When your spouse or close family member is killed in an accident, your grief can consume you. This is especially true in the days and weeks immediately after the calamity.
But gradually, other problems will come to light, such as how you will be able to manage to live without your deceased loved one’s financial contributions to your family. If your breadwinning spouse was killed in an accident, for instance, you may be struggling to keep food on the table and a roof over your head.
Coupled with the grief you’re experiencing, these economic woes can really be your undoing. You may no longer even be able to focus on solutions due to the flux of emotions you are experiencing.
We can help you at this time of great need. We can meet with you and review the facts of the case that led to your loved one’s death. We can determine who is at fault in the accident and whether they are insured.
Sadly, there is nothing we can do to bring back your loved one. But armed with this knowledge, we can help you file a wrongful death claim. The settlement or judgment that you receive in this case can help ease your economic stress and allow you to lead as full a life as possible given your enormous loss.
Some people don’t want to profit off of their loved one’s death. That is understandable, but if another person’s negligence or actions caused your spouse to lose their life, they are liable for those damages. Holding them accountable is vital and can help you greatly in the months and years ahead.