The Process That Starts A Wrongful Death Suit.

January 15, 2008 by  
Category: Wrongful Death

It never happens in a wrongful death case that someone explains that they did something wrong. For the most part, someone comes out of surgery, for instance, and says, “I am sorry your husband didn’t make it, he died during the surgery.” You then begin asking questions about what happened and for the most part […]

The Difference Between Cases Involving A Wrongful Death And Negligence.

January 14, 2008 by  
Category: Wrongful Death

Any death that’s a result of negligence is sometimes called wrongful death. This is more of an American term, because wrongful death results in damages being awarded differently than in other negligence cases. Most negligence cases deal with somebody who is hurt and seeks damages for their own injuries. In a wrongful death case, the […]

How Damages Are Determined In A Wrongful Death Case.

January 14, 2008 by  
Category: Wrongful Death

Damages in a wrongful death case are generally structured so that the surviving spouse receives 60 to 70 percent of the net income of the deceased from the time of death forward to the end of the deceased’s career. In many cases, a huge amount of accounting is involved when the deceased pursued a very […]

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