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Wrongful Death

Wrongful Death

Losing a loved one is the most difficult thing a person can experience. The emotional pain, mental anguish, and financial stress can be excruciating, especially when the death could have been avoided. While there is no amount of compensation that can relieve the grief and pain of losing a family member, surviving family members can recover compensation from the party responsible. Cooper Law Partners understands how dealing with the unexpected death of a loved one can be overwhelming and confusing. That is why our sole purpose is to help those who have lost a loved one try to recover and move on by seeking justice and maximum compensation for the irreversible damage done to their lives.

What Is Wrongful Death?

Wrongful death refers to a death that occurs because of the misconduct or negligence of another individual, corporation, or entity. A wrongful death action is a lawsuit brought on behalf of the surviving family members of the deceased. Wrongful death cases arise from a variety of circumstances, the most common being:

Wrongful Death Damages

The law allows surviving family members who file a wrongful death lawsuit to receive money for the losses related to the death of their loved one. These losses might include:

  • Funeral expenses
  • Medical expenses
  • Loss of financial support
  • Loss of emotional support
  • Pain and Suffering or Mental anguish
  • Loss of the deceased’s expected earnings
  • Loss of benefits like pension plans or medical coverage
  • Loss of inheritance
  • The value of the goods and services that the deceased
  • Psychological treatment
  • Loss of the care, protection, guidance, and nurturing from the deceased
  • Loss of parental services
  • Loss of child services
  • Loss of spousal services
  • Loss of companionship and society
  • Loss of inheritance
  • Loss of consortium from a deceased spouse
  • Punitive damages

Cooper Law Partners lawyers help surviving family members evaluate their situation and identify the true scope of the damages before they fight for maximum compensation on their behalf.

How Cooper Law Partners Can Help in Wrongful Death Cases

Families involved in Wrongful Death cases often face extreme financial hardship as medical bills, funeral costs, and other expenses add up. If the deceased was the main wage earner, surviving family members may also be unable to support themselves. Cooper Law Partners lawyers dedicate their lives to assisting families in their time of need. They understand the profound sense of loss and the importance of seeking justice to ensure that other members of the community never experience the same pain. We founded Cooper Law Partners to help surviving family members recover what they are entitled to: maximum compensation for their loss. Contact us for a free case review.


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