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WRONGFUL DEATH

Has a loved one suffered a Wrongful Death?

A wrongful death lawsuit claims that the victim was killed because of the negligent or intentional acts of another. A defendant can be an individual, a group of individuals, or a corporate entity. We understand that the tragedy of losing a loved one is very difficult to bear and can lead to great suffering and pain. We are here to help, our team of Personal Injury Attorney’s have the reticent skill and knowledge to represent you and your loved ones in this time of great grief and mourning.

Crosland, Rapaport & Graham recognize that the loss of a family member and/or a loved one due to the actions of others is a experience which can never be compensated by any financial compensation. But we advise you to seek vindication of your loved one right and hold those who cause death responsible for their actions. Just Compensation is your right and a vindication for your loved ones.

Definition of Wrongful Death

Wrongful death is defined as the death of a person by someone who is liable but did not directly and deliberately cause the death of that individual. Usually wrongful death is characterized as the “the negligence of another leading to death”. A wrongful death claim in common law jurisdiction has been specifically made due to a loophole where a person cannot file a lawsuit if he or she is technically dead

Has a loved one suffered a Wrongful Death? Contact us today.

If your family has suffered the death of a family member due to a tragic accident then you must first mourn your loss and heal your suffering. Seeking vindication of your rights is our job. Our Attorneys are skilled and knowledgeable in defending the rights of those who have died from the negligent actions of others. We will hold liable those who caused incident including, manufactures for defective products, car and truck drivers, and employers.

If your love one has been a victim of wrongful death from an accident, we believe that you have suffered enough. We believe your rights come first, and that every individual deserves proper, adequate, skilled and aggressive representation.

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Common Causes of Preventable Fatalities in the United States:

Traffic Collisions – Truck and Motorcycle Accidents Pedestrian Accidents and bicycle accidents
Firearm Accident – or acts of intentional murder via the use of firearms Acts of violent crime – Assault and battery, sexual assault
Medical Malpractice – Including surgical errors, medication errors leading to overdose of drugs Preventable drownings
Slip and Fall accidents – and falls from high places Elder Abuse
Fires – death from sustaining severe burn injuries, smoke inhalation and carbon monoxide poisoning Workplace industrial machine accidents
Toxic substances – Asbestos, toxic mold and lead poisoning

Death in the Workplace: Work hazards due to health and safety violation pose a risk of severe injuries and death to employees. There many incidences that will actually lead to the tragic death an employee. There are individual cases where death in the workplace is caused by another individuals negligence or inaction. Putting the responsibility of the accident on that person or his corporate entity for lack of training or lack of safe work environment in a legal claim is known as wrongful death.

Compensation For A Wrongful Death Claim

You are entitled to compensations for the death of a family member or a loved one for:

Pain and suffering. Recovery of loss of earnings due to the death of a loved one
Loss of Companionship: Compensation for your loss of companionship. Include loss of consortium Compensation for financial losses including reimbursement for burial costs.
Compensating for hospital and medical care bills. Other such as age and health of the decadent, emotional loss, degree of financial dependency on the deceased individual, funeral expenses, pain and suffering.
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