There are few things as difficult in this world as coping with the death of a loved one. Some people seek solace in their beliefs, but regardless of your religious inclinations, the fact remains the same: surviving friends and family members must cope with the reality that their loved one is no longer in their physical world.
Even under peaceful circumstances, that loss can be incredibly hard. When the loss is caused by an accident that resulted from the negligence of another person, however, it becomes even more devastating. While legal implications may understandably be the farthest thing from your mind during this challenging time, it is important you understand your rights and seek compensation for your losses. The team at Deputy & Mizell, LLC is here to help you do just that.
We Are Here To Help You Navigate The Challenges
The loss of a loved one brings many challenging changes that must be addressed. Depending on the circumstances, you may have lost many things in addition to your loved one – you may also be losing your companion, your caregiver, and/or your financial provider, just to name a few.
Clearly, no amount of money can compensate for the loss of someone you love. Ensuring that you receive financial compensation for you loss can, however, smooth the transition into your next phase of life. Examples of some of the types of damages you can seek financial compensation for include:
- Medical Expenses
- Funeral Expenses
- Mental Distress
- Pain and Suffering
- Loss of Benefits, such as Medical Insurance
- Loss of Future Income
- Loss of Future Inheritance
- Loss of Care and Companionship
We understand that we will not be able to take the pain away, but our wrongful death attorneys promise to be there for you every step of the way to help make the process as simple and stress-free as possible.
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Keep in mind that the statute of limitations for wrongful death cases in Missouri is three years – you must file within that time limit in order for your case to be heard. However, you do not have to be ready to immediately move forward with a claim – if you simply have questions about a wrongful death case and what all would be involved, we invite you to schedule a free initial consultation with one of our fatal accident attorneys. We would be honored to help you through this difficult time.