While it is never easy to lose a loved one, this loss is particularly difficult to handle when it should have been avoidable. These situations can often leave you and your family with feelings of anger, frustration and confusion as to how this could have occurred. You might also be feeling overwhelmed at how your family will stay financially afloat if your deceased loved one provided for your family.
Losing a loved one is always tragic. When this death was needlessly caused by the negligence of another, it becomes even more devastating. At the Jensen Phelan Law Firm, P.C., we understand that you have a lot to process right now while you cope with the loss of your loved one, and seeking compensation is probably the farthest thing from your mind. However, recovering the compensation you deserve after a wrongful death can help your family get through this difficult financial time in your lives.
The death of a loved one is arguably the most difficult time you will face in your lifetime. When the death is from negligence or could have been prevented, your grief can worsen.
The pain of losing a loved one cannot be measured, and this anguish worsens when the cause of death could have (and should have) been avoided. Wrongful death in Arizona is defined as any death that is the result of neglect, default or a wrongful act.
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Medical error or negligence is the third leading cause of death in the U.S. and an estimated 200,000 people are killed each year. Yet, up to 75 percent of these cases are never filed.