Wrongful Death of a Spouse in Spokane

Wrongful Death Lawyers Serving Washington State

If you are grieving the loss of a spouse, you are likely facing one of the most challenging times in your life. Our team understands the emotional turmoil you must be experiencing. If your spouse’s death was caused by someone else’s negligence or wrongdoing, we are here to help you pursue justice and monetary support.

Get in touch with our compassionate wrongful death attorneys at Sweetser Law Office to discuss your case in a free case review. Call (509) 444-4444 today!

If your spouse was the victim of wrongful death, you are protected by Washington law to bring an action against the responsible party. Insurance companies may try to shift blame onto the victim, but this is so often an attempt to save money instead of supporting your suffering family. Enlist our help to ensure that your rights are upheld and not brushed away.

You may feel that filing a claim is unnecessary and unhelpful at this time, as no amount of money could right the wrong that has occurred. However, you should not need to carry significant monetary burdens on top of all the grief. Furthermore, state law provides this option of filing a claim for the purpose of securing justice on behalf of your family.

Through a wrongful death claim, you may be entitled to receive compensation for the following:

  • Loss of income the spouse had provided for the household
  • Funeral and burial expenses
  • A child’s loss of a parental figure
  • Emotional pain and suffering due to losing your spouse

Our qualified Spokane attorneys have been representing individuals with their wrongful death claims for more than 35 years. If you reach out to us, we will review your case for free. Also keep in mind that we will not charge you any out-of-pocket litigation costs, and we won’t pay you for our services unless we secure a victory in court.

If you are dealing with the tragic death of a spouse, do not hesitate to contact us at (509) 444-4444 or use our online contact form to describe your situation.