Sioux Falls, SD Wrongful Death Attorneys
Bringing Justice to Those Who Are No Longer with Us
Losing a loved one because of another’s reckless misconduct is devastating, especially because the death could have been prevented. In the aftermath of their untimely death, this is when our Sioux Falls wrongful death lawyers at Lowe Law Group will step in to guide you through the legal process. Our caring attorneys take pride in helping families survive trying times. We understand the emotional loss is painful enough, but the financial repercussions of losing a loved one can be enormously burdensome and overwhelming. We will do all we can to ensure a favorable outcome of your case so you can have the financial compensation you deserve to move forward.
Compensation for the death of your loved one includes both economic and noneconomic losses, including medical expenses prior to death, lost wages, pain and suffering, loss of companionship, funeral and burial expenses, and more. You have two years from the date of their death to file a wrongful death lawsuit in Sioux Falls. Along with civil court action, the defendant may also face criminal charges in certain cases.
Contact us at Lowe Law Group today to schedule your free consultation. We offer a no-win, no-fee guarantee, so you won’t have to pay us a dime unless we win your case.
Who Can File a Wrongful Death Claim in Sioux Falls?
You may be eligible for compensation for the wrongful death of your loved one if you had one of the following relationships with the deceased:
- Immediate family, including a spouse, biological or adopted child, or a parent
- Domestic or life partner
- Parent of an unborn child
- Siblings or grandparents in the absence of a spouse or children
- You were their financial dependent
- You suffered financially as a result of their death, whether or not you were related by blood or married
Considerations to Make Before Filing a Wrongful Death Claim
Wrongful death lawsuits are based on whether the parties held responsible acted in a negligent manner. If the defendant neglected their duty of care, they can be held liable. To effectively determine they were responsible, your attorney will build a case to prove the defendant violated their duty of care to the defendant and this breach of duty directly resulted in the death of the victim. The plaintiff who files a wrongful death claim must also show how they suffered financially or emotionally as a result of the death.
Lowe Law Group is staffed with relentless, result-driven attorneys who have one goal in mind: allowing our clients to move forward with their lives by collecting the compensation they deserve. We know the death of a loved one is difficult to cope with, and we will take every step to provide skillful legal guidance to secure a favorable outcome for your claim.
Please don’t hesitate to contact us at Lowe Law Group. Call (801) 900-4681 to schedule your initial consultation today.