Wrongful Death Attorneys Gaylord MI

What is Wrongful Death?

Under the Michigan wrongful death statute, a wrongful death lawsuit asserts that the victim was killed as a result of the negligence (or other liability) of the defendant, and that the victim’s immediate family and any other dependents are entitled to monetary damages, based on the defendant’s conduct.

According to this statute, in order to bring a Michigan wrongful death action, the victim’s death must have been caused by the wrongful, negligent, careless, or reckless act of a person, company, or municipality.

This information is based on Michigan wrongful death law. If you have questions about a potential wrongful death claim, it is very important to consult with an experienced attorney in your own state and in the state where the fatal injury occurred right away.

If a loved one lost his or her life in an accident that may have been caused by the fault of another person, product, doctor, hospital or company, you may be able to file a wrongful death action. To learn more, talk with an experienced wrongful death attorney in Gaylord, Michigan.

Complete our free wrongful death case review form for a prompt response from our knowledgeable attorneys in our Gaylord, Michigan office.

When death (or injuries resulting in death) is caused by a wrongful act, neglect, or the fault of another, the injured party (surviving spouse, children, next-of-kin, etc.) is entitled to pursue legal action and recover damages from the person or corporation legally responsible for the death. Attorneys Linda Atkinson, Gene Petruska and Gary Kozma work hard to protect the families affected by these horrible circumstances. Complete our free case review form and we will provide a prompt response to your questions.

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