Losing a loved one is bad enough, but when the loss is caused by negligence on the part of another person or entity, it seems even worse.
If a loved one dies a death which was caused by willful neglect or negligence, you must contact wrongful death attorneys in Tinton Falls as quickly as possible. The funeral arrangements will take time and you will need time to mourn, but there is a time limit set for filing suit and for you to get proper compensation for the loss, you must act in accordance with law and get the suit logged with the court in a timely manner.
The executor of the deceased is responsible for initiating the suit. Wrongful death cases are tried at state level; there are no federal statutes that impact wrongful death. You must contact a wrongful death attorney if any of the following was the cause of death:
A medical malpractice act that resulted in the death of the patient
A car accident that was the result of negligence on the part of the other driver
Neglect on the part of a care giving or nursing facility
Death which occurred where there was supervision such as public swimming pools or sporting events
What do wrongful death attorneys do?
The attorney will bring suit against the negligent individual or entity that was the cause of death.
The attorney will claim for retribution for the death, the retribution will be in the form of a cash award. The amount of award that wrongful death attorneys in Tinton Falls file for is that which will reimburse any costs including medical and funeral, lost wages and income and compensation for grief and emotional suffering.
It is realized that nothing can make up for the loss of a loved one, but the suit will seek damages which will allow the survivors to recover from the loss of financial support and the emotional distress. Any negligent action where death is the result can be claimed, this can be death in a car accident where there is negligence or even willful murder.
The suit alleges that had it not been for the negligence or recklessness on the defendant’s part, death would never have occurred. The family of the decedent is due compensation in the form of a cash award, it covers all aspects of the death plus the actions of the defendant. Those who are subject to compensation are the decedent’s children, spouse and parents. Contact Kreizer Law to schedule your free consultation!