Your Wrongful Death Claim Questions Answered

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When an accident results due to someone’s negligence and a loved one dies as a result, family members have the right to file what is called a “wrongful death” claim against the negligent party. Wrongful death claims are complicated. Therefore, if you are thinking of filing a lawsuit for a loved one’s death, you should…

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Washington State Wrongful Death Settlements

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$2.5 Million For Family Of Teenager Killed In Jet-Ski Collision Settlement Amount: $2,500,000 Wrongful Death Recreational Vehicle Accident Zac Springer’s mother contacted Brett McCandlis Brown & Conner attorney Dean Brett to seek a second opinion after her initial lawyer advised that the claim was not worth pursuing. Since her son Zac had died in a…

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6 of the Most Controversial Wrongful Death Cases in History

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Wrongful deaths are tragedies that often could have been prevented. Whether it was an act of negligence, recklessness, or purposeful actions, controversy tends to surround these cases. Six wrongful death cases in history were the center of attention for media outlets because of not only how the death occurred, but also because of the high-value…

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What Are Lost Services of a Loved One?

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After the death of a loved one, family members are left dealing with an aftermath that includes the absence of services their loved one provided to them or their minor children. These services are not professional, but instead are part of the family structure. The services would include income, the loved one’s help in raising…

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Can You Sue a Daycare for a Wrongful Death?

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Washington State’s Compassionate Wrongful Death Attorneys You see these tragedies on the news and think it could never happen to your family. After all, you have carefully screened your daycare options. You picked one that was certified, had a positive record, and one that you had every reason to trust. You might have even used…

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Time Limits and “Discovery Rules” in a WA Wrongful Death Case

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Losing a loved one is shocking and heartbreaking. Learning that your loved one’s unexpected death could have been prevented can make matters even worse. When the loss was caused by the negligence of someone else, whether from a motor vehicle accident, workplace accident, or medical malpractice, you may turn to the law for help. Family…

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Can You Sue for a Wrongful Death from HIV?

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HIV

Wrongful Death Attorneys Helping Families of Loved Ones throughout Washington HIV is a deadly immune system disease that affects millions each year. In fact, by the end of 2015, it was estimated that 36.7 million people were living with HIV in the world and 2.1 million were newly infected. Estimates say that 240 people will…

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State versus Federal Court for a Wrongful Death Claim

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Wrongful Death Attorneys Explain the Importanct of Choosing the Right Court to File a Claim When one thinks of a personal injury case or wrongful death claim, they think of a state court. However, the opposing party or the plaintiff may attempt to move the case to federal court. In this instance, it is typically…

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