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People have rights following the wrongful death of a loved one

Suffering the loss of a loved one due to a fatal accident is a difficult and traumatic time for those in West Virginia and elsewhere. No one wants to have to bury a loved one sooner than expected, and after an accidental loss, family members often have many questions. In addition to wondering what happened and who was at fault, surviving family members may question what they can do to recover any losses suffered.

At James F. Humphreys & Associates, L.C., we understand that there are endless questions following the wrongful death of a loved one. Therefore, our experienced legal team is not only dedicated to answering these questions but also advocating for the rights and interests of our clients.

Negligence is, unfortunately, the cause of many deaths each year. Further, negligence can occur in a multitude of arenas. A family member could be fatally injured at work, while driving or even during a medical procedure. Our law firm is knowledgeable in a wide range of topics and hs experience determining what laws apply to a given situation. This, in turn, help us not only protect the rights of the deceased, but also those of the surviving family members.

Much loss can be experienced after the wrongful death of a loved one. In addition to the obvious damages, such as medical bills, funeral costs and lost wages, family members often experience emotional distress, loss of companionship and other related damages. Our skilled legal team has helped our clients assess their matters and properly calculate the damages suffered so they can request the compensation they deserve.

To learn more, consider visiting our law firm's wrongful death website. Filing a wrongful death suit is not an easy step to take; however, it can often be a necessary one. Although it is tough to think about yourself in a difficult time like this, it is important to consider your options following the wrongful death of a loved one.

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