Fort Dodge Lawyers Handling Wrongful Death Cases
Nothing can bring your loved one back after a fatal accident. Financial support can help you find some stability as you cope with your loss.
At the law firm of Johnson, Mulholland, Cochrane, Cochrane, Yung & Engler, P.L.C., we are dedicated personal injury advocates who are sensitive to clients’ needs. We work closely with them in the pursuit of justice in fatal accident cases.
Was Your Loved One The Victim Of A Fatal Accident?
The death of a loved one is not something that is easy to deal with. These types of situations can be even more overwhelming if the death was the result of someone else’s negligence. These cases are deemed “wrongful death” matters. This means that the death was wrongful in the sense that it would not have happened except for the careless or intentional actions of another person or party.
Our attorneys can work to file a lawsuit within the strict time frames that may exist regarding these types of claims. By getting in touch with us as soon as possible, we can determine how to move forward with your case to reach an end to the case and help you begin the closure process.
What Compensation Is Possible In Wrongful Death
It may be possible to gain compensation for the losses associated with a fatal accident. This may help you deal with the financial impact of the loss. Some types of compensation may include:
- Medical expenses incurred prior to death
- Funeral costs
- Loss of benefits
- Pain and suffering
- Mental anguish
- Loss of care and companionship
Our clients may find it difficult to consider their legal options while they are grieving the loss of a family member. However, we emphasize to them how important it is to ensure you are properly represented after the death.
Arrange A Meeting
For more information on wrongful death matters, contact a Fort Dodge wrongful death attorney online or at our firm today. We have offices in Fort Dodge and Gowrie, and we represent clients throughout North-Central and Northwest Iowa.
We can meet with you and help you understand the options you have for dealing with the many issues that may arise after the death of a loved one.