Sympathetic & Compassionate Team Of Wrongful Death Lawyers

Los Angeles’s roadways are among the busiest in the world.  As such, the risk for auto accidents increases significantly. Due to the heavy population and road congestion, Los Angeles is the site for thousands of traffic fatalities each year.

It is always devastating to lose a loved one or family member. It is even more difficult when it was at the hands of the negligence of another person. The effects of such a loss will be felt for many years to come. Being informed that reckless behavior was the cause of an accident that took your loved one away from you will cause severe emotional distress to the whole family. Legal matters can be very difficult to think about after a tragedy, but time may be of the essence to secure your ability to seek the compensation that you or your family will need after the loss of a loved one. It is imperative that you act quickly.

If you have ever lost a loved one in what was thought to be a preventable accident, then it is crucial to speak with wrongful death attorney with significant experience. Often times the at-fault party may be evading responsibility. There are instances where our experience will allow us to see certain liability that may not be apparent to someone who does not practice in this area of the law. It is best to give us a call to review your case.

Who Can File a Wrongful Death Claim?

Wrongful death claims are generally required to filed by the deceased-person’s surviving spouse, domestic partner, or children. Usually, if these people do not exist, someone “entitled to the property of the descendant” can file the claim. The decedent’s parents or siblings may be able to file a wrongful death claim as well. Each case is different and unique, however. Call today to receive a free consultation and retain us for no money out of pocket to help you navigate your claim or lawsuit.