Wrongful Death Lawyer in Daphne
Providing Caring Representation & Legal Support throughout Alabama
Losing a loved one under any circumstances can be emotionally crippling, especially if the accident was caused by another party. Not only do you have to deal with the grief of your loss, but soon medical bills and funeral expenses may start to pile up. If you believe that your loved one's death was caused by another party's reckless behavior or negligence, you may be able to file a claim to recover damages. Our Daphne wrongful death lawyer who serves all of Alabama at Elizabeth A. Citrin, P.C. can provide you with dedicated representation to help reduce the burden on your shoulders.
Reach out to us today at (251) 202-3374 to learn how we can help you and your family.
Common Causes of Wrongful Deaths
Wrongful death can be caused by a variety of accidents that occur frequently in daily life.
A few of the most common causes of wrongful deaths include:
- Vehicle accidents
- Pedestrian accidents
- Workplace accidents
- Defective products
In order to determine the cause of the accident which led to the death of your loved one, we will conduct thorough research and investigatory work. We take the time to look into accident photos, speak to witnesses, and review statements from the other party. Once we have enough evidence, we can begin building a case which shows that the other party was responsible and that you deserve to receive financial compensation.
Compassionate Help for You & Your Family
There are different types of compensation which you may be entitled to, depending on the circumstances and your unique case. We strive to recover damages for pain and suffering, lost wages, medical bills, funeral expenses, and even loss of companionship. You can rely on our experienced Daphne wrongful death lawyer who serves all of Alabama to provide you with the care and respect you deserve.
For a consultation with Elizabeth A. Citrin, contact us at (251) 202-3374.
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