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  • Class Action
  • FAQs
  • Medical Malpractice
  • Motor Vehicle Accident
  • Personal Injury
  • Traumatic Brain and Spinal Cord Injury
  • Wrongful Death
FAQs

WHAT IS THE STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS FOR FILING A WRONGFUL DEATH CLAIM IN CALIFORNIA?

Surviving relatives must file a wrongful death claim within one year of their loved one’s death. If the death was caused by medical malpractice or exposure to asbestos, the statute of limitations for filing a wrongful death claim may be extended as necessary. Although we know that this is an emotionally trying time for your family to go through, it is important to pursue legal action in a timely manner. It is beneficial for surviving parties to contact our team of wrongful death lawyers soon after the death occurs so that we can bring the full force of the law against those responsible.

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WHAT KIND OF DAMAGES CAN BE COLLECTED IN A WRONGFUL DEATH CASE?

Damages are calculated based on several factors: The deceased’s wages at the time of death The future earning potential of the deceased The health, life expectancy, and age of the deceased before death The losses of insurance benefits, wages or salary, love, companionship, comfort, and support that surviving family members face Our Lancaster wrongful death lawyers faithfully serve residents in Palmdale, Santa Clarita, and surrounding areas. We at PARRIS understand that this is a difficult time for you and your family. Through hard work and dedication, we can help you obtain the monetary compensation you deserve.

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WHO CAN SUE FOR WRONGFUL DEATH?

In California, immediate family members, including spouses, children, stepchildren, and parents, are entitled to appoint a personal representative to their loved one’s estate and bring a wrongful death claim against the person or persons responsible for their loved one’s passing. It is recommended that families contact our wrongful death lawyers as soon as possible to expedite the legal process and ensure a positive outcome.

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WHAT IS WRONGFUL DEATH?

Wrongful death can be defined as the untimely and unexpected death of a person due to the negligent (or, less commonly, intentional) actions of another party. This horrific issue can arise in cases involving medical malpractice, motor vehicle accidents, premises liability claims, workplace accidents, or any other type of fatal personal injury. A person can also be wrongfully killed in instances involving intentional violence, such as in the case of murder. Learn more about how to prove wrongful death by contacting our Antelope Valley wrongful death attorneys today.

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HOW ARE SPINAL CORD INJURIES TREATED?

Treatment of spinal cord injuries may involve physical, occupational, and cognitive rehabilitation. Although extended hospital care and frequent surgeries are not uncommon, many victims of spinal cord injuries are able to receive outpatient care, allowing them more freedom and independence. Contact our spinal cord injury lawyers today to learn more.

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WHAT ARE THE CAUSES OF SPINAL CORD INJURIES?

The causes of spinal cord injuries are similar to the causes of traumatic brain injuries. Motor vehicle, workplace, and sporting accidents can all result in a spinal cord injury. Our spinal cord and head injury lawyers can help if someone you love has been injured due to the negligence of another party.

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