Wrongful Death

A wrongful death is defined as the loss of life to a person as a result of another’s actions. Whether the act was intentional or unintentional is of no consequence. If an individual or entity causes harm to another person and the injuries sustained result in that person’s death, then the individual may be held liable for wrongful death. A wrongful death claim has no correlation with criminal action, meaning that even if the defendant is cleared of criminal charges, the victim’s family may still be able to pursue a civil action for wrongful death.

Though pursuing a wrongful death claim will not bring your loved one back, Jeff Martin & Team will make certain those responsible are held accountable for their actions by obtaining for YOU, those left behind, all the Money you deserve. Our team of wrongful death attorneys can help relieve the financial burden placed on you and your family by bringing the responsible individual or parties to justice.

Who Is Liable for a Wrongful Death Claim?

A wrongful death claim may be filed against anyone or any institution that was legally at fault for a person’s death. This can include:

  • Individuals
  • Medical Institutions
  • Government Institutions
  • Business Organizations
  • Corporations

Whether it’s a car accident or a medical malpractice suit, the surviving family members may file a wrongful death claim in behalf of the deceased to cover pain and suffering, medical expenses, funeral expenses, and lost wages.

Consult a Wrongful Death Attorney Today

Jeff Martin & Associates is experienced in wrongful death cases and will fight for you every step of the way. In most cases, we offer our legal services on a contingency fee basis, meaning we only get paid if you do. Since our success is dependent on your success, you can rest assured we will work hard to ensure you obtain all the money you deserve.

Call us any time. We will be happy to answer your questions without obligation.