Wrongful Death

Neither we, nor the law, can pretend to appreciate the depth of your loss. We recognize that the untimely deaths capsize the family financially and most certainly emotional, and that lawsuits, though necessary, prolong closure. Our ambition in fatality claims is to advance them faster than any other claim in our office. It’s the least, but best, we can do to help emotionally. Surviving family members are entitled to claim for:

  • Loss of financial support the deceased would have provided
  • Loss of service that the deceased would have provided to family members, such as household and homemaking chores
  • Expenses related to the funeral and burial of the deceased, as well as other out of pocket expenses
  • The loss of income suffered by grieving family members
  • Loss of guidance, care and companionship that the deceased person would have provided to the surviving family members

Our ambition in fatality claims is to advance them faster than any other claim in our office

Wrongful Death case

Few fatalities claim ever reach the courtroom door. If they do, it’s typically because the parties disagree on who is responsible as opposed to the quantum of the claim. In Roycroft v. Kyte Tim Boland and Russ Howe were successful in representing the family of a young man who was killed in a single motor vehicle collision.

We’d like to help with your recovery and future.

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