How to Prove a Wrongful Death Claim

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Helping Washington Families Deal with Wrongful Death Claims In wrongful death claims and other tort cases, the burden of proof falls on the plaintiff. You must prove that not only a death occurred, but that the defendant was the cause of that death. If you cannot meet the burden of proof, you will lose your…

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Three Main Types of Damages in a Washington Wrongful Death Action

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Injury Lawyers Assisting Washington Families Recoup Damages after a Wrongful Death Claim When you file a wrongful death lawsuit in the state of Washington, you are suing the responsible party for specific damages – typically, the money that will compensate for the loss of a loved one. You must have a negligent party that is…

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Can You File a Wrongful Death Claim from Food Poisoning?

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Wrongful Death Attorneys Helping Victims of Food Poisoning in Washington When you eat at a restaurant or purchase food from a supplier, you assume that the food you are consuming is safe. After all, restaurants and suppliers must go through rigorous inspections and have all employees trained in the art of food safety. While the…

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Tesla Driver Killed in a Crash while Using Auto Pilot Mode

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Washington Personal Injury Attorneys Serving Victims of Self-Driving Cars Technology for automobiles is constantly evolving. This year’s latest trend is that of self-driving vehicles – something that Google has been testing for quite some time. While the technology has not yet been fully released, there are plenty of tests going on. Tesla is one of…

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Understanding Loss of Consortium Claims in Washington

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Washington’s Loss of Consortium Attorneys The loss of consortium claim is a difficult one to understand. It is important, as a claimant, to understand whether or not you can use this claim in your wrongful death case – and, most importantly, how you must speak in your deposition to prove loss of consortium. There are…

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Five Common Mistakes When Filing a Wrongful Death Claim

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Washington’s Compassionate Wrongful Death Lawyers If you have lost a loved one as the result of someone’s negligence, you do have the right to take legal action against the person responsible. This is known as a wrongful death claim. Because you are dealing with the emotional and financial turmoil of losing a loved one, it…

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Guns and Wrongful Death Claims: Can You Sue the Gun Manufacturer?

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Washington Attorneys Serving Families of Victims of Fatalities Caused by Guns Over the past few years, there has been an increase in public shootings – especially on school grounds. If you have kept up with the development of these stories, you may have noticed that several families have filed lawsuits against gun manufacturers for the…

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What to Do When a Wrongful Death Arises from Nursing Home Neglect

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Washington Injury Lawyers Helping Loved Ones of Nursing Home Wrongful Death Cases Wrongful deaths occur when a person dies as the result of someone’s misconduct, actions or neglect. Lawsuits for a wrongful death are common with nursing home abuse and neglect cases – especially in situations where the elderly care or individual’s care was so…

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