If you have lost a loved one due to an act of negligence, you may have the right to pursue a claim for their death and your loss. The first step is to determine what caused their death, and whether it was due to someone’s negligence or carelessness. In order to hold a negligent party legally accountable for their actions, it is imperative that an investigation be conducted and documented as quickly as possible. Failure to do so could lead to the loss of critical information and evidence. The loss of this evidence could lead to the loss of the prospective claim.
At the Law Offices of Kenneth E. Chase, P.C., our Scottsdale wrongful death attorney takes immediate action to secure the facts, information, and evidence necessary to establish and support a claim in wrongful death cases.
When you choose us to handle your case, you will work directly with a lawyer who has more than 40 years of experience. You will not be passed on to an inexperienced associate. As an individual and a client, you are important to us, and you will always be treated that way. We will get to know you and you will get to know us personally. You will always be recognized as an individual and never as a number. Contact us today.
In wrongful death cases, there may be several ways to hold the negligent party accountable. The primary option is to file a civil claim against the negligent party. In doing so, we can make them pay financially for the wrongful death that they caused.
If the wrongful death was the result of a criminal action, we can also work with the police department and prosecuting authorities to see that the person who caused the wrongful death receives an appropriate punishment. Family members of victims have the right to provide direct input in these matters. In either event, you can rest assured that we will vigorously pursue your claim, and always with your best interests in mind.
We take the time to provide personal and individualized attention to each client and to each case. We pursue claims that are always calculated to serve your best interests. Wrongful death cases may occur as a result of any of the following:
If you have lost a loved one, nothing can ever fully or adequately replace that life or compensate you for your loss. Nevertheless, you have the right to pursue compensation for the wrongful death caused by another.
We will help you learn about your rights and legal options after a fatal accident. We know this is a difficult time in your life. We provide compassion and honest advice about your options so you can get justice. Contact us online or call (480) 423-5800 to arrange a free consultation.