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Losing a loved one is always difficult, but the loss can be compounded if it occurs due to another person’s negligence. After a fatal accident, the family of the victim may have the right to seek compensation for their loss through a civil lawsuit. However, successfully presenting such a case to a courtroom can be difficult and may require the expertise of a wrongful death attorney.
A lawyer will be able to help you navigate the legal process for filing a wrongful death lawsuit. They will also be able to advocate on your behalf, which may help lead to a settlement before trial.
A wrongful death settlement was recently reached between the Cleveland Police Department and the families of two people killed as the result of a police shooting. FOX 8 News reports the details of the settlement are being kept private pending a final ruling by the probate court.
At Nurenberg, Paris, Heller & McCarthy, we understand the struggle that comes with losing a loved one to the negligence of another, and we're hopeful the settlement in this case helps bring closure to the families of the victims.
We would also like to remind you that if your family member lost their life because of another person’s carelessness, we can help. We're here to assist you with opening an estate and help you file your life insurance claims. To learn more about how we can help, call (888) 900-6075 today.
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