We Can Help Your Family Seek Justice
There is nothing as devastating as the unexpected and unnecessary loss of a loved one. You may feel angry and helpless, left wondering how such a thing could have happened to someone you love.
You may want to seek justice against the person or company that is responsible for your loss, but you may be unsure of how to proceed. This is where a Los Angeles wrongful death attorney at Gomez-Garcia Law, Inc. can help.
Our firm is committed to helping families in Southern California that have lost loved ones due to the negligent and wrongful conduct of others, including:
- And other loved ones
We help families affected by car accidents, truck accidents, police misconduct, and other incidents that have claimed a loved one's life. By handling every aspect of your family's wrongful death claim, we hope to help you focus on what counts: your loved one's memory and spending time with your family.
Find out more about what our skilled wrongful lawyers can do to help by calling (888) 487-8133. Your consultation is free and confidential, and we offer our services in English and Spanish.
Who Is Eligible to File a Wrongful Death Action?
In California, a surviving spouse, domestic partner, child, grandchild, parent, or dependent may be able to file a wrongful death action.
What Is the Statute of Limitations for a Wrongful Death Claim?
This must be done within 2 years of the incident, or within 3 years if medical malpractice was involved. If a government entity is being sued, you will have only 6 months to file a claim. Taking immediate action is highly recommended, as it can positively impact the outcome of your case and can help you avoid an expired statute of limitations.
What Damages Are Available in a Wrongful Death Lawsuit?
There are economic and non-economic damages that may be awarded, and our Los Angeles wrongful death lawyers pursue maximum compensation for our clients, including:
- Medical expenses
- Financial support that the deceased would have contributed
- Funeral and burial costs
- Household or other services that the deceased would have provided
- Loss of the deceased's love, companionship, attention, and support
- Loss of affection and sexual relations with the deceased (for spouses or domestic partners)
- Loss of guidance and upbringing (of the deceased's children or other heirs)
Let's work together to seek justice for your loved one. Contact our wrongful death attorneys at (888) 487-8133 to get started.