Wrongful Death Cases

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The longer you wait, the colder the investigation trail gets because the evidence is misplaced and destroyed. Memories fade, and important details simply drop out of sight.

Insurance companies will be doing their own investigation of the incident. They do this for good reason…the investigation trail goes cold.

Don’t put yourself or your attorneys at a disadvantage by waiting! Call 574.400.5318.

What is wrongful death?

Wrongful death cases are creatures of Indiana statutes. In general, they can be described as legal actions that a decedent’s estate may bring for the benefit of dependents, or other qualified individual to recover compensation for the death of their loved one because of someone else’s negligent or wrongful actions.

If you have experienced the sudden loss of a loved one, please accept our condolences. You likely have many questions, concerns, and emotional stress at this time. No one expects to be in this unfortunate circumstance.

Wrongful death claims are challenging and complex cases. They require legal expertise, compassion, and sensitivity from attorneys as they work with claimants who are often surviving family members experiencing the tremendous grief that comes with losing a loved one.

If you have lost a family member in an accident, abuse, or neglect situation, you need to speak with an attorney who can compassionately and objectively evaluate the facts of your case and help you decide whether to file a wrongful death claim.

Wrongful death claims include death by:

  • Automobile accidents, including DUI incidents
  • Pedestrian accidents
  • Bicycle accidents
  • Slips and falls
  • Drownings
  • Accidental electrocution
  • Elder abuse and neglect
  • Nursing home neglect or abuse
  • Child abuse and neglect
  • Assault and battery
  • Medical malpractice
  • Death caused by a defective product

Indiana Statute of Limitation

The Indiana statute of limitations is spelled out at Indiana Code section 34-11-2-4. The statute sets a two-year deadline for the filing of all lawsuits seeking a legal remedy for an “injury to a person or character.” There are few exceptions, so you must contact our experienced personal injury attorneys to get a free case evaluation as soon as possible.

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You should focus on healing. When we accept your case, we focus on our clients getting the legal representation and compensation they deserve. You owe nothing unless we win! Call 574.400.5318 now!

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