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Wrongful Death Lawyers Serving Missouri and Illinois

Victims of catastrophic accidents have significant needs. Gray, Ritter & Graham works to recover the financial security that was lost when you suffered a catastrophic injury or a loved one has died. It is our job as personal injury lawyers to hold negligent parties accountable and obtain just compensation for our clients.

A lawsuit’s proceeds for catastrophic injuries can improve the quality of life for the injured person. Compensation from a wrongful death lawsuit can help take care of the surviving family members. Personal injury lawsuits can also change the behavior of the person or company that caused the catastrophic injury or wrongful death, thereby, preventing future similar accidents.

The first priority of the lawyers and staff at Gray, Ritter & Graham in St. Louis is our clients. We work for people who have been severely injured and for the families of wrongful death victims. Our team of attorneys represents clients in Missouri, Illinois, and the surrounding areas. Contact us now for a free case evaluation.

Catastrophic Injury and Wrongful Death Can Be Caused By…

Wrongful Death & Catastrophic Injury Damages

Catastrophic injuries affect victims and their families. Some injuries may be so severe that the individual requires constant care and attention. Home renovations, vans, wheelchairs and other special equipment to accommodate their injuries may be necessary. The cost is high for all of these remedies.

A personal injury attorney will help you seek compensation in the form of pecuniary loss, which is out-of-pocket money loss directly related to the injury and death.

Compensation can cover such items as:

  • Medical bills
  • Funeral and burial expenses
  • Lost earnings for support of a child or spouse

Furthermore, when a loved one dies in a fatal accident, the surviving family members suffer significant “noneconomic losses.” Compensation, then, may also be awarded for items such as pain and suffering and loss of companionship, guidance, and support.

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What to Do if You Believe Your Loved One Was the Victim of Wrongful Death Accident

The aftermath of a loved one’s death is extremely difficult to go through, especially when it was unexpected and caused by someone else. The family of the deceased faces the stressful situation of trying to get things in order. Oftentimes, they do not get the time they need to grieve, and holding accountable those responsible may be, understandably, a secondary concern.

But this is the most important time to be vigilant—preservation of evidence and prompt investigation are keys to the success of a wrongful death lawsuit. If you believe your loved one was the victim of a wrongful death, your first step should be to call the attorneys at Gray, Ritter & Graham.

Our team will investigate the circumstances of your loved one’s death, retain experts, gather evidence, and conduct depositions. Insurance companies may try to take advantage of you during this difficult time, but we will aggressively protect your rights.

We will work to determine why your loved one’s death occurred and who is legally responsible.

Our Lawyers Help Critically Injured People and the Families of Wrongful Death Victims

We help victims and families work to encourage safe practices and procedures by manufacturers and service providers.

The priority of every lawyer and staff member at Gray, Ritter & Graham is to obtain justice for our clients. But our work for clients also leads to changes by those who caused catastrophic injuries and wrongful death. Because of our work for clients:

  • Dangerous products have been removed from store shelves.
  • A construction company has changed the way projects are framed.
  • Hospitals have changed their policies and procedures.
  • Medical schools have changed their training.
  • Utility companies have changed markings so that planes, pilots, and passengers are not endangered.

If someone in your family has suffered a catastrophic injury or a wrongful death because of the negligence of someone else, it costs nothing to call and ask us to review your case. Contact Gray, Ritter & Graham as soon as possible.

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