Missouri Wrongful Death Claims Attorney
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The surviving family members of a wrongful death victim face difficult times filled with challenges. Grieving the loss, making funeral arrangements and dealing with the estate can be overwhelming for surviving family members. Gray Ritter Graham, takes the additional burden of litigation off of our clients’ shoulders.
The St. Louis wrongful death attorneys of Gray Ritter Graham, hold responsible parties liable for the wrongful deaths they cause and obtain compensation for our clients. We have been helping families recover from this type of tragedy since 1946.
Missouri law is generally favorable to those seeking wrongful death compensation, recognizing that there are losses that go much deeper than financial concerns. More than just spouses and children are negatively impacted by this type of tragedy. Our lawyers help survivors seek compensation for:
Unlike some states, Missouri does not have a dollar limit, or “cap,” on most wrongful death claims. With the exception of wrongful death claims against health care providers, wrongful death claims are not limited in potential recovery. If supported by evidence, plaintiffs in wrongful death lawsuits can recover full and fair compensation for their losses.
Wrongful death can result from almost any type of scenario, including motor vehicle accidents, defective products and medical malpractice. We have a reputation for successful wrongful death litigation in Missouri. A few examples of our success include:
We also represent the families of wrongful death victims in Illinois, Arkansas and the surrounding areas. It costs nothing to call and ask us about your wrongful death case and how to make a claim for compensation. Contact us as soon as possible so that we can begin our investigation, preserve evidence and fight for your compensation.
When clients come to us, their cases involve serious personal or financial injury, or wrongful death. It costs nothing to call and ask us to review your case. Contact us as soon as possible so that we can preserve the evidence and begin our investigation.