Cheyenne Wrongful Death Attorneys
Helping Grieving Families in Wyoming Seek Justice & Compensation
The loss of a loved one leaves a void that can never be filled. Beyond the deep sense of emotional loss experienced, family members are often left with expensive medical bills and funeral costs. When another person is at fault for the death of your loved one, it is important that they are held accountable for their negligence and are required to pay for these expenses.
At Bailey | Stock | Harmon | Cottam | Lopez LLP, our Cheyenne wrongful death attorneys have decades of experience fighting for the rights of grieving families. We understand that you deserve justice and compensation for the death of your loved one, and we want to do everything we can to help you get that.
With over 175 years of combined legal experience and millions recovered for personal injury clients, our wrongful death attorneys in Cheyenne can offer you the assistance you need. Contact us today at (307) 222-4932.
What Are Wrongful Death Damages?
Damages in a wrongful death suit are primarily financial but can also include punitive damages. The primary damages covered in a wrongful death settlement include:
- Compensation for medical treatment, pain and suffering of the deceased individual leading up to their death
- Funeral/burial expenses following the individual's death
- Compensation for surviving family members including: lost earnings, loss of companionship or consortium, etc.
How Do You Prove Wrongful Death?
In order to win a wrongful death claim you must be able to prove the following:
- The defendant owed a "duty of care" to the deceased individual (i.e. they had a responsibility to obey certain laws or take certain steps to prevent harm coming to the individual)
- The defendant breached that duty of care by breaking those laws or failing to take the necessary steps
- The defendant's breach led directly to the individual's death
Not sure how to go about proving these things before a judge? Contact our firm today to learn how we can help!
Can I Sue for Emotional Distress?
Often when a loved one passes away unexpectedly, it causes lasting hurt to a person's emotions. If you have suffered emotional distress due to the wrongful death of a loved one, you may be entitled to receiving compensation for this distress. An attorney at our firm can help prove that your distress is due to the tragedy of your loved one, resulting in the undesired daily struggle on your part. You should not have to suffer because of the negligence of a medical professional, call us today!
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