Quincy Wrongful Death
An unexpected death of a loved one can be very difficult. In 2008, 3.8% of all deaths in Massachusetts were caused by unintentional injuries. At Altman & Altman our greater Boston and Quincy wrongful death attorneys understand that a settlement will not replace your loss. However a settlement can provide needed financial assistance to a family that has lost a loved one due to the negligence of another.
There are several common wrongful death claims. These include: Motor vehicle accidents, work accidents, slip and fall accidents, truck accidents, defective products, exposure to hazardous materials, medical mistakes, and general negligence. If any of these accidents happen to a loved one, the Quincy wrongful death lawyers at Altman & Altman can guide you through this confusing process, explain in detail your legal options, and assist you in making a decision as to whether or not a wrongful death lawsuit is in the best interest of your family.
There are many components to a wrongful death claim, beginning with an immediate investigation of the scene of the injury or accident. Often times preserving evidence from the scene can lead to swifter resolution to a case. After the initial investigation our wrongful death attorneys have a much better understanding of the case and can then recommend whether filing a lawsuit, recommending mediation, arbitration or another course of action will be most appropriate.
Wrongful death lawsuits can hold a person, company, or employee civilly liable for the death of another person. This allows the family of a person who passed away to gain monetary compensation for their loss. If an accident happens and someone dies, often times a person or company can be held financially liable for the death. The wrongful death law offices of Altman & Altman have handled numerous wrongful death cases. While no two cases are alike, our goal never waivers from getting the family of a loved one the maximum economic compensation that they are entitled to. The Quincy wrongful death attorney’s at Altman & Altman are available for wrongful death case consultation 24 hours a day. If you prefer to send an email inquiry, please know that all inquiries are responded to immediately.