Wrongful death compensation can help your family get back on its feet
Obtaining wrongful death compensation after the death of a loved one can serve several purposes. First and foremost, filing a wrongful death claim can help your family pay for all of the expenses associated with the death of a loved one. Wrongful death compensation can also send a message if someone was responsible for your loved one's death. That way, future deaths can be prevented since the person or entity responsible for the death will know there are serious financial consequences for their actions.
Deciding how much you should be compensated after the death of a loved one can be complicated. There are many issues to consider when dealing with a potential wrongful death case. Some people underestimate how much the death of a loved one actually cost their family. Many simply only factor in direct costs like medical treatment, property damage and funeral expenses. They do not count the loss of future earnings as well as the emotional toll a sudden death can have on a family. All of these factors need to be considered when seeking compensation for a wrongful death.
Why accountability in a wrongful death case matters
And if the death was the result of reckless decisions made by another person or a corporation, such actions need to be held accountable. Your claim is not just about your family. It's bigger than that. Your claim can send a clear, loud message that such behavior will not be tolerated. You may also help save the lives of other people in the future by preventing similar actions in the future.
Deciding whether to file a wrongful death claim may be one of the biggest decisions you ever make in your life. That's why you need an experienced Phoenix wrongful death attorney on your side. That's why you need Israel & Gerity, PLLC. We're prepared to do whatever it takes to get you the compensation you rightfully deserve. Contact us and discover what we can do for you.