Dealing with the loss of a loved one is one of the most heart-wrenching experiences for anyone: Especially if the death is untimely and due to intentional act or negligence of another.
Wrongful Death is a civil action, separate from any possible criminal charges. This means that even if a criminal defendant is acquitted of a murder charge, he or she may still be found liable for wrongful death.
A Wrongful Death Lawsuit may be brought for either an intentional or unintentional act that caused the death. For instance, a simple punch to the face of a person, which results in death, is construed as an intentional act, even if the culprit did not intend to kill.
Wrongful Death lawsuits can stem from various types of Accidents, Intentional Torts, Malpractice of Medical Care People and Vicarious Labilities of Hospitals, Clinics and other Facilities.
If you’ve lost a loved one due to the wrongful act of other/s, it is important to consult with a Capable, Credible and Compassionate Chosen Wrongful Death Attorney, Right Away.
Loss of a loved-one is so hard that consideration of a wrongful death lawsuit can easily slip your mind. However, please remember that the time period, which you are allowed to file a wrongful death lawsuit is limited. If you do not file your case within a specific time period, the Statute of Limitation could, forever, bar your right to compensation.
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