Fiore Legal Seeking Justice & Compensation for Wrongful Death

Suppose you have lost a loved one due to a wrongful death and are considering legal action. In that case, speaking to an experienced wrongful death lawyer in Los Angeles right away is essential to learn more about your legal options. While no amount of money can make up for the loss of a loved one, we hope to help families find solace in not worrying about the financial hardships that often come with losing a loved one, along with a sense of justice. At Fiore Legal, we know what it takes to find the responsible party liable for their wrongdoings— an individual, a company, or a government agency. No one should have to deal with the loss of a loved one alone. Contact our team for a free consultation with a reputable wrongful death attorney in Los Angeles.

Common Causes of Los Angeles Wrongful Deaths

Preventable, wrongful deaths happen far too frequently to victims engaging in everyday activities. Civil in nature, the purpose of a wrongful death lawsuit is to obtain a financial payout for associated expenses. In some instances, there may also be a criminal case stemming from the deadly accident.

Some of the more common causes of wrongful deaths include:

  • Car Accidents
  • Pedestrian Accidents
  • Slip and Falls
  • Motorcycle Accidents
  • Bike Accidents
  • Construction Accidents
  • Truck Accidents
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Who Can I Sue For Wrongful Death?

In California, you can sue anyone responsible for the wrongful death of your loved one. This includes individuals, businesses, government agencies, and other entities. To establish liability, you must prove that the defendant was negligent or engaged in intentional misconduct that caused the death. Wrongful death cases are complex and require the expertise of experienced attorneys who can navigate the legal system and help you obtain the compensation you deserve.

The value of a wrongful death case depends on various factors, including the defendant's insurance coverage and whether the deceased played a role in the accident. In California, comparative negligence laws apply, meaning that even if the dead contributed to the accident, the case still holds value, albeit reduced by the percentage of their liability. Such cases include pedestrian accidents where the victim was jaywalking or bike accidents where the rider was not wearing a helmet.

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Why Choose Us?

At Fiore Legal, we understand the challenges and financial struggles of losing a loved one. Our experienced team of attorneys is dedicated to helping families recover the compensation they need to move forward. We have a proven track record of success, having recovered millions of dollars for our clients. Our team will guide you through every step of the process and fight to ensure the responsible party is held accountable.

Time is of the essence as the statute of limitations in California for wrongful death cases is two years and, in some cases, shorter. Missing this deadline means missing the opportunity for the compensation you deserve. Please don't wait; contact us today to speak with a skilled Los Angeles wrongful death attorney.

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