Can I file a wrongful death case for the death of my spouse or child if they were unemployed at that time they died?
Yes. The death of a loved one is a significant loss even if the person was a child, retired or a stay-at-home parent. Whether your loved one was employed at the time of death may affect the amount of the damages that you are entitled to recover, however you can still seek recovery for your loss.
While completely rebuilding your life can be difficult or even impossible in the wake of a serious injury or wrongful death, we may be able to help you recover monetary compensation from the person who caused the crash and find justice and peace for your family. This video will answer some basic questions. Contact us to see how we can help. Read More
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In early summer of 2002, I was in a severe rollover accident; I was thrown from my vehicle even though I was wearing my seatbelt. I suffered extensive bodily damage and was left as a paraplegic. I nearly died and spent over eight months in the hospit…