Wrongful Death Attorneys in Boise
Helping Families Recover Compensation
There is nothing that can replace the loss of beloved family member. In addition to this terrible loss, many families find themselves in some serious financial predicaments, especially if the decedent was the primary income earner in the household. If someone else’s actions led to the death of your loved one, you might have a viable wrongful death lawsuit on your hands. At Lowe Law Group in Boise, our wrongful death team will fight on your behalf to ensure you receive fair compensation for your loss. You can rely on our experienced and knowledgeable attorneys to effectively represent you and hold the responsible party liable.
Contact Lowe Law Group in Boise today at (208) 904-4224 to set up a free initial consultation and discuss the details of your wrongful death case.
Who Can File a Wrongful Death Claim?
Not everyone can file a wrongful death claim in Idaho.
Below are the parties who can file a claim in the state:
- The decedent’s personal representative
- The heirs of the decedent’s estate
- The decedent’s children, spouse, stepchildren, parents, or other blood relatives who were wholly or partly dependent
A wrongful death lawsuit is a civil case and, therefore, liability is expressed through monetary damages.
The Statute of Limitations
Every state has a statute of limitations, which is a timeframe within which one must file a lawsuit. In Idaho, the statute of limitations for filing a wrongful death lawsuit is two years, beginning on the date of the decedent’s passing. However, there are some details that might impact the two-year time limit. To ensure the statute of limitations does not run out on your case, seek legal guidance as soon as possible.
Recoverable Damages in a Wrongful Death Claim
In Idaho, one can collect both economic and non-economic damages in a wrongful death claim.
Below are some of the different types of damages you might be able to recover when filing a wrongful death lawsuit:
- The decedent’s final medical expenses
- Burial and funeral expenses
- The loss of household services the decedent provided
- The loss of financial support provided by the decedent
- The loss of the decedent’s care, comfort, and society
Idaho caps non-economic damages at $250,000 per family member. Unlike many other states, Idaho does not allow damages in wrongful death lawsuits for pain and suffering.
Contact Our Skilled Wrongful Death Team Today
Losing a loved one is a difficult, earth-shaking experience. If your lost someone to a car accident, pedestrian accident, or any other type of accident caused by another party’s negligence, contact the experienced team at Lowe Law Group in Boise to ensure you receive the compensation you deserve. Our wrongful death team will provide the personalized solutions you need to ensure the responsible party is held accountable for this awful loss. You should not have to suffer on your own or quietly bear the burden of this tragedy.
Get started on your wrongful death claim today and reach out to our law office at (208) 904-4224 to set up a free consultation. You will not pay any fees until we win your case.
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