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Wrongful Death

When someone is killed due to the negligence or wrongful conduct of another person, the victim is not only robbed of his or her life, but a family is robbed of a cherished loved one. This is particularly devastating when that loved one is the main breadwinner and the family’s ability to survive financially is put in jeopardy. A wrongful death claim cannot bring someone back, but it can help lighten some of the financial burden caused by their death, it can hold wrongdoers accountable, and it can ensure that the same thing does not happen to anyone else.

Wrongful death claims can be made by surviving spouses, children, parents, grandparents or siblings on behalf of the deceased.  We have handled hundreds of wrongful death cases, and have achieved record setting verdicts and settlements for our clients whose loved ones were killed by the negligent or wrongful conduct of others.

Do not hesitate.  Call us today. Our lawyers can help you understand your rights, present you with a realistic course of action, and help you move forward.



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$6 Million Settlement in Wrongful Death Case Against Fire Equipment Service Company

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