Franklin County Wrongful Death Attorneys
A wrongful death is when someone is killed by a negligent or reckless act by another. The family of someone tragically killed in a accident may be able to pursue financial compensation for their loss. Pursing compensation for the loss of a loved one can be a complicated process and it often requires the knowledge and skill of an experienced Franklin County accident lawyer.
Who May File a Wrongful Death Claim in Franklin County
A wrongful death claim is a civil lawsuit that may be filed by a victim’s family to hold an at-fault party liable for a fatal accident. People who may file a claim include:
- The victim’s spouse
- The victim’s child
- The victim’s parent – if the victim was a child or the parent was financially dependant on the victim.
- Other minors – if they lived with the victim and were provided financial support by the victim.
Damages That May Be Covered by a Wrongful Death Claim
A wrongful death claim may result in payment for medical expenses, funeral costs, lost future income, and lost benefits like health insurance. Some cases may result in financial compensation for non-financial losses like physical pain and mental anguish.
Our Franklin County wrongful death lawyers understand the emotional and financial burdens a loss in the family can cause. We help our clients receive fair compensation for the tragic losses they have suffered. If you have lost a loved one as the result of someone else’s negligence, please contact our law offices for a free and comprehensive consultation.
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