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Wrongful Death

Losing a loved one is always an emotional challenge, but losing a loved one significantly earlier than their life expectancy due to another person’s negligence or recklessness, will likely be one of the most devastating moments in your life. Although nothing will ease your pain and suffering, the wrongdoer should be held accountable for their actions and you should be compensated for your pain and suffering.

A wrongful death occurs when one person dies as the result of another person acting negligently, recklessly, intentionally, or with misconduct and commits a wrongful act, neglect, or default.

Wrongful death legal claims can only be filed by specific parties. Those limited parties include the deceased person’s surviving spouse, surviving child, surviving parent or guardian, or the personal representative of a deceased person’s spouse, child, parent, guardian, or estate. In the event the deceased person is a child, either of the child’s parents or their legal guardian may file a claim.

A claim for wrongful death is brought against the responsible party or parties in order to financially compensate surviving family members for their loss, as well as, any resulting harm they have suffered. Settlements generally range from hundreds of thousands of dollars to tens of millions of dollars, depending on the circumstances.

In part, the damages awarded by a jury for a wrongful death claim may include the following:

  • Pain and Mental Suffering
  • Loss of Past and Future Income by the Deceased
  • Funeral and Burial Expenses
  • Medical Care and Services for the Injuries that Resulted in the Deceased’s Death
  • Loss of Love
  • Loss of Affection
  • Loss of Companionship
  • Loss of Care
  • Loss of Protection
  • Loss of Guidance
  • Loss of Past and Future Services by the Deceased
  • Grief
  • Sorrow
  • Anguish
  • Stress
  • Shock
  • Punitive Damages

As an Arizona attorney with more than 14 years of legal experience, Adam Rack is exceptionally qualified to help your family in the event that you’ve lost a loved one as a result of another person acting negligently, recklessly, intentionally, or with misconduct.

 

We Understand The Stakes, We Will Fight For You

You deserve to be compensated for the pain and suffering caused by an untimely death of a loved one. If a loved one has endured a wrongful death, it is imperative that you retain the services of an experienced personal injury lawyer to represent you and quickly begin the investigative process.

We will pursue your claim by all legal means possible. We will fight to secure justice and hold the responsible party accountable. We will use the tools and resources at our disposal to ensure that you are properly compensated for your medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering.

Hiring the right lawyer can make a significant difference in your recovery. With more than 14 years of legal experience, Adam Rack knows how to fight for every dollar of compensation that you are entitled to. When it comes to yourself or a loved one, don’t settle for less!

 

Call Today For A FREE Consultation

We accept personal injury cases on a contingency basis, which means we only collect attorney fees if we secure compensation for you. To learn more and discuss your case with a highly skilled personal injury lawyer, please contact us online or call 855-RACK-LAW (855-722-5529).

 

Time Is Of The Essence!!!

Arizona’s statute of limitations places restrictions on how long a person has to file a lawsuit after they are injured. This is to prevent people from trying to make a claim for an injury they received after a certain period of time. Once the statute of limitations has expired, a person can no longer file a claim or a lawsuit. This Arizona statute has prevented countless injured individuals from collecting millions of dollars that they were lawfully entitled to. Don’t make the same mistake.

Time is of the essence. It is imperative to contact Rack Law Group online or call 855-RACK-LAW (855-722-5529) before it is too late!