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Loss of a loved one is one of the toughest situations we will face and is hard cope with especially if the loss occurs due the fault of another. This is called a Wrongful Death. Wrongful Death suits are intended to bring monetary relief to family members who have experienced emotional or financial injury as a result of a family member’s death.
Let the Olson Law team work for you and your family. We know how hard it is to get thru stressful times like these. We will fight to hold the responsible parties accountable to ease the pain.
In all matters involving wrongful death, it is essential that measures be taken promptly to preserve evidence, investigate the incident, and file a lawsuit prior to the statute of limitations runs out. Our team is always ready to do whatever it takes to ensure you're getting the best care for your situation.
Unfortunately, accidents can happen anywhere. Most of the time, injuries aren't serious but in some cases, wrongful death can occur. If a loved one was killed through the negligence of another party, it's time to seek the settlement you deserve.
Don't let a wrongful death hurt your family. Fight today for the settlement you deserve!
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Direct expenses—medical bills and funeral costs
Loss of benefits—what the deceased could have received in pension/retirement benefits had they lived
Loss of future earnings—what the deceased would have earned in salary if he or she had lived
Loss of companionship—what the person who died would have emotionally provided to a relationship, and the mental pain and suffering resulting from the decedent’s death
Punitive damages—the amount the defendant should be assessed for his or her action resulting in the victim’s death
If a loved one has been a victim of wrongful death, our team to speak to an experienced attorney to determine if you have a valid claim. If you do, you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries and your lawsuit must be filed before the statue of limitations expires.
The initial consultation is free of charge. If we agree to accept your case, we work on a contingent fee basis, so we are paid only if you win a monetary award or recover funds.