Going through the experience of losing a loved one is almost always a difficult process. We all love our family members and it hurts to lose someone you love. People die of many different causes, but when someone acts negligently, recklessly or carelessly and their actions or their negligence leads to your loved one’s death it can be especially devastating. When someone dies of illness, for example, it is difficult. However, when someone dies purely because another person was negligent it can seem very unfair because his or her death could have been prevented.
Of course, no amount of money can bring a person’s loved one back, and money will not heal the emotional wounds. However, receiving damages can help the victim’s family members cope with their loss better because it can mean they do not have to worry about other things like financial security and paying for the bills. If you have lost someone due to a negligent act, you might want to file a wrongful death claim.
We can review your case and determine if a wrongful death did occur.
Wrongful death claims can be filed in many different situations and for many different causes of death. Some common causes of wrongful death claims include:
If you feel that your loved one’s death could have been prevented and that it was the direct or indirect cause of another person or institution’s negligent or reckless behavior, then you might have a good wrongful death case. You should not feel bad for considering a wrongful death claim. These claims exist in order to protect the families of people who are killed because someone made a poor decision that ended up costing someone else their life. If you aren’t sure you have a solid wrongful death claim then contact us for help.
As stated before, no amount of money will bring your loved one back, nor will it heal the emotional wounds that you feel. However, losing a loved one can also damage you financially, especially if that loved one was the primary earner in your home. That is another reason wrongful death claims were created. At Nickola Law, we work to get you the maximum amount of money in as little time as possible so you can move on and continue the healing process. There are several items for which you might be eligible to receive compensation, including:
Let’s face it, when you lose a loved one unexpectedly you just want to focus on recovering and getting through the emotional roller coaster. Many people don’t take advantage of their rights and fail to file a wrongful death lawsuit. At Nickola Law we understand that you just want the hurt to go away and the pain to be over. That’s why we do everything we can to be there for you not only legally, but also emotionally. If you have lost a loved one due to another person’s wrongful behavior, then get the damages you deserve to help you continue to heal.
We understand that you are already suffering and that’s why we want to help ease the burden. By holding the responsible party accountable for his or her actions it can help bring some additional peace in the healing process. If you have lost a loved one due to a wrongful death of any kind, then please contact our wrongful death lawyers at Nickola Law for help. Call us at 810-767-5420, or toll free at 866-642-5652. Click here to contact us online or by email.
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