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Glendale Wrongful Death Lawyer

Glendale Wrongful Death Lawyer

Wrongful death is a preventable fatality that occurs due to someone else’s negligence, wrongful act, recklessness, or default. It is a great tragedy that can destroy a family. At Shapiro Law Team, we know nothing will make things completely right after a wrongful death. We hope to bring you some peace and justice, however, through aggressive litigation against a defendant on your loved one’s behalf.

The lawyer you choose to represent you and your family during a wrongful death claim matters. Select your representation wisely for the best possible legal experience and results. Choose David Shapiro, who has dedicated his life to helping people like you, as your advocate for experience, honesty, and hard work. Contact us right away if you believe you have a wrongful death claim in Glendale, Arizona.

Why Choose Us?

  • We offer high-quality wrongful death representation to clients throughout Arizona. Our attorneys have successfully recovered millions of dollars on behalf of their clients.
  • We know how emotional these types of claims can be for families. We treat our clients in Glendale with the same respect and compassion we would want for our own family members.
  • We take all Glendale wrongful death cases on a contingency fee basis. You will only pay our service fees if we are successful in winning financial compensation on your behalf.

When to Call a Wrongful Death Lawyer

Not every fatal accident leads to a wrongful death claim. Surviving family members will only have the right to file if someone else’s neglect, default, or wrongful act caused the death. A car crash, for example, could lead to a wrongful death claim if the other driver was operating under the influence of alcohol. If you suspect the fault of someone else in causing or contributing to your loved one’s death, contact an attorney for a free overview of your case. If you do have the elements of a claim, a lawyer can help you pursue maximum compensation for you and your loved one’s damages.

Why File a Wrongful Death Claim?

The three reasons we most often hear from clients for bringing wrongful death claims are for justice, public safety, and financial compensation. A successful claim could bring justice for your loved one by holding the at-fault party accountable for his or her actions. You and your attorney can be your loved one’s voice in court, standing up for what is right and seeking accountability for wrongful or negligent acts.

Filing a wrongful death claim could also improve public safety in Glendale. Holding an individual or company liable for the fatal accident could force that party to change the way it operates, potentially protecting others from the same fate as your loved one. Finally, filing a wrongful death claim could compensate surviving loved ones and the deceased person’s estate for damages the accident caused.

A successful insurance claim or lawsuit after a family member’s death could provide compensation for related medical bills, funeral and burial costs, pain and suffering (both yours and that of your loved one), lost earnings, loss of consortium, and lost household services. The total value of your claim will depend on the damages suffered and several other factors.

Do You Need a Lawyer? Contact Us 24/7 for a Free Consultation

The most common accidents that lead to wrongful death claims in Arizona are motor vehicle collisions, workplace disasters, falls, premises accidents, explosions, medical malpractice, defective products, and intentional crimes. Our lawyers have experience in all of these case types and more. We know how to navigate a wrongful death claim in Arizona for the best possible results for each client. We also know how much a wrongful death claim can mean to you and your family. Trust your claim to the right hands. Call Shapiro Law Team 24/7 at (480) 300-5405 for a free case evaluation.

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