Wrongful Death Attorneys in Southern California
Compassionate Legal Services for Surviving Family Members
It is never easy to lose a loved one, and the grieving process is amplified knowing that the loved one died due to another person’s negligence or wrongdoing. In one case, the truck driver was operating his truck in the wrong lane on the freeway. He failed to stop in time and rolled onto the top of a car, killing the driver instantly. At MCIS Lawyers, our Southern California wrongful death attorneys want to help your family and can assist you in filing a wrongful death case against responsible parties. We are an experienced firm that will work diligently to prove negligence and fight for compensation on due to the death of your loved one.
Following a devastating fatal accident, we encourage family members to contact MCIS Lawyers and schedule a free in-person case evaluation with our team.
The Benefits of Wrongful Death Claims after Your Loss
California law recognizes that negligent parties should be held responsible for the untimely death of an individual. Whether your loved one passed as a result of a workplace accident, from injuries related to an accident, a car collision, truck accident, or any other devastating incident, work with our team at MCIS Lawyers. Wrongful death cases are filed with the intent of proving a wrongful party is liable for the death, and should be responsible for damages.
Typical wrongful death compensation includes:
- Lost wages
- Pain and suffering
- Medical expenses
- Funeral costs
- Personal property damage
- Attorney fees
- Additional expenses accrued as a result of the death
Of course, each wrongful death case is unique and the evidence needed to prove each element of the case is unique. MCIS Lawyers knows the proof that is needed to win your case.
Schedule a Free In-Person Consultation with MCIS Lawyers
For more information about how our firm and how we can assist you during this difficult time, do not hesitate to call our office and schedule a free case evaluation. All of our consultations are professional and confidential, and our Southern California attorneys work on a contingency fee basis so you do not have to pay us until we obtain compensation for you.
To get started, call (855) 435-0666 today.