While it is always difficult to deal with the death of a loved one, unexpected death is particularly devastating. A wrongful death is when the unexpected death of a loved one comes as a result of someone’s negligence or carelessness. If you have lost a loved one due to the actions — or inactions — of another person or entity, you may want to talk with a lawyer about a potential wrongful death claim.
A wrongful death lawsuit in Connecticut can be complicated to navigate — from calculating damages to proving fault — but at Anderson Trial Lawyers, we have decades of experience handling the sensitive, emotional cases that arise from the death of loved ones. We know that no legal victory will ever make up for your loss, but we believe that achieving justice can offer some solace. A successful claim can also provide your family with the financial means to move forward with your lives.
Our expert attorneys have decades of experience in wrongful death claims, and will treat you and your family with the compassion and kindness you deserve while seeking justice for your loved one.
Fatal Accident Claims
The tireless client advocacy offered by the experienced attorneys at Anderson Trial Lawyers has led to successful results in fatal accident claims stemming from:
Seeking Justice and Damages
In the pursuit of justice for cases involving wrongful death, damages may be paid for the following:
- Cost of reasonable and necessary medical care, rehabilitative services, and custodial care
- Funeral and burial expenses
- Loss of earnings or earning capacity
- Pain and suffering experienced by loved ones
- The loss of the capacity to enjoy life’s activities
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Injury Compensation Lawyers
If the negligent actions of another person have left you trying to cope with medical bills, lost wages, or a change in your daily activities, call Anderson Trial Lawyers, at 860.886.8845, or send us an email. Your initial Email/consultation question is free, and we can meet you at your home or other convenient location if you are unable to come to our Norwich office.