Kansas Wrongful Death Attorney

Losing a loved one in an accident is something that no family ever wishes to go through.

Kansas Wrongful Death Lawyer

You may be able to file a wrongful death claim to recover damages

Did you lose a loved one because of someone else’s careless, negligent or even criminal actions? Our Kansas wrongful death lawyers can help.

Losing a loved one in an accident is something that no family ever wishes to go through. In virtually all wrongful death cases, when the action or inaction of another person or party directly leads to the death of another, the family of that victim is entitled to bring wrongful death action against the negligent party to collect damages.

Wrongful Death Damages

If your loved one was killed in an accident, you may be able to file a wrongful death claim to recover damages for:

  1. Funeral/burial costs
  2. Medical expenses
  3. Loss of income
  4. Pain and suffering, and other economic and noneconomic damages

Many people ask us “Is there a limit to how much money I can recover?” The answer to this question is both yes and no. If you wish to file a wrongful death case, you will likely be claiming losses both economic and noneconomic. An example of an economic harm would be medical bills, as these are tangible and quantifiable.

An example of a noneconomic harm would be “pain and suffering” which, while felt probably more bitterly than even the financial harms, is not a tangible or easily quantifiable harm. Our experienced Kansas injury attorney at Pyle Law can evaluate your case to find out the maximum noneconomic and economic damages you can claim after the death of your loved one.

Who can file a wrongful death lawsuit?

According to Kansas Law:

Kansas law allows “any one of the heirs at law of the deceased” to file a wrongful death claim in court. In most wrongful death cases, this means that one of the following individuals will likely file the wrongful death lawsuit:

  1. the surviving spouse
  2. any surviving child or children
  3. the surviving parents or grandparents, or
  4. the surviving siblings of the deceased person.

Because the surviving family members are typically the parties to whom damages are paid — to compensate them for the economic and emotional effects of their loss — it is most common for these individuals to file the wrongful death claim in court.

Although there are a variety of people who might be entitled to bring a wrongful death claim, they must file together because only one action can be brought against a Defendant for the death of any person.

Hiring a Kansas Wrongful Death Attorney

We have many years of experience in dealing with all types of injury, accident, illness, and wrongful death cases. When you need experienced, reliable legal representation, do not hesitate to turn to Kansas-based Pyle Law . Contact us today for a free consultation with a legal professional who genuinely cares about your case.

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