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Wrongful Death

Wrongful Death Accidents: Obtaining Justice thorough Your Grief

Having a loved one die is devastating. Having a loved one die under circumstances that were preventable is tragic. Silver Law Firm is committed to treating your grief with respect while tirelessly pursuing economic redress from those responsible.

There are a number of circumstances under which it’s possible to bring a wrongful death suit. For example, your loved one’s death could have resulted from the negligence of a medical practitioner or medical facility. They may have died from a workplace accident, in which case their employer could be liable. They might have been hit by a drunk driver or a truck driver who had spent too many hours on the road. Perhaps their death came about as the result of a defective drug or product, in which case the manufacturer can be culpable.

Silver Law Firm can’t bring your loved one back, but we can make sure you receive the compensation to which you’re entitled. That can include funeral costs, medical expenses, future earnings, and pain and suffering. We can sue for both the actual costs your family incurred, as well as punitive damages for the other party’s’ negligence.

Even when it feels like grief is swallowing you whole, it’s important to move forward on the legal front. California has a two-year limit for filing wrongful death suits. Please call us today and we’ll explain how we can help.

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