Compassionate & Skilled Legal Representation
Pursuing a wrongful death claim is something no one expects to face. Losing a loved one is traumatic enough, but those affected are often financially devastated in the wake of the loss, as well. If your loved one died as a result of some other person or party’s negligence, we can help you alleviate the immense financial and emotional distress you are facing. We understand no amount of money will take away the pain of your loss, but with our compassionate legal counsel, you can recover damages any medical costs, loss of wages, funeral/burial costs, and compensation for pain and suffering.
Because we realize this is an emotionally taxing time for all involved, we do everything we can to make sure we carefully compile the facts at hand, gather expert testimony, and collect any and all pertinent evidence. You can trust we will take the time to get to know what happened that caused the preventable accident leading to your loved one’s premature death. There are time constraints to file wrongful death lawsuits of about 2 years for the vast majority of cases, so make sure you contact our Spokane wrongful death attorneys within that timeframe to have the best odds of obtaining a favorable settlement.
Consultations are free, and because we take cases on a contingency fee basis, that means you won’t pay us a thing unless we prevail in your case. Call today at (801) 900-4681 to make an appointment.
Who Is Eligible to File a Wrongful Death Lawsuit in Spokane?
You may file a wrongful death claim if you were:
- Immediate family, such as a spouse, child, or parent
- Domestic or life partner
- Financial dependent
- Parents of an unborn child who died
- Someone who suffered financially as a result of the death, even if you are not related to the deceased by blood, adoption, or marriage
Compensation in Wrongful Death Cases
Surviving family members may be able to recover compensation for a wide range of damages, including:
- Lost income or financial support to the family
- Final medical expenses of the deceased
- Funeral and burial costs
- Pain and suffering of the deceased
- Lost companionship, affection, love, and support
- Property damage associated with the death
Contact Our Determined Wrongful Death Attorneys in Spokane for Maximum Compensation
At Lowe Law Group, our primary objective is to help injury victims and their families recover the financial compensation they are rightfully owed after tragic accidents. Our Spokane wrongful death attorneys are committed to fighting for your rights until the case reaches a favorable settlement, or if the responsible parties still refuse to budge, we are not afraid to take them to trial.
Our attorneys have prevailed in countless wrongful death claims throughout the nation, and we are zealous in investigating the circumstances of your case to determine who was at fault for your loved one’s death. It’s important to keep in mind that this type of litigation is very complex, and best handled in the hands of capable attorneys with trial experience. We will do everything in our power to deliver the optimal outcome for your case so you can move forward having secured justice on behalf of your deceased loved one.
A Sense of Understanding
We will step into your shoes to better understand your goals and effectively fight for the justice that you deserve in your case.
A Client-First Philosophy
Our team is prepared to do whatever is necessary to ensure your comfort and convenience, from traveling to you to arranging your medical care.
A Personalized Experience
Our attorneys refuse to treat you like another number and are committed to being directly involved in your case every step of the way.
A Results-Driven Approach
We have recovered millions of dollars for injury victims in the past and are committed to winning your case next.
A Network of Support
When you hire our firm, you not only get the support of one attorney but a large team guiding you through the legal process.
A Compassionate Team
Our attorneys are truly empathetic advocates whom you can count on to be in your corner when you need them most.