What if a person dies before they are able to file a lawsuit?
In most cases, the executor of the deceased person's estate or another legally designated representative may bring a claim on their behalf. Such claims are for "wrongful death" and any damages recovered without go to the deceased person's heirs.
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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