Death Caused by Negligence is a Crime
It’s a simple truth that death is a natural part of life. However, death becomes an unnatural criminal act when a person’s life is cut short due to the negligent act or decision of another. Murder, homicide, gross negligence and unforeseen accidents are all causes of wrongful deaths.
Tragically after a wrongful death accident grieving family members and loved ones are often forced to deal with their sudden loss and costly funeral expenses and medical bills. They may also be flung into financial distress by no longer being able to pay for rent, utilities and other living expenses that were once covered by the deceased’s income.
If you lost a loved one in a wrongful death accident, contact Lerner and Rowe Injury Attorneys. Our legal support staff and Wrongful Death Attorneys are empathetic to your loss. We understand the new hardships you may face and are prepared to represent you to the fullest extent of the law.
A Lerner and Rowe Injury Attorneys’ wrongful death attorney will seek compensation for beneficiaries left behind and retribution against the person(s) responsible.
Beneficiary compensation of wrongful death victims may cover:
- Loss of future earnings.
- Loss of companionship, counsel and daily household assistance.
- Loss of educational care and services for children (child care and education expenses).
Retribution may include:
- Financial compensation to beneficiaries
- Court hearings
- Extensive jail time
Seek Legal Support from the Best Personal Injury Attorneys in Phoenix!
After you’ve lost a loved one in a wrongful death, seek the support and help offered by our Phoenix personal injury attorneys and legal support staff. You can contact us directly by calling 602-977-1900, clicking on the live chat, or through an online case review form.
Your initial consultation is free and you will not be responsible for any fees unless we win compensation for your claim. Our legal support staff and wrongful death lawyers are just one call away and can represent clients throughout the State of Phoenix.