If someone you loved has died through the wrongful actions of another, you may be wondering if the legal system can provide you with justice. In Indiana, the decedent’s beneficiaries can file an action for wrongful death.
Wondering if the legal system can provide you with justice in a wrongful death case?
While you are grieving, it can be difficult to realize how important it is to act promptly to investigate the potential wrongful death action. Crucial evidence needed to prove the case can be lost through delays. Witnesses need to be talked to immediately, while their memory is still fresh. And, it may take time to determine correctly all of the responsible parties.
The damages in a wrongful death action vary and depend on many factors, including:
- Pain and suffering and mental anguish
- Loss of future earnings
- Loss of services, companionship, care, protection and guidance
- Medical bills or funeral expenses relating to the loss of a loved
If your spouse, parent or child had a wrongful death due to the fault of another person or a company, call me today for your free consultation, or complete the online questionnaire. Please let an experienced Indianapolis wrongful death attorney help you through these difficult times.
If your loved one was unmarried and there are no living parents or children, you still may have a wrongful death action. Please call me so that we can discuss your potential claim.
If you are already talking to an insurance company about a claim related to the loss of a loved one or if you have questions about giving a statement to a claims adjuster, documents you are being asked to sign, I can help.
A FREE consultation can provide you with peace of mind. Merry Fountain will personally ensure you understand your rights and the legal consequences of your decisions.
I am always personally available to meet with people I represent. There’s never a fee until your case is settled. Merry is committed to obtaining the best possible settlement for you. Call the Fountain Law Firm today.