs and in the future, as they have lost future earnings of the deceased. More than the financial losses, the emotional trauma and loss are unbearable. The family members are shattered and are in no state of mind to run pillar to post for their settlements. They may not be able to fight for their rights and get their compensation, as they may not be aware of the state laws and other legalities involved. An experienced wrongful death lawyer can explain them their rights and can file a wrongful death lawsuit on the family’s behalf. They can pursue justice for the family and the deceased in court.
Is there a statue of limitations on a wrongful death suit?
Since the stakes of a wrongful death claim are very high, it is important that the family hire the best wrongful death lawyer which specializes in such cases to represent their case.
Wrongful Death Related Questions and Answers
- The personal representative of the victim’s estate, or his or her successor
- The parents or siblings of the victim if no spouse or children
- The surviving spouse or domestic partner;
- The children of the victim;
- In limited circumstances, other members of the family who were financially dependent on the victim.
- Cost of Funeral and burial expenses
- Loss of financial support, loss of future income and wages
- Loss of companionship, comfort, protection, love, care
- Loss of help in household services like cleaning, landscaping, cooking, taking care of children, and other everyday tasks etc.
- Loss of a parental guidance and care for the children