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Have you lost a loved one in a fatal accident caused by someone else’s negligence? If so, speak with a wrongful death lawyer in Warren, Michigan, to see what your options are for justice and compensation.
One of the most difficult aspects of life is losing those we love. When we lose a loved one because of someone else’s carelessness, it’s almost unbearable. If you’re in this situation now and dealing with the aftermath of a loved one’s wrongful death, you may not know what to do or where to turn. In fact, the will to do much of anything may be beyond you, and that’s understandable.
However, your loved one is owed justice for their death at someone else’s hands, and your next steps may be the only way that justice can be secured. By filing a wrongful death claim in Warren, you can start the process of holding the responsible party accountable for their negligent actions.
Fortunately, it’s not on you alone to handle this. Speak with a Warren wrongful death lawyer with David Christensen Law to see about getting someone on your side during this difficult time and to get details about the fatal accident claim process in Michigan.
In Warren—and throughout Michigan—a wrongful death claim is warranted whenever a person’s death was caused by someone else’s wrongful act, neglect, or fault. If the person had survived, a personal injury claim would have served, but because a death is involved, the claims process is referred to instead as a wrongful death claim.
In Michigan, not everyone can file a wrongful death claim; permission to file is limited to the personal representative of your loved one’s estate. Typically, damages may only be paid out to the deceased’s spouse, children, descendants, parents, grandparents, brothers, and sisters.
If none of these individuals have survived the deceased, then whoever is named as the inheritor of the estate may receive damages. In some cases, children of the deceased’s spouse may also be entitled to wrongful death damages. Talk to a fatal accident lawyer in Warren for details regarding your specific case.
Sadly, there’s no replacing your loved one or turning back the clock and keeping their fatal accident from happening. Failing that, what we can offer is the potential to bring the responsible party to justice for what they’ve taken from you and your lost loved one.
Your legal action may also help keep this tragedy from befalling others. For example, if you lost your loved one in a Warren car crash that could have been prevented, your claim may spur new laws to be put in place that protect others from a similar fate on the roadways. For these reasons and more, a fatal accident claim may be the right move for you and your family.
At David Christensen Law, we want to do what we can to make this time in your life easier. A Warren wrongful death lawyer may be the key to moving forward after your loss. Let’s talk about your options in Warren after a wrongful death. You can reach us for a free consultation by filling out the online form below or calling us directly at 248-213-4900.