Wrongful Death Attorneys In Woodland Hills

When a person dies due to the misconduct or negligence of another person, it is considered a wrongful death. If your loved one has died under such circumstances, you and your family may be entitled to compensation. At Avila & Shaddow, we are wrongful death attorneys who can help you during this difficult and confusing time.

Wrongful death cases stem from:

  • Car accidents
  • Industrial accidents
  • Medical malpractice
  • Harmful prescription drugs
  • Pharmacist errors
  • Plane crashes
  • Defective products
  • Intentional negligent conduct
  • Many other causes

It is important to speak with a wrongful death attorney who can review the facts of the case to determine if you or your loved ones might be entitled to compensation for the wrongful death of a family member.

What Kind Of Compensation Can A Wrongful Death Claim Involve?

Damages may be awarded to compensate the spouse, children, or parents of a deceased person for the monetary loss they have sustained as a result of the death. Damages are based on the earnings of the deceased, and their potential future earnings.

Additional damages may be awarded for the survivors' loss of a loved ones love, companionship, comfort, care, assistance, protection, affection, society, and moral support, as well as for funeral and burial expenses.

Work With Our Los Angeles Fatal Accident Attorneys

We know that nothing can make up for the loss of a loved one. We also appreciate the prospect of having to deal with emotional, financial, and legal challenges are often so overwhelming that most people would prefer not to deal with these issues. That's why Avila & Shaddow's lawyers will tirelessly work so that you or your loved ones can obtain compensation to which you are entitled and focus on the life rebuilding process.

If you are seeking legal representation for a wrongful death case in southern California, contact Avila & Shaddow today to schedule a free initial phone consultation.

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