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Pasadena Wrongful Death Lawyers

DeWitt Algorri & Algorri attorneysThe heartache and agony of losing a loved one because of a wrongful death can be overwhelming. If you have lost a family member as a result of someone’s negligence, you may be entitled to compensation for your loss. Our compassionate wrongful death attorneys can help you in securing compensation for the loss of a loved one. Speak with an experienced Pasadena wrongful death lawyer at DeWitt Algorri & Algorri today at 855-WINNING (855-946-6464).

Making a timely injury claim regarding a wrongful death claim is critical to the success of your matter. Insurance companies often use lags in time to destroy evidence, or poke holes in the legitimacy and severity of your claim. The first few days after a tragedy is an important footrace against insurance companies to obtain the evidence necessary for you to get justice. It’s critical for you to contact DeWitt Algorri & Algorri today at 855-WINNING (855-946-6464) or file a claim now here. Our team has handled thousands of personal injury matters throughout California since 1979 – we are the BIG GUNS that other law firms call when they need an experienced and consistently successful firm.

What is Considered a Wrongful Death in the State of California?

A wrongful death claim might emerge in any circumstance in which a person dies as a consequence of the negligence of another. While no amount of money will bring a loved one back, wrongful death claims can provide much needed financial support during this difficult time. Here you will find a few examples that might constitute an unlawful action:

  • DUI/Vehicular Manslaughter
  • Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
  • Product liabilities
  • Car accident fatality
  • Nursing home abuse or neglect

In a wrongful death case, the defendant’s culpability is represented only in terms of financial compensation, otherwise known as damages, which the court requires the defendant to pay to the deceased’s survivors. This is a significant distinction between a wrongful death lawsuit and a criminal homicide prosecution, where a conviction may result in imprisonment, probation, and other penalties. Our office makes sure it YOU, the client, who receives the compensation and not the government.

Wrongful death cases involve rigorous legal criteria that must be followed in order for your case to be successful. The survivors of the deceased will not be compensated for their loss unless the legal criteria are proven. For this reason, you can leave the legal work in the capable hands of the wrongful death lawyers at DeWitt Algorri & Algorri.

Are You Qualified to Make a Claim?

You must be an eligible party to file a wrongful death claim. While a family can normally file a lawsuit, there are intricate regulations and priorities established by law. According to California law, there is an established hierarchy for the eligibility of relatives who may file a claim for the wrongful death of a family member. They include:

  • Surviving spouse and children – If you lost a spouse due to wrongful death, you have the right to pursue compensation. If you have children, recovery compensation and damages awarded are divided among the spouse and children. According to law, biological and adopted children are included.
  • Domestic partner – Domestic partners may sue for wrongful death, depending on the circumstances of the partnership.
  • Financial dependents – If there are stepchildren or parents who depend financially on the deceased, they may be next in line to receive compensation from damage claims.

It is important that you talk to an experienced wrongful death attorney with the necessary know-how, to learn about your legal rights and guide you through the process of claiming for damages. The attorneys at DeWitt Algorri &Algorri have helped countless individuals to get what they deserve. You deserve to have the strongest wrongful death lawyers in California on your side.

Possible Damages in a Wrongful Death Lawsuit

There is a significant financial burden in the aftermath of a loved one’s death, ranging from the loss of assistance to the expense of a decent funeral.

When another person’s improper action results in the death of a spouse or other family member, you may be entitled to obtain compensation for the resulting injuries and losses. If you have any questions concerning the death of a loved one, call our wrongful death attorneys in Pasadena, CA at DeWitt Algorri & Algorri as soon as possible.

There are two types of damages, namely Economic and Non-Economic, that you may qualify for, depending on the circumstances of the case brought forward.

While economic damages are often designed to assist a person return to their prior state, non-economic damages are a type of compensation that accounts for an injured person’s pain, mental anguish, suffering, and other comparable concerns associated with an event.

Economic damages may include:

  • Medical bills
  • Lost wages
  • Property damage
  • Burial and funeral expenses

Non-economic damages include:

  • Grief, Anxiety, loss of Affection
  • Pain and suffering
  • Emotional Distress
  • Disability
  • Loss of guidance and support

Securing Compensation With Wrongful Death Lawyers at Dewitt Algorri & Algorri

We have a large network of resources that enable us to explore the facts of your case and collect the evidence required to make a compelling case. But steps must be taken to assist you as soon as possible in filing a claim. Not only will it give you peace of mind knowing that the remaining loved ones and dependents are taken care of, but you can rest assured that we deal with the confusing technicalities of the lawsuit. If you are ready to speak to us, fill in the contact form here, or call us at 855-WINNING (855-946-6464).

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