Wrongful Death Attorneys
Losing a loved one is always devastating. However, one thing that can make it even more devastating is if the loss occurred because of someone else’s negligent, reckless, or illegal conduct. While the law cannot restore your loved one to you, it does offer some recourse. You can sue for wrongful death and attempt to recover damages that will pay for your loved one’s final medical bills and funeral costs as well as replace income they would have earned. The court may also award punitive damages if it believes that the defendant’s conduct was especially egregious.
At Koon Cook & Walters, LLC, we understand the pain you are going through, and we know that an untimely loss can create a large financial burden on a family. Let us help you get the compensation you need to move forward and fight for justice in your loved one’s name.
These cases can become very complicated. However, no matter what caused your loved one’s passing, the attorneys at Koon Cook & Walters, LLC, are here to help. Call us today to schedule a free consultation.
What You Should Know About Wrongful Death Cases
If you think you have a wrongful death suit on your hands, our office can help you determine your options. If you are the deceased’s parent, spouse, or child, you are considered next of kin and are eligible to file. You can be awarded damages from your wrongful death claim in a number of ways. These include:
- Loss of income, including future income
- Hospital and burial costs
- Loss of inheritance
- Pain and suffering
- Mental suffering
- Collective damages
Every wrongful death case is subject to a statute of limitations. You have a limited window of time between the time of demise and the time you can file a lawsuit. If you don’t adhere to this time limit, your lawsuit could be barred eternally. If you think you have a case, it’s best to get in touch with us immediately. Call today!