Wrongful Death Attorneys in Warren County, MO

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Warren County, MO, Wrongful Death Attorneys

Wrongful Death Attorneys in Warren County, MO. The Dixon Injury Firm offers professional legal support to families that have suffered a wrongful death. There are a number of parties who can be sued for wrongful death, including businesses, insurance companies, and any negligent actor. It’s important for survivors to reach out to a qualified attorney to see if you’re owed reimbursement after an incident. Our Wrongful Death Attorneys will fight for your claim or go to trial. If we don’t win your case, you don’t pay. Don’t hesitate to contact our Warren County, MO, wrongful death lawyers today for a consultation.

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There are various types of compensation you can receive for a wrongful death settlement. Wrongful death cases are complicated, and if you’re looking to get justice you’re going to need a qualified lawyer. The Dixon Injury Firm has handled car accident cases, premises liability, medical malpractice, truck crashes, and other claims. All of these can lead to a wrongful death lawsuit. Below, you can find a few facts about these types of cases in Missouri and Illinois.

  • According to the Centers for Disease Control, there are over 40,000 vehicle-related deaths each year.
  • Designated beneficiaries (people who can sue for a wrongful death) include immediate family members, life partners, financial dependents, and parents of unmarried children.
  • Different states have different time limits on filing a wrongful death claim (usually 2-3 years). Contact our Warren County, MO, wrongful death attorneys now to learn more about the statute of limitations.
  • Unintentional injuries (falls, mostly), poisoning, car and truck accidents, and medical malpractice are the top causes of wrongful death.
  • Reimbursement factors usually include medical bills, funeral expenses, counseling, loss of companionship, loss of income, and others.

Wrongful death claims can get complicated very quickly. There are different laws in Missouri and Illinois, various parties may be liable, and settlement amounts can change drastically. Survivors and family members may be able to collect millions of dollars depending on the claim.

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Common Wrongful Death Claims

It’s our job at the Dixon Injury Firm to protect your rights. Whether it’s a family that lost someone because of a distracted driver, a worker who was killed in a construction accident, or just an innocent bystander, it is important to our firm to provide quality legal counsel. Below are some of the most common types of wrongful death claims we’ve had experience handling:

  • Car Accidents
  • Criminal Acts
  • Workplace Negligence
  • Product Liability
  • Drowning
  • Medical Malpractice
  • Defective Drugs
  • Truck Accidents
  • Bicycle Accidents
  • Electrocution

Getting a lawyer right away is essential for winning a wrongful death case. Our Warren County, MO, wrongful death lawyers have won over $35,000,000 in case victories. Learn more about our wrongful death attorneys here.

A wrongful death claim can be used for funeral expenses, loss of companionship, support, counseling, and other damages. An overlooked damage includes loss of wages that may be equal to a certain percent of a state’s minimum wage.

Medical malpractice wrongful death is particularly challenging. Our firm will look into any drugs that were prescribed, the provider’s experience, and even any negligence on behalf of the medical facility. Unintentional death at the workplace is another major concern for our Warren County, MO, wrongful death attorneys. Often, work-related fatalities are attributed to safety cutbacks and other hazards. Parents, siblings, nieces and nephews, spouses, children, and other family members may be eligible to file a wrongful death claim. Contact the Warren County, MO, wrongful death attorneys now to learn more about our free case reviews and consultations.

Damages for Wrongful Death Claims in Warren County, MO

Warren County, MO, Wrongful Death Lawyers

Most states allow you to claim special and general damages. Regarding economic damages, the typical is to multiply any financial compensation (from hospital fees, burial costs, etc.) by 4 or 5. It is important for survivors to not rush large insurance companies or negligent parties with a demand letter. Our Warren County, MO, wrongful death attorneys have experience dealing with insurers and can help you send a demand letter that clearly outlines the claim.

There are four things to consider in any wrongful death case in order to prove negligence:

  1. Duty of Care: As a society, it’s our duty to act responsibly. For example, you are supposed to stop at red lights and provide a safe work environment.
  2. Breach: A breach is when a third party fails to show duty of care. A good example would be if an intoxicated driver failed their duty of care by blowing a stop sign and killing a pedestrian.
  3. Causation: It’s important to prove that a negligent party’s breach of duty of care actually caused you (the survivor) harm. If you’re in a car accident, it’s important to prove that a negligent party caused the accident.
  4. Damages: To get reimbursement, you’re going to have to prove that you were financially harmed. This includes medical expenses, lost time from work, funeral expenses, pain and suffering, and other damages.

There are lots of factors to consider, such as property damage, lost wages, loss of companionship, and any physical and mental distress felt by the victim before their death. Read our wrongful death FAQs to learn more about the claims process. Here are some of the most common questions we’re asked about these lawsuits:

It’s important to know your rights as a survivor and how to approach a case. The easy answer is to contact a wrongful death attorney in Warren County, MO, right away for legal counsel and support.

THe Dixon Injury Firm offers a range of legal counsel for clients in the Warren County area. These include the following practice areas:

View some of our firm’s results and recent cases and testimonials to learn more. A death in the family can cause financial difficulties for surviving family members, and it is our goal to help those families get the compensation they deserve.

Contact Wrongful Death Attorneys in Warren County, MO, Now

There’s a lot that goes into every case, and as Warren County, MO, wrongful death attorneys, it’s our duty to help victims and their families gather all of the required information in order to be fairly reimbursed. The Dixon Injury Firm has your back. Reach out to our Warren County, MO, wrongful death lawyers today to learn more about our capabilities. We offer free case reviews and consultations.

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