The loss of a loved one is a hard and emotional thing to deal with. It is never easy. What can make the loss even harder is if a loved one died in an accident that was caused by someone else. In the aftermath, after your loved one is laid to rest, you will have questions about how their death happened. You will need closure.
Allegiance Law is ready to help you get the answers you need so you can find that closure. Our wrongful death attorneys in San Mateo are ready to help you through this difficult situation.
The loss of a loved one can bring life to a standstill for surviving family members. Spouses and children are often left with questions that go unanswered much of the time. While we recognize that sometimes accidents that lead to a death are nobody’s fault, we know that there are times when someone’s negligence contributed.
Wrongful death cases cover a wide range of incidents and no two look the same. Sometimes, a hazardous workplace contributes to the death of a loved one.
Often, wrongful death cases are part of other types of cases such as product liability.
Vehicle accidents can also lead to wrongful death.
Unfortunately, sometimes even law enforcement contributes to the wrongful death of a loved one if they fail to exercise appropriate restraint.
We know that there is no amount of money that will quell the hurt you are feeling after the death of a loved one. We will examine your case with you to help you determine if you are owed any compensation. You may be entitled to funeral and burial expenses, income lost that would have been earned by the deceased, as well as compensation for emotional damages.
If you have lost a loved one due to someone else’s negligence, then you may need a San Mateo wrongful death attorney. At Allegiance Law, we understand how hard this can be for you and we will work with you through this difficult time. If you aren’t sure whether or not you have a wrongful death case, you can contact us and we will help you figure it out. If you do have a case, we will walk you through each step, going over your options, and help you gather the evidence and documents you need to proceed. You can contact us by clicking here or calling 415-404-6395.