Wrongful Death Law Firm

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If your loved one died due to another person’s negligence, then you may be owed significant compensation under California law pertaining to wrongful death cases. Our team has proven experience handling lawsuits stemming from death, which are known in California as wrongful death actions. Schedule a call with one of our experienced lawyers today by calling 949-629-4349.

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Sometimes, an act of negligence can lead to the death of another person, which requires reputable counsel. The loss of any loved one is difficult. An unexpected death, however, can be particularly traumatic. Families are not only emotionally devastated, but they may also be left with significant financial hardships. Funeral costs, medical bills, loss of income, and other costs can quickly add up.

If your friend or family member died as a result of someone else’s negligence, then you may be owed substantial compensation. Lawsuits can be pursued against individuals, corporations, and other entities. Every year, thousands of Californians pursue such lawsuits to receive compensation for the loss of life..

Our lawyers have significant experience in competently handling such lawsuits. Contact us to discover how the best way to move forward with your case. Remember: California state law has a two year statute of limitations on many cases. The sooner you request a consultation, the sooner you can receive compensation for the tragic death of a loved one.

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What Can You File For?

In California, any of the following individuals may contact a to initiate a case after a victim dies in an accident:

  • A car accident
  • A dog bite
  • A slip or fall
  • A bicycle or pedestrian accident
  • An injury caused by a malfunctioning or defective product
  • An act of medical malpractice

California's Best Wrongful Death Experts

In California, a lawyer may be called to assist after a number of different incidents. We have handled cases involving car accidents, dog bites, slips and falls, bicycle and pedestrian accidents,  medical malpractice situations, among many others, including those resulting in a death claim.

Schedule a call with one of our attorneys to begin. During our call, our lawyers will analyze your claim to determine if you have a case. Generally, if your loved one died as a result of another person’s negligence, then you may be owed substantial compensation. Not everyone is permitted to file these lawsuits. Only those who are directly affected by the death may file a lawsuit – including an immediate member of your family and surviving children or spouses.

The specific compensation varies from case to case and family member. Our team of attorneys analyze wrongful death cases to determine how much compensation may be owed for a wrongful death claim. The liable party may be responsible for covering an assortment of economic and non-economic damages to compensate for your loss, including emotional damages like loss of companionship, love, comfort, care, assistance, protection, affection, and moral support as well as the loss of enjoyment of personal relations and the decedent’s training or guidance.

Contact us to schedule a with our wrongful death attorneys today regarding how we handle lawsuits.

How We Can Help You File a Claim

The party that files a wrongful death claim must provide evidence to show that the death could have been prevented if the at-fault party had not acted in a negligent manner.

For example, a wrongful death attorney representing the family of a car accident victim might use a police accident report and at-fault driver's DUI charge to show the victim was killed by a drunk driver.


Who Can File a Lawsuit?

1. The victim's spouse or domestic partner;

2. The victim's children; or

3. If the victim had no spouse or children, any other party who would be entitled to the victim's property under California's intestate succession law. This may include his or her parents, siblings, or other dependent.

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What Damages Can be Recovered in California?

In these lawsuits, certain damages are awarded to the victim's estate and other damages are awarded to the victim's loved ones directly. With the help of a wrongful death attorney, damages awarded to the estate are then passed to the loved ones through probate.

Damages awarded to the estate may include:

  • Funeral expenses for the victim;
  • Medical bills if the victim received medical care between the accident and his or her death; and
  • The victim's lost income, including projected future income and employment benefits.

Damages awarded to loved ones may include:

  • The loss of the victim's noneconomic contributions to his or her household;
  • The loss of financial support from the victim;
  • The loss of the victim's love, companionship, and guidance.

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If you have lost a loved one in injury accident, no amount of money can replace the person you lost. You can seek compensation for the financial damages you suffered directly because of the death. To learn more about filing and pursuing a wrongful death claim or medical malpractice case in California, schedule your free legal consultation with our team of compassionate, driven lawyers today.

Wrongful death refers to the passing of a loved one caused through the negligence of another person or entity. The loss of a loved one is a traumatic and emotionally devastating event; a preventable occurrence that comes with enormous family implications. If the loss of a loved one is caused through neglect, you may be entitled to an assortment of economic and noneconomic "damages", to compensate you for this loss. Our wrongful death lawyers can help you recover compensation if you have lost a loved one in California by filing a lawsuit.

For what may you be entitled to compensation through an injury claim, though? You may recover compensation for loss of financial support, loss of gifts, funeral and burial expenses, the value of household services you otherwise would have been provided with. Contact us to discuss how we handle wrongful death cases with an attorney versed in injury actions. Our lawyers can file a claim on your behalf.

Our Team Will Determine If  You Have a Case

Aside from these material losses, you may also be entitled to emotional damages, too - such as the loss of love, companionship, comfort, care, assistance, protection, affection, moral support, as well as the loss of enjoyment of personal relations and the decedent's training or guidance, by way of a lawsuit.

These cases can arise from a wide variety of circumstances. For instance, a person may have died as a direct result of medical malpractice. Workplace exposure to dangerous chemicals may also precipitate an otherwise avoidable death. Wrongful death claims are not limited to being asserted against persons, but also to entities.

If an entity, through negligence, was responsible for a loss of life, you may be entitled to damages. It's worth clarifying, though, that these claims are considered civil claims and not criminal claims.

An attorney can help you establish whether you have a case and, if so, we can create a viable and successful legal path toward settlement. Not everyone is permitted to file a lawsuit, but a wrongful death attorney can assist you by filing a personal injury death claim or medical malpractice claim.

The Affects of a Wrongful Death and How We Can Help

Directly affected persons - such as the deceased person's spouse, domestic partner and surviving children - are entitled to file such a lawsuit. Other affected persons, such as parents and stepchildren, may also - depending on the circumstances - be permitted to file a lawsuit with experienced legal counsel.

If you've experienced a loss one such as a member of your family, you may be suffering from the following; but our our lawyers can help.

  • Loss of Love, Companionship, Comfort & Care
  • Loss of Financial Support
  • Loss of Emotional Support
  • Funeral Costs
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How Much Time Do You Have to File a Lawsuit Claim?

Again, the circumstances of the case dictate who can file a lawsuit, including a member of your family. However, the lawsuit itself must be filed within reasonable time. For example, in California, a lawsuit must be filed within 2 years from the date of the death of the decedent. If you or your family members believe you may be entitled to compensation, it's best to approach an attorney to discuss your case - a legal expert fluent in the legal language of these specific cases.

In summary, the loss of life is an emotionally and financially devastating event. As it is caused through the negligence of a person or entity, you may be entitled to a wide variety of economic and noneconomic damages. Contact our wrongful death lawyers today at (949) 629‒4349 for a call. We will discuss your case with you and your family members and determine a viable course of legal action, including filing a lawsuit.

How Can We Help?

However, only directly affected persons may file a lawsuit (which, in California, is defined by statute). Our lawyers have helped clients throughout California recover compensation for their loss. Call us at the number below, or fill out our online form, and one of our lawyers will get back to you to discuss your case.

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