Grappling with the sudden loss of a loved one is a long and painful process. And while no amount of money will ever compensate for the loss, attaining financially security — and holding those responsible accountable — can help.
Legally, when a person dies due to the alleged negligence or misconduct of another, surviving family members – including parents and spouses — may file a wrongful death suit.
Such a lawsuit may arise out of a number of different circumstances, among the medical malpractice, auto or airplane accident, occupational hazards or criminal behavior. Wrongful deaths can warrant financial compensation to cover a broad range of costs – including medical and funeral expenses – as well as emotional needs.
Litigating a wrongful death case is a complex process which requires vast resources, investigative techniques and considerable expertise. At CaseyGerry, we understand how devastating it can be to lose a loved one because of someone else’s negligence and have decades of experience working in this area. If you believe you have a wrongful death case, please contact CaseyGerry – we will fight for justice on your behalf.