Wrongful Death Lawyer in Bakersfield, CA
Did Someone's Negligence Cause Your Loved One's Death?
Losing a person that you love, whether a domestic partner, parent, child, or spouse, is often one of the most traumatic circumstances that can be experienced. When that person has been killed as the result of negligence or an act of maliciousness by another individual, the situation can seem that much crueler. Contact our firm at your earliest convenience for the assistance that you need and deserve.
At the Law Offices of Craig A. Edmonston, we have experience handling wrongful death claims. We can help you obtain the damages that you deserve after the traumatic loss of your loved one. California law provides surviving relatives with the ability to file a wrongful death claim for various damages suffered as a result of the death.
Damages you can potentially obtain include:
- Surviving individual's financial loss
- Loss of relationship
- Pain and suffering of the victim prior to death
- Medical bills prior to death
- Funeral expenses
Causes of Wrongful Death
Damages can be recovered after the irresponsibility of a third party has resulted in your loved one's death. In some circumstances, punitive damages can also be awarded by a court in cases such as when criminal activity led to the death. Drunk driving is an example of a case that can result in punitive damages.
Common causes of wrongful death include:
Regardless of the cause, it is important to take immediate action. Speak with Bakersfield personal injury lawyer Craig Edmonston today for the help you need.
Contact Our Firm for Skilled Advocacy
Our legal team provides experienced and effective legal guidance to individuals who are suffering the tragic loss of their loved ones. We can provide you with the compassionate and caring support that your family requires during this difficult time.
Call us today to schedule a free case evaluation. Our Bakersfield wrongful death lawyers understand that no amount of money can compensate for the emotional pain that you are experiencing, but it can help you protect your family's rights and rebuild your future.