You need compensation for:
- Funeral and burial expenses
- Loss of benefits
- Loss of care, comfort and support
- Loss of current and future earnings
- Loss of expected inheritance
- Medical bills
How do Wrongful Death cases work?
When filing a wrongful death lawsuit, the plaintiff must prove the death was caused by the responsible party. The details often including autopsies as part of the discovery process. If an autopsy can benefit your case, and one was not legally required, we will arrange for a private autopsy on your behalf.
The responsible party’s insurance company rarely explains all of your legal rights because it wants to pay you as little as possible. The insurance company may attempt to minimize your relationship with your deceased family member, or they’ll even claim that you rarely saw or lived far away from each other. The allegation; the loss has little financial impact and does not necessitate compensation.
We will help you maximize your wrongful death settlement.
The content of this website is for informational purposes only; users should not rely on the content as advice but should consult a lawyer about their unique legal issues. We represent clients throughout Columbus: Galloway, Lincoln Village, West Jefferson, Grandview Heights, Grove City, Hilliard, Darbydale, and Urbancrest in the areas of Probate & Estate Administration, Estate Planning, Wills & Trusts, and Injury Law.