These are the cases that break our hearts, but we know that when a loved one succumbs to injuries sustained in a negligent accident, the family needs an attorney who will fight for justice and hold those found to be negligent fully accountable.
Damages sought on your behalf include:
Loss of life itself
Loss of enjoyment of life
Loss of love and affection
Pain and suffering before death
Medical, hospital and other health care expenses
Punitive damages (the amount the defendant should pay as punishment)
In Arkansas, the wrongful death statute of limitations is two years from the date of death for medical or professional malpractice cases and three years from the date of death in product liability or nonprofessional cases, such as drunk driving.
Types of wrongful death cases include:
Auto, truck and motorcycle accidents
Bicycle or pedestrian accidents
Death during a supervised activity
To those reading this who have suffered a loss due to the negligence of another, we are so sorry and want to help. We’ll hold the wrongdoer accountable and seek damages for entitled family members, who may include spouses, children, siblings, parents, grandchildren and financial dependents. Your attorney will work with you to determine who is required to bring the wrongful death suit, who is entitled to compensation and who is responsible for paying the victims. Give us a call to discuss further so we can seek justice for your family.
Snellgrove, Langley, Culpepper, Williams & Mullally 111 East Huntington Ave., 2nd Floor, Jonesboro, Arkansas 72401