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Helping surviving family members with a wrongful death action

| Nov 22, 2018 | Wrongful Death |

The loss of a loved one is an emotional event that many of us struggle with. While death is a part of life, it can be challenging to cope with the death of a loved one that suddenly occurs because of a tragic accident in California or elsewhere. In these events, surviving family members have many questions, including whether it was preventable.

In the event of a fatal accident, one often questions what the cause was. In many cases, especially with automobile collisions, negligence is to blame. Whether a motorist was distracted, reckless or intoxicated, these negligent acts could have contributed or was the underlying reason an accident occurred. Thus, it is important for loved ones to consider fault and liability following a fatal car accident.

At Bender & Gritx, APLC, our skilled attorneys understand the emotions and complexities that can follow a fatal accident. However, we are dedicated to helping our clients in the San Diego area successfully navigate these matters, assisting them with any questions they may have and actions they seek to file.

A wrongful death action could help surviving family members hold a negligent party accountable for the death of a loved one. It could also help address any losses or damages suffered. In these matters, our law firm takes the time to inform our clients about the process and their options. We delicately and thoroughly investigate the matter, helping to uncover any necessary information to prove liability.

To learn more, check out our law firm’s wrongful death website. Dealing with a sudden loss of a loved one is a difficult time for any one, no matter the age of the deceased or the cause of their death. However, in matters where a negligent party is to blame, it is vital to explore your rights and options when it comes to holding that party accountable. While this cannot bring the person back, it could help address the losses caused by their tragic death.

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