Wrongful Death Attorneys Roseburg
If your loved one has died as a result of negligence or irresponsibility on the part of another person or entity, you are facing the most tragic situation a person or family can face: a case of wrongful death. When your loved one dies needlessly, the grief can be overwhelming. Taking legal action at a time like this may seem impossible, but it is important to consider that you and your family may be facing a considerable financial and personal burden in the future because of this death. Your loved one can never be brought back, but the responsible party should be held morally, legally, and financially accountable; your future is at stake. Most wrongful deaths are caused by a personal injury of some kind, including:
- Premises Liability: serious physical injuries that result in death, or an immediate death that occurs on public or private properties
- Product Liability: defective and/or dangerous products which, when used, cause serious physical injuries that result in death, or immediate death/li>
- Vehicle Accidents: serious physical injuries that result in death, or immediate death that is caused by any kind of moving vehicle
- Medical Malpractice: impairment and/or affliction that results in death, or immediate death that is caused by medical error or medical negligence on the part of any kind of health care provider.
Legally, a “Wrongful Death” action is a case where the reckless or negligent conduct of another person or entity results in a fatality, or injuries that lead to a fatality. When you have lost a loved one, there is no amount of money that will ever replace that life, but you have a right to whatever comfort can be found in bringing that loss to reparation. The firm of Shlesinger & deVilleneuve has been fighting for the rights of injured Oregonians for over four decades. We have obtained more than $100 million in compensation for our clients, and we are successful in 95% of our cases. Our attorneys are dedicated to advocating for people who are facing this kind of devastating loss in a compassionate and caring way. Please call us, and we will get back to you the same day to schedule a complimentary consultation; we never accept a fee unless we recover damages for you.