The death of a loved one can be heart-wrenching and life-changing. Breadwinners, gone to soon can leave a huge emotional and financial gap in a family, and children who die at birth can change family dynamics. Death, most people think, is unavoidable and one of those things that is left to chance. This fatalistic view isn’t one that the law shares, especially if there are question marks when it comes to the way a person died. Wrongful death is termed as the willful or negligent actions of a person causing the demise of another. This is something that can be grounds for a lawsuit within reason.
To begin with, personal injury law provides you with the opportunity to receive just compensation so you can resume a somewhat normal life. Funeral costs can eat into your savings, and your having to bear financial responsibilities on your own isn’t something that you should do if someone else is to blame for your loved one’s death. Suing for damages will give you a sizeable amount of money that will compensate you for both economic and non-economic losses such as pain and suffering, and loss of companionship.
The second reason why you should talk to a wrongful death attorney is to make sure that nobody else has to suffer your fate. Punitive damages awarded to you when a hospital’s negligence will shake the hospital’s management and make their processes and systems thorough and safe. This will also send a message to other organizations and individuals in the community regarding negligence on the road, as healthcare workers or even daycare workers about the dangers of not doing their job in the proper manner.
The other reason why you should file a wrongful death lawsuit is to give you and your family closure. Getting even with the other party by hitting them where it hurts them the most (their pockets) will resolve some of the resentment and bitterness you may be living with after the death of a loved one.
Suing for wrongful death is your inalienable right and should be as natural as the rain. If you lost a loved one due to someone else’s careless actions, please get in touch with us at 877-561-3004 for your free consultation. We work on a contingency fee basis, so you only pay us when we win your case for you. Thanks, and we look forward to hearing from you.