Matheson Wolf

Wrongful Death

Have you lost a loved one in a wrongful death?

Losing a loved one is both heartbreaking and overwhelming. Contact us immediately.  We can help.

Handling the many facets of a wrongful death claim is a very complicated process that requires a skilled attorney with relevant experience.  The attorneys at Matheson | Wolf have the necessary experience to secure the maximum recovery for your loss, such as: investigation, family and probate, notice requirements, wrongful death statute, elements of proof and recovery, and much more.

We know very well the pain of losing family, and when you feel ready, we would be honored to help you. The unexpected death of a loved one is emotionally traumatic event.  Every year, thousands of families across the country lose a loved one in unfortunate events.  Our work is performed with the highest standards of professionalism and sensitivity to the grieving family.  We help people understand and recover from unfortunate events and have a history of achieving the maximum recovery limits for our clients.

When someone loses a loved one, a surviving family member may bring a wrongful death claim.  Although criminal charges may be filed by the government, only a wrongful death action filed in civil court will obtain the maximum recovery for your loss (even if the criminal case is unsuccessful).  These civil lawsuits recover medical expenses, lost wages, future lifetime earnings, stress to the surviving family, and many other related costs.

One or more insurance policies usually exist to justly compensate for unfortunate accidents.  Individuals and businesses are required to pay premiums into the national insurance network for precisely this reason.  It is meant to help you through a wrongful death – the most difficult of life situations.  We pay the insurance industry for exactly this reason!

A wrongful death lawsuit will not replace your loved one, but it will ensure that your relative or loved one did not die in vain if someone could have prevented their death and failed to do so. 

If you file a wrongful death lawsuit after your loved one is negligently killed in an accident, you may receive compensation for: 

 

  • Lost income and earning capacity
  • Pain and suffering
  • Mental anguish and suffering
  • Medical costs
  • Funeral and burial expenses
  • and the loss of economic and emotional support, services, protection, care, assistance, society, companionship, comfort, guidance, counsel, advice of your loved one

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