St. Bernard Parish Wrongful Death Attorney
Wrongful Death Law in Louisiana & Statute of Limitations
In the state of Louisiana, wrongful death occurs when an individual dies
due to the
fault of another party. This death can be caused by an individual person or an entity, and may
be the result of negligence, recklessness, or even intentional actions.
Our firm understands that dealing with the loss of a loved one in such
a tragic manner is a difficult, emotional, and unexpected situation. Few
immediately consider taking legal action and even fewer know where to
begin. However, due to the statute of limitations in place, the family
members or personal representative of the estate has one year from the
date of death to file a wrongful death claim.
Compassionate & Caring Service When You Need It
At The Law Offices of Dan A. Robin, Jr., LLC, we understand that the legal
process and requirements for filing a wrongful death claim may seem complex,
confusing, and overwhelming. Our experienced personal injury lawyer sympathizes
with the delicate and sensitive nature of this painful time in your lives,
and is able to offer compassionate and caring service, and guide you through
the process. We can sit down with you during your free case evaluation,
better understand your case, provide you with the best courses of action
for moving forward, and represent your best interests as we fight for
the compensation you are owed.
Some of the economic and non-economic losses that you may be eligible to
- Funeral and burial expenses
- Medical bills related to the decedent's final illness or injury
- Lost wages and benefits
- Value of household services
- Damaged property
- Pain and suffering of the deceased
- Loss of care, companionship, guidance, and emotional support suffered by
family members as a result of the untimely death
Schedule Your Free Case Evaluation Today!
motor vehicle accidents to medical malpractice and defective consumer products, there are numerous
ways that wrongful death can occur. If a loved one has died due to the
fault of another party, now is the time to act. Contact our Chalmette
office today at (504) 267-2440 and schedule your free case evaluation!