The untimely loss of a loved one due to another’s negligence is a devastating experience that no family should endure. Car accidents stand as one of the most common causes of wrongful death. To navigate the complexities of vehicular accident-related claims, it is imperative to consult a Washington or California wrongful death attorney well-versed in state-specific traffic laws, liability rules, and insurance regulations. Justice Through Compensation specializes in representing plaintiffs in Washington and California who seek legal redress for wrongful death. Our focus is not merely on winning cases; it’s on delivering justice and helping families find closure.

Wrongful Death Laws and Process

Washington and California have distinct laws and regulations surrounding wrongful death claims. In Washington, for instance, the Revised Code of Washington (RCW) 4.20.010 stipulates who may file a wrongful death claim, including spouses and children. California’s wrongful death laws (California Code of Civil Procedure § 377.60) offer similar avenues for legal relief but may differ in terms of statute limitations and damages calculation.

Proving wrongful death is a critical aspect of any claim, serving as the foundation upon which your case is built, that is why strong evidence is paramount. This may include police reports, medical records, eyewitness accounts, and expert testimonies. A knowledgeable Washington or California wrongful death lawyer will typically conduct an extensive investigation to gather all relevant evidence.

Free Consultation With Our Wrongful Death Attorney

Proving wrongful death is an involved and complicated process. When you turn to Justice Through Compensation, you engage an experienced and competent wrongful death law firm in Washington and California – offering a free consultation to evaluate the merit of your claim and guiding you through the legal maze. Our services extend from collecting essential evidence, liaising with law enforcement, to negotiating settlements or taking the case to court when necessary. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and learn more about how we can help you with your claim.