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Few things are as devastating as losing your loved one in an unexpected accident or injury, much less if the incident occurred due to the negligence or misconduct of another. Within 2 years of a fatal accident, surviving families may file a wrongful death claim to pursue their deserved compensation. If your family member’s death was a result of another’s actions or lack thereof, all dependents or beneficiaries may be eligible for monetary damages.
Surviving spouses, children, and parents of minor children can fight for the following types of wrongful death damages, including:
- Economic damages, such as funeral expenses, medical bills, loss of benefits, loss of inheritance, loss of the victim’s expected earnings, etc.
- Non-economic damages such as pain and suffering, loss of companionship, loss of care or protection, loss of consortium, etc.
- Punitive damages, which punish the at-fault party for their conduct
Coping with the loss of a loved one is challenging and painful, but it can only be made easier with the financial assistance you and your family are entitled to. Holding the responsible party accountable will not erase the tragedy that has occurred, but it will help you and your family receive the closure you deserve to move on.
Seeking a Compassionate & Skilled Mobile, AL Wrongful Death Lawyer? Contact Us
At Morris, Andrews, Talmadge & Driggers, LLC, we have the expertise and tenacity to skillfully navigate this complex legal process with ease. Our attorneys are wholeheartedly dedicated to offering sound advice and creating tangible solutions when it seems there are none. No matter the nature or difficulty of your particular case, rest assured we are prepared to go the distance.
Don’t hesitate to schedule an initial case evaluation by calling (888) 694-0174 today.