Wrongful Death Claims in California
Compensation for Fatal Accidents
Not all accidents result in personal injury claims. Some cases are much
more serious and result in the loss of a life. Nothing can truly compensate
for the death of a loved one, but even so, the person responsible for
causing the terrible accident should be held accountable for their negligence.
In the state of California, the surviving family and dependents of a wrongful
death victim has the ability to file a claim for compensation within two
years of the date of the accident. Such claims can request compensation
for economic and noneconomic damages, such as funeral and burial costs,
property damage, loss of income, pain and suffering, grief counseling
costs, and loss of consortium.
Some of these damages are easily calculated through bills and bank statements.
Noneconomic damages are not so simple, however, which is why you will
need to retain the counsel and representation of a skilled San Bernardino
injury lawyer. Wrongful death claims are complex and, without proper representation,
you may be denied fair compensation for your loss. Only an attorney with
experience in wrongful death cases will be able to fight for a full recovery of all
your present and ongoing damages.
Contact a San Bernardino Wrongful Death Attorney
As the family member of someone who was killed in an accident, you should
not hesitate to fight for justice.
The Law Offices of Vetchtein & Associates, a Professional Law Corporation, holds a membership with the American
Association for Justice (AAJ) and the American Bar Association, as well
as the State Bar of California. By hiring the firm, your attorney will
have the aggression and experience to
win your case.
Contact the firm today or complete the
free online case evaluation form for capable personal injury representation.