The death of a loved one can be extremely devastating especially if you believe that their death could have easily been prevented. The liable party should be held responsible for their negligence.  If you believe that your loved one’s death can be attributed to someone’s reckless or intentional act, call 1-800-LAWBOSS. Our experienced attorneys will work tirelessly to get justice for your loved one’s unexpected death. 

While no amount of money can replace the loss of a loved one, pursuing a wrongful death claim can help alleviate the financial burdens and hold responsible parties accountable. In a wrongful death case, eligible family members may seek compensation for:

  • Funeral and Burial Expenses: Costs associated with laying their loved one to rest.
  • Medical Bills: Expenses related to medical treatment before the death.
  • Lost Income: Compensation for the deceased’s lost wages and potential future earnings.
  • Loss of Companionship: Recognizing the emotional impact on family members.
  • Pain and Suffering: Compensation for the deceased’s pain and suffering before passing.


At Uvalle Law Firm, we approach wrongful death cases with compassion and determination. Our experienced wrongful death attorneys understand the legal complexities involved and will fight tirelessly to seek justice for your loved one.

Wrongful death occurs when a person dies due to the negligence or misconduct of another party. This can include accidents, medical malpractice, defective products, or intentional acts. Wrongful death claims seek to provide compensation to surviving family members for their losses.

Typically, immediate family members such as spouses, children, and parents of the deceased can file a wrongful death claim. In some states, domestic or life partners, siblings, or other dependents may also have the right to file.

Damages in a wrongful death case can include compensation for medical expenses related to the deceased’s final injury or illness, funeral and burial expenses, loss of future income and benefits, loss of companionship, and pain and suffering of surviving family members.

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