Understanding the Wrongful Death law

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Understanding the Wrongful Death law

The wrongful death law is generally one which is used when a loved one has died as the result of negligence or carelessness on the part of another.

Though each state is different, there are a number of factors that are the same throughout the country regarding what constitutes a wrongful death or allows for a wrongful death claim.

The death must have been caused in whole or in part by the defendant. This will have to be proven in a court of law and there are many Attorneys familiar with the wrongful death law available to discuss your case with.

The defendant has also got to be negligent or liable for the victim’s death. Often times you will be dealing with an insurance company who represents the defendant and they will have many resources to fight your case so it is important that you find the right Attorney who understands and is familiar with the wrongful death law.

There has also got to be a surviving spouse, children or dependents to file a wrongful death claim.

Also there must be monetary damages that have resulted from the victim’s death, such as medical bills or loss of family wages, which will be a part of what the jury is asked to award when a lawsuit involves the wrongful death law.

If you feel you may meet the criteria for the wrongful death law it is important you seek the advice of an Attorney.



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