Responsibility in Wrongful Death Cases
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Losing a loved one - a husband, wife, mother, father, or child - can be devastating. Your grief can be compounded if the loss was due to negligence. An attorney experienced in wrongful death cases can help. We pursue the maximum compensation allowed by law for our clients who have experienced a wrongful death. We don't stop fighting for clients until they get justice. Call the Law Offices of Joe Bornstein right away for a free and confidential consultation: 1-866-275-4563.
Maine, like most other states, considers the responsibilities of both the person who died (the "decedent") and the person who the wrongful death suit claims is responsible (the "defendant" in the suit).
An examination of the decedent's responsibility may include the following questions:
- Did they seek prompt and appropriate medical attention?
- Did their own actions or negligence contribute to their death (for example, a passenger killed in a car accident who got in a vehicle with a drunk driver)?
An examination of the defendant's responsibility may include questions such as:
- Would the death have occurred without his or her actions or negligence?
- Could the defendant be expected to recognize the potential risk of his or her action?
We can help you sort out all the questions and get the justice you deserve. We often find and pursue negligence that others have overlooked and therefore successfully win compensation for clients and their families.
Joe can help with your wrongful death case. Call now.
A wrongful death has brought unexpected changes to your home life. We will share with you our honest opinion about the various options available to you and will communicate with you in a respectful manner that is straightforward and easy to understand. Our experienced attorneys have helped more than 24,000 Mainers just like you to move forward after a personal injury case.