Potomac Wrongful Death Lawyer
Putting into words how tragic losing a loved one is, can be nearly impossible. Losing them because of an accident caused by someone else is unimaginable. We can’t begin to explain how truly sorry we are for anyone’s loss. After a negligent action, what can you do to recover and how can a Potomac Wrongful Death Lawyer help?
Nothing can ever replace your loved one but don’t deal with the finical and emotional heartache alone. A personal injury attorney will work to bring back financial loses for now and into the future maybe even some emotional repercussions too. You can still get justice on the person or people who did you wrong. Our team is dedicated to getting back maximum and hearing you out when you need support. We are not just your lawyer, we are your family.
Malloy Law Offices, LLC: Potomac Wrongful Death Lawyer Team
Our Potomac wrongful death lawyer team is here to stand by you and make sure the other party doesn’t just walk away from the accident. Malloy Law has worked with others who have faced wrongful death, so we know how to navigate the process legally. Among others, we offer:
- An open environment to support you. To us you will not just be a number but family.
- Years of experience. Working on other wrongful death cases has helped us navigate future claims in knowing what cases are valued at.
- A contingency fee and free consultation. Your family will not have to pay out of pocket because we are trying to help you financially not hurt you.
We want to take the burden off your shoulders. Insurance companies won’t always have your back. They are a business too, so unfortunately that may mean a lower settlement for you. Right now, you don’t need to deal with it all. Just focus on recovering in everyway, while an attorney works on your case.
A wrongful death lawsuit can start to process to you getting back what you are entitled. These types of cases are classified as an accidental death caused by another party.
Wrongful Death Causes
When carelessness is involved, accidents may happen. However, fatal accidents are serious. Any accident could’ve been prevented if the other party took more precautions. Most of the time, wrongful death lawsuits happen because of:
- Motor vehicle accidents
- Workplace accidents
- Premises liability accidents
- Medical malpractice
- Criminal acts
- Defective product accidents
Some other practice areas that may involve wrongful death are, but not limited to
- Aviation accidents
- Bicycle accidents
- Boat accidents
- Brain injury cases
- Bus accidents
- Catastrophic injury cases
- Construction accidents
- Dangerous drugs
- Dog bites
- Faulty medical devices
- Industrial accidents
- Medical malpractice cases
- Motorcycle and scooter accidents
- Pedestrian accidents
- Premises liability cases
- Spinal cord injury cases
- Truck accidents
- Uber and Lyft accidents
Hiring a lawyer may seem intimidating but it will take all the work off your plate. A lawyer will start with what’s called the ‘burden of proof’ to prove that you have a wrongful death claim.
Wrongful Death Evidence
Every case is evaluated before reaching a verdict. Wrongful death claims reach a point to say that an accident caused the death and could’ve been prevented. Burden of proof is what’s used as evidence, which shows that the negligent party had a duty to care, breached that duty and because of this, a fatal accident occurred. The careless party, regardless of if it was an accident, had a responsibility to care for your loved one but failed. This would be enough evidence. Proof is just one piece but in the end, who can file this kind out lawsuit?
Who Can File A Wrongful Death Lawsuit?
Filing for this type of lawsuit may seem obvious but qualified parties can involve many different people. In Maryland, any surviving beneficiaries may file on behalf of their loved one. Primary beneficiaries like a surviving spouse, parent or child, are first to be eligible. Otherwise, secondary beneficiaries for example siblings, cousins, aunts, uncles, among others may file if there is no surviving primary beneficiaries. Most often primary beneficiaries file wrongful death lawsuits to obtain compensation covering loss of financial support, funeral costs and emotional damages. Secondary beneficiaries often file for the sake of recovering the loss of financial support in the estate.
How much compensation will depend on the beneficiary and how much they were financially damaged. No matter the amount, our team will make sure you have the maximum you are entitled to.
Contact Our Potomac Wrongful Death Lawyer Team
You can still receive justice. Our lawyers want to help those recover even when all seems hopeless. Fatal accidents happen suddenly but we will be ready to help you no matter the time. Contact our Potomac wrongful death lawyer team as soon as you are ready. We don’t expect any fees because we work on a contingency fee basis and we offer free consultation. There is never a fee unless we win your case. Call (888) 982-0906 to start your claim today!