The death of a family member is a difficult and painful experience. When that loss is caused by the wrongful conduct of another person or business and did not have to happen, it is a tragedy that deeply and permanently affects the lives of the spouse, children, and other family members of the deceased. The law protects those family members and provides a means for compensation for the losses, injuries, and damages suffered as a result of the wrongful death of a family member.
If you have experienced the loss of a family member as a result of the wrongful conduct of another person, you are entitled to receive full and fair compensation for all of the losses and damages you have suffered in the past and will suffer in the future. While you mourn and grieve your loss, those responsible for your harm will already be working to prevent you from getting full and fair compensation. Insurance companies will work hard to protect the wrongdoer and will try to “settle” your claim “too soon and for too little.” You need someone to protect you and fight for justice for you.
That is what we do. We find, protect, and enforce the truth to preserve and protect you and your rights. We know the tricks and tactics that will be used against you by the persons who caused the wrongful death of your close family member, their insurance companies, and their lawyers, and we will fight against them for you.
All of our wrongful death matters are handled on a contingency fee basis. That means we do not get paid unless there is a recovery from the person or entity responsible for your harm!
If your family member has died from the wrongful conduct of another, contact Workman Law, APC today and let us start working for you. Email us or call Workman Law, APC at (619) 501-0808 to set up your FREE initial consultation.