A wrongful death lawsuit may be filed when a person dies due to the negligence, recklessness, or misconduct of another. The Defendant may be an individual or a business, depending on the circumstances. In this post, we will look at some specific examples where a wrongful death lawsuit could be filed. First, let's discuss what types of damages may be awarded in such a case.
Summertime is right around the corner and that means crowded public pools for those seeking some relief from the heat. If the Emma Hood Swim Center does not quickly correct several ongoing safety and environmental issues, Alameda residents could be forced to look elsewhere for a public place to swim. The Alameda County Environmental Health Department will close the center at the end of May if the issues are not resolved. The swim center is approximately 60 years old.
You can suffer many types of injuries in a car-truck accident, with those to your head among the most common. A concussion is not the most serious brain injury, but it can negatively impact your health and life in a number of ways.
In determining the correct cause of a car accident, crash reconstruction can be a vital tool. It can piece together the entire picture of a scene, including the before and after accident circumstances. In fact, it is so important that a car accident injury case may be won based on the findings of a crash reconstruction report, especially in a wrongful death matter. While these reports are usually not required for minor accidents or fender benders, they are of the utmost importance when a death has occurred.
The wrongful death of a loved one can leave a family reeling from both emotional and financial damage. Unexpected bills and burdens present extreme financial hardship. The purpose of a wrongful death lawsuit is to help ease those burdens and provide means for a family to pick up the pieces and move forward without those undue hardships.