Rhode Island Wrongful Death Lawyer
Sands Law Offices Pursues Justice After the Loss of a Loved One
The unexpected loss of a loved one can leave you spiraling out of control, feeling as though your entire world has crumbled. If you lost a family member or other loved one because of another’s negligence or wrongdoing, we at Sands Law Offices are here to help you. We know how helpless you can feel after losing someone you love. We also know how difficult it can be to deal with funeral expenses and arrangements, medical bills and legal issues in the midst of everything else you are trying to cope with.
What Constitutes a Wrongful Death Lawsuit?
A wrongful death claim may be filed in any instance where an individual or company was responsible for the loss of life of another person. These claims may stem from acts of negligence, where someone failed to uphold their duty to reasonably provide for another’s safety.
As a Rhode Island wrongful death attorney, Richard Sands can provide experienced information regarding your options in this critical matter. Although it may be difficult to even consider taking legal action at this time, now is the time to act if the at-fault party is to be brought to justice.
We offer a free consultation to talk about your case and options. Call (401) 297-2816 for thoughtful, experienced insight.
Elements of a Wrongful Death Suit
Wrongful death lawsuits may be filed when a victim is killed due to a negligent party's wrongful action. Examples of wrongful death situations may include car accidents, motorcycle accidents, workplace injuries, construction site accidents, and medical malpractice. Our Warwick wrongful death lawyer can help with any of these cases.
In Rhode Island, the family may be able to pursue financial compensation when they experience the following after a wrongful death:
- Loss of earnings
- Loss of future earnings, including pensions, bonuses or other benefits
- Medical expenses, including hospitalization, medical procedures, medication and more
- Property damage, such as vehicle damage, damage to personal property and more
- Emotional trauma
Truly, no amount of money could make up for the loss of a loved one. It can, however, alleviate the financial burden such a loss can cause, helping the family focus on remembering their loved one rather than dealing with the stress of mounting bills and lost earnings.
Call (401) 297-2816 today. Let our attorney support you through this process so you can focus on your loved one’s memory.