Glendale Wrongful Death Attorneys

Thorough & Compassionate Representation for Surviving Family Members

If your loved one has passed away due to the negligence of another, you may be entitled to receive compensation for your loss.

At Legal One Law Group, APC, we understand that this time is confusing and painful.

Our Glendale wrongful death lawyers can assist you through the complex legal process and handle all the stress and worry involved in filing a claim. Let us see to your claim so you can spend this time with your loved ones.

  For professional legal services from wrongful death lawyers you can trust, reach out today.

What Is a Wrongful Death Claim?

In the event that a person’s death is caused by a wrongful act, negligence, default, or breach of contract of another person or entity, that person’s family may file a lawsuit to recover damages.

A wrongful death claim is a civil lawsuit aimed towards receiving monetary compensation for a loss that was caused accidentally rather than by an intentional act of violence, as in a criminal case.

What Are Common Causes of Wrongful Death?

Examples of events that may lead to a loved one’s wrongful death include:

  • Workplace accidents
  • Medical malpractice
  • Elder abuse and neglect
  • Attacks caused by negligent security

Who Can File a Wrongful Death Claim in California?

To file a wrongful death claim, you must be a close relation to the deceased. If the decedent had multiple dependents at the time of their death, all qualifying surviving family members are eligible to receive a wrongful death settlement.

In California, family members who may recover damages in a wrongful death case include:

  • Spouses and domestic partners
  • Children (biological, adopted, and step)
  • Parents
  • Dependent blood relatives
  • Dependent adoptive siblings

A personal representative of the victim must file a wrongful death claim. This is often a family member whom the deceased person named in their will or estate plan.

If there is no such document, the court will appoint a personal representative. The role of this individual is to file a wrongful death claim on behalf of every qualifying survivor.

What Damages Are Recoverable in a Wrongful Death Case in CA?

Damages recoverable in a wrongful death case in California include:

  • Lost wages, benefits, and other earnings
  • Medical and funeral expenses
  • Loss of consortium
  • Loss of companionship and guidance
  • Mental and emotional pain due to the loss of a child

What Is the Statute of Limitations for Wrongful Death?

California law requires that wrongful death claims must be filed within two years of the date of death. If you try to file a claim after this time period, the court will not hear your case and you and your loved ones will lose the opportunity to receive compensation for your loss.

Reach Out to Our Wrongful Death Attorneys in Glendale

If your loved one has died because of another’s negligence and you want to file a wrongful death claim, contact the Legal One Law Group, APC, APC.

While no amount of money could ever replace your relative, obtaining just compensation can help ease your emotional duress and stabilize your finances during this time.

We care about you and your family’s well-being and do not charge any legal fees unless you win a settlement.

To schedule a free consultation, call us today at 818-805-2188. We offer professional legal services to clients throughout Southern California.

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