Who can File a Wrongful Death Suit in California?

For every person whose life is taken in an accident, there are often many more personally impacted by the loss. Being impacted by the loss of a family member or loved one does not necessarily entitle you to file a wrongful death lawsuit, but it most certainly may. The best way to determine if you are entitled to seek compensation is through a free consultation with California wrongful death attorney Mickey Fine.

If you are dealing with the aftermath of a loved one’s untimely death, please contact the Law Offices of Mickey Fine or call (661) 333-3333 today to schedule a free case evaluation with our compassionate California wrongful death attorney.

Wrongful Death Lawsuits

Typically, a wrongful death lawsuit will be filed by immediate family members who are both financially and emotionally impacted by the loss. This often includes:

  • A spouse
  • Children, stepchildren, and adopted children
  • Parents and grandparents
  • Grandchildren
  • Siblings

The key is that those seeking justice must have suffered economic and noneconomic damages due to the accident. Establishing if you are entitled to seek compensation is best done by an experienced and dedicated California wrongful death attorney.

To learn if you are eligible to take legal action following the loss of a loved one, please contact our experienced California wrongful death attorney to schedule a free consultation today.