Wrongful death claims are some of the most difficult of all. Losing a loved one to someone else’s negligence can be almost too much to bear. While a wrongful Lawsuit cannot bring your loved one back, obtaining just compensation can help you on the path toward recovery. Consult with an experienced Wisconsin wrongful death attorney from Groth Law Firm, S.C today.
The Amount You Will Receive
The amount of compensation you receive for a wrongful death case in Wisconsin will depend upon the damages you’ve suffered. These damages are categorized according to the following classifications:
- The medical bills your loved one incurred in the interim between being injured and succumbing to those injuries
- The loss of income to your family that you experience as a result of your loved one’s wrongful death
- The loss of income to your family that you experience as a result of your loved one’s inability to fulfill his or her earning potential over the course of his or her life (had it not been cut short by someone else’s negligence)
- The pain and suffering you experience as a result of your loved one’s death
- Your loss of society and companionship of your loved one
Turn to an Experienced Wisconsin Wrongful Death Attorney for the Legal Help You Need
If you’ve lost a loved one to someone else’s negligence, the Milwaukee wrongful death lawyers at Groth Law Firm, S.C in Wisconsin are well-positioned to skillfully advocate for the compensation to which you are entitled. To learn more about how we can help, please don’t wait to contact or call us at (414) 409-0114 today.
Does my situation qualify as wrongful death?
If you’ve lost a loved one because of someone else’s negligence, you may have a viable wrongful death case.
How is a wrongful death case different from a personal injury case?
Wrongful death cases, in essence, are personal injury cases in which the claimant succumbs to the injuries that he or she suffered.
Do I have to file my wrongful death case within a certain amount of time?
Yes, in the state of Wisconsin, you must file your wrongful death case within three years of your loved one’s fatal accident.