Wrongful Death

Wrongful Death

Wrongful death occurs when someone loses their life to to the negligence and carelessness of another individual. A Connecticut wrongful death case is a complex matter. Aside from your personal loss and the resulting pain and suffering, there may be concern of lost income, medical bills and funeral bills.

When you unexpectedly lose a loved one you may not be in the frame of mind to be able to deal with insurance companies or police officers. Let the attorneys at the Law Offices of Deron Freeman assist you in handling these matters. A wrongful death lawyer must be experienced, compassionate and sharp. Deron Freeman handles these special cases delicately and discreetly. We want to help you through the tumultuous period that follows a loved one's untimely death.

A wrongful death lawyer must be experienced, compassionate, and sharp. The attorneys at the Law Offices of Deron Freeman have dealt with families of wrongful deaths victims for years with compassion and efficient representation.

Wrongful death lawsuits are brought by the family members of victims who have been killed as a result of an accident or injury caused through negligence or intentional bad acts. Wrongful death damages cover the lifetime of wages lost as a result of the victim's death. Funeral costs, among other expenses, are also included. A family member must have standing to bring a wrongful death action, though. Spouses are allowed to bring such an action in every state, and parents can bring an action on behalf of minor children. There are varying rules as to whether parents can sue for wrongful death for adult children, as well as regarding whether siblings, cousins, adult children or other more "distant" relatives can sue for wrongful death.