Wrongful Death Attorney in Colorado
Along with the grief of having lost your loved one’s companionship and love, you will also need to deal with the financial realities of your loved one’s passing. If another party’s wrongful acts caused your family member’s death, you likely also feel angry at the idea that your loved one’s passing was avoidable. At Earl & Earl, PLLC, we are here to help.
When your family has lost a loved one due to someone else’s negligence or recklessness or other legal fault, you and your family deserve to pursue accountability and a financial recovery in a wrongful death claim. We will work hard to pursue those goals and meet your family’s unique needs.
When you work with us, you and your family will never be just another case number. We will treat you and your family like members of our own family. That means that you can expect personalized service and prompt communications from our legal team throughout your case.
To learn more, contact Earl & Earl, PLLC today for a free case review. You can speak to a Colorado wrongful death attorney and learn more about the legal rights and options you and your family have for pursuing accountability and justice after losing a loved one to the wrongful acts and omissions of another party. With offices in Colorado Springs, Castle Rock, Grand Junction, Denver, and Pueblo, we serve clients throughout Colorado.
When Is a Death Considered ‘Wrongful’?
A death is considered “wrongful” when an individual’s passing is caused by or attributable to the negligence, recklessness, or willful actions of another party. A wrongful death claim can be thought of as a personal injury claim that the deceased individual would have brought had they survived the injury or illness inflicted upon them by another party.
For example, a death may be considered “wrongful” when it results from a car accident caused by another negligent or reckless motorist. A wrongful death can also occur due to negligent medical treatment. A dangerous or defective condition on someone else’s property could also give rise to a wrongful death claim in Colorado.Contact Us Now