Spokane Wrongful Death Attorney
Representing Grieving Families in Washington State
Coping with the death of a loved one can be one of the most trying times
in your life. It has happened to me, to you, and it happens to everyone
eventually. Loss of a life is something that we must live with, accept,
and understand. However, if a loved one has been taken suddenly and unexpectedly
as a result of someone else's negligence, acceptance will never be easy.
When a family member's death has been caused by negligence or wrongdoing,
the grieving process only intensifies. We come to the conclusion that
the carelessness of the person or company that took the life of our loved
one was pointless, avoidable, and should never have happened. Rather than
allowing them to continue making excuses or blaming others, there is a
need for responsibility. In these circumstances, a
wrongful death lawsuit might be necessary to receive the closure and financial compensation
entitled to you and your family. Our Spokane wrongful death lawyers can
help you file a claim and pursue justice from the responsiblible party.
After a person is killed due the misconduct of another, those who were
dependent on the deceased have the
right to damages. While no amount of money can ever compensate for the loss of a loved
one, financial security in the future and the relief that comes from responsible
parties being brought to justice can provide a sense of closure and security
to surviving family members.
Supporting Surviving Family Members After The Unthinkable Happens
Sweetser Law Office, we put into practice what we hold to be true: life is precious. The life
and love of a family member is priceless. Nothing could ever prepare us
for the sudden and unexpected death of a loved one. If their death could
have been prevented, there is a need for consequences and with consequences,
a sense of closure for a family. Those responsible must be held accountable
for their actions or preventable deaths may continue.
To pursue legal action in the aftermath of a wrongful death is never easy,
especially when you are focused on your family. Our goal as Spokane wrongful
death lawyers is to take some of the burdens away by handling the legal
aspects required to protect your rights in the civil justice system, including
investigating the circumstances of your family member’s death. Taking
action can be instrumental in getting answers, holding the wrongdoer accountable,
receiving closure, and protecting the financial security of surviving
Surviving family members have the right to file a wrongful death suit and
to financial compensation for:
- Lost income or financial support to the family
- Pre-death emotional pain and suffering
- Loss of companionship, love, affection, protection, care, and moral support
- Children’s loss of a parental figure for guidance and supervision
- Funeral and burial expenses
- Property damage or medical expenses associated with the death
- Loss of significant household responsibilities
Each case is unique and requires a thorough investigation. We most often
see cases involving
severe falls and
defective products. Sweetser Law Office will consult with medical professionals, accident
reconstructionists, insurance actuaries, accountants, grief counselors
and other specialists to prepare your case for trial.
Protecting You Against Deceptive Insurance Company Tactics
Often insurance companies try to blame the victim for their death to reduce
their own financial liability. The insurance company will use their legal
departments and financial resources to argue the loss of your loved one
just wasn’t worth much. At Sweetser Law Office, our Spokane wrongful
death lawyers have the resources, network of professionals, and decades
of experience to take them on. We seek to show the full extent of the
damage, grief, and loss, so your loved one’s death is not marginalized.
No one whose death is caused by careless or reckless actions of others
should be forgotten by our justice system.
Receive the compassionate representation you deserve, backed by 30+ years
of experience. Call our Spokane firm today for a
free initial case consultation and let us fight for fair compensation.