If your loved one was killed and you think someone should be held accountable, then you need to speak to an attorney. You can file a wrongful death lawsuit for a shooting, a car accident, a truck accident, an act of medical malpractice, a workplace accident, or any act that caused your loved one to lose their life. You may also be able to sue the property owner for negligent security depending on where and how your loved one was killed. Attorney Williams is experienced, knowledgeable and he has successfully recovered money for family members of victims in the past. Give him a call and let him tell you how he can take care of your family as well.
“Mr. Williams fought for my family and took care of us like we were his own family when my brother was killed. He actually cared about us and got us the settlement we wanted. This man is a blessing and I recommend him and will never use another lawyer.”
– Key’Lasha T.
Only certain people, “survivors,” can recover damages in a wrongful death case. The deceased’s surviving spouse, the deceased’s minor children, and the parents of a deceased minor child are all considered “survivors.” Even if you don’t fall in this category, you should still speak to an attorney because you may be able to recover damages under a different cause of action.
When determining the amount of damages to award in a case, courts will consider the relationship between the survivor and the deceased, the amount of the deceased’s net income available to the survivor, the replacement value of the deceased’s services, and the life expectancy of all parties.
If you lost a loved one and you want to take legal action, or if someone close to you lost their life and you know what happened was wrong, give Attorney Williams a call today. The consultation is free.