Wrongful Death Lawsuit

Coping with the loss of a loved one is always difficult. When the loss occurred as a result of negligence or a wrongful act by someone else, the pain can be that much more devastating as well as lead to grievous losses incurred by the surviving family members. If your loved one was the victim of a harmful act on behalf of the negligence of someone else that led to his or her death, you may be entitled to compensation for the damages.

Expedited Case Evaluation

Important Note: Once you have completed the below form, please visit the link that is sent to your email after submission. By clicking this link, you will confirm your details and finalize the case intake process. Having your government-issued ID and the deceased’s death certificate on-hand when you open the confirmation email link can speed up the process. While our staff typically responds to Requesters within 30-minutes of their form submission, please allow up to 24-hours for a response (7-days per week). We sincerely apologize for your loss. We are committed to leveraging our extensive end-of-life experience to provide guidance, support and assistance to your family during this difficult period.

Frequently Asked Questions

Qualifying claims

Intentional Killings.

Medical Malpractice.

Automobile Accidents.

And More.

Recognized Damages

Loss of the decedent’s wages and benefits.

Medical and other health care expenses .

Funeral service and memorialization costs and expenses.

Compensation for the decedent’s pain and suffering.

Expenses related to the administration of the estate.

Loss of companionship due to the death of the decedent.

& More.

Who Can File a Wrongful Death Lawsuit?

Immediate family members of the decedent.

Life partners and financial dependents.

In some states, distant family members of the decedent such as siblings or grandparents may bring a wrongful death lawsuit.

In some states, other people who have suffered financial losses due to the death of decedent despite having no direct relation to the decedent may be able to file a wrongful death claim.

How are Wrongful Deaths Paid Out?

When a wrongful death lawsuit is settled, the at-fault party’s insurers will send a check for the full value of the settlement to your lawyer. Your attorney will then deduct their fees and other legal costs, then they will send a check for the rest to the survivors of the deceased as per the settlement agreement.