The loss of a beloved family member is a traumatic experience that we all experience at some p01oint in our lives. However, their death can be especially heartbreaking when it happens because of another person’s careless actions.
At Jeffress Law, PC., wrongful death attorneys are prepared to guide you through the process of filing a lawsuit if you suspect negligence was the main factor. Nothing soothes a devastating loss, but a claim may bring closure.
Attorneys at Jeffress Law, PC. can pursue wrongful death claims on behalf of clients in the event there is substantial evidence the loss was a result of carelessness. “Wrongful acts” fall into multiple categories, but most law practices define these circumstances as follows: negligence (such as a drunk driving accident), an intentional attack (like assault or battery), death in the course of another crime, vehicular manslaughter, manslaughter, and murder.
Most Common Types of Wrongful Death Cases
Here is a list of the most common types of wrongful death cases across the United States:
- Automobile accidents
- Medical malpractice
- Workplace accidents
- Pedestrian/Cyclist accidents
- Defective products
- Semitruck accidents
- Aviation accidents
Wrongful Death Attorneys
The unfortunate passing of a family member happens too often because of a lack of caution from another person. If you live in the Boulder, Colorado, area and suspect that the death of a close family member was wrongful, contact an attorney at Jeffress Law, PC. This law firm offers free consultations with a qualified lawyer who can discuss the process of determining whether grounds for a suit exist and what your next steps in pursuing it are.
Grief is challenging for all family members, especially with financial obligations. The Jeffress Law, PC team will assist you in your time of need and follow up on the matter for you.
If the firm determines that your deceased loved one is a victim of wrongful death, you and your family may receive compensation that will lessen the strain brought about by funerary costs and the potential loss of income, and reparations for the emotional trauma death brings. Contact the firm today for a consultation.