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.
A preventable death is a tragedy to a family unlike anything else and while nothing can undo that tragedy, a wrongful death lawsuit can help you recover some of the monetary losses caused by the death and hold the person or company whose negligence or carelessness caused the death responsible. Read More
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