Dealing with a Wrongful Death Claim and the Loss of a Loved One

If you have suffered the loss of a loved one due to another person’s negligence, you may find you will be dealing with a wrongful death claim. The Covington lawyers at the Dickman Law Office recognize that you have faced more than you need to face with the death of your loved one. Our firm takes great pride in walking with a person to get them through the wrongful death claim process, recovering the financial damages he or she is owed, and giving the family the most hope of moving forward in their lives.

You may think that you do not want to deal with the headache of filing a wrongful death claim at this point in your life. It may seem overwhelming while you are dealing with the emotions of the loss of a loved one. Wrongful deaths are especially difficult to comprehend when you feel the accident was preventable. However, recovering the monetary losses will ensure that you do not face financial devastation as well. Hiring a lawyer to advocate for you will ensure this complicated process is as seamless as possible. The attorneys at Dickman Law Office have the compassion you will want to work for you.

Wrongful Death Damages

The compensation you can file for in a wrongful death claim includes:

  • Medical expenses
  • Funeral costs
  • Lost wages
  • Loss of income
  • Loss of companionship
  • Other punitive damages

Allow the attorneys at Dickman Law Office to examine the details of your case and determine all areas you should include in your wrongful death claim.

Covington Wrongful Death Claims

The lawyers at Dickman Law Office are passionate about helping loved ones recuperate financial damages incurred through a wrongful death. We will never mislead our clients, and we will keep you well-informed throughout the process. Our team of experts will handle each detail to ease you and your family through the process so you can focus on restoring your life. Contact us today for a free consultation. We will pursue justice for you.

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