There is nothing more difficult than losing a loved one. The tragedy is compounded when the death was preventable and due to the negligence of others. When a family loses a loved one, we know that no amount of money would be adequate to compensate for such a loss, but our team of Gray Ritter Graham wrongful death lawyers are committed to helping families seek justice and full compensation for the loss of their loved ones.
In wrongful death lawsuits, Gray Ritter Graham works to hold negligent parties responsible and obtain fair and just compensation on behalf of the victim’s surviving family members.
Wrongful Death Claims & Damages
If your loved one died due to another person’s negligence, Gray Ritter Graham will investigate your case and diligently work to obtain financial compensation for your loss.
Compensation for most wrongful death claims can cover such items as:
- Medical bills
- Funeral and burial expenses
- Lost wages
- Lost benefits
- Lost support
Furthermore, when a family member dies in a preventable accident, the survivors may suffer significant “noneconomic losses.” These include pain and suffering, loss of companionship, guidance, support, and loss of consortium.
Gray Ritter Graham can help with a wide variety of wrongful death cases such as those involving:
- Motor vehicle collisions
- Trucking accidents
- Defective dangerous products
- Medical malpractice
- Premises liability
- Workplace accidents, including explosions or toxic exposure
How Our Wrongful Death Attorneys Can Help
A loved one’s death is extremely difficult to recover from, especially when it was unexpected and caused by someone else. The family of the deceased faces the stress of trying to get things in order. Often they do not get the time they need to grieve, and holding accountable those responsible may be, understandably, a secondary concern.
Insurance companies may try to take advantage of you during this difficult time. Gray Ritter Graham protects its clients’ interests and will investigate the circumstances of your loved one’s death, retain experts, gather evidence, and conduct depositions to determine who is legally responsible.
If your family needs help pursuing a wrongful death claim, contact us today to request a free consultation about possible legal action.