“We are here for you with compassion and kindness. We will support you in this dark time and fight for your family's rights through all the pain and suffering. Let’s get justice for your lost loved-one.”
Shoham Segal, Esq.
We are sorry for your loss. Losing a loved-one as a result of someone else’s negligence or wrongdoing amplifies the heartache, leaving you to question what to do next and how to move one.
We know that monetary compensation will not bring back your lost loved-one, but it may be able to protect and strengthen your family after your heavy loss.
At LVNV Legal, we understand the toll that the loss will have on your family, and we promise to represent your interests with empathy on your way to healing.
What is Wrongful Death?
A claim for wrongful death arises when a family member or partner dies as a result of the negligence or misconduct of someone else.
In these situations, those who were dependent on, or a beneficiary of, the victim may be entitled to monetary damages.
The laws concerning wrongful death lawsuits are complicated and specific. Although the mere thought of filing a death-related lawsuit understandably seems trivial during your time of grief, you should remember that wrongful death cases must be filed within a specific time period, otherwise you risk losing your right to financial compensation.
When determining how much money to award the deceased’s heirs, the court will consider…
- Loss of earnings and financial support;
- Medical, burial and funeral expenses incurred;
- The savings of the deceased;
- Loss of companionship and service;
- Mental anguish, grief and sorrow.
While no amount of money can compensate for the tragic loss of a loved-one, obtaining financial security while being comforted by the fact that the responsible parties were brought to justice can provide much-needed closure and security to you and your grieving family.
Don’t add financial and legal stress to your difficult time. Let LVNV Legal handle the legal process towards getting the financial compensation you deserve as you and your family focus on healing and strengthening.