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Wrongful Death Attorney In St. Louis

The Bradley Law Firm is Proud to be the Premier Wrongful Death Attorney in St. Louis

Wrongful Death Attorney In St. LouisLosing a loved one suddenly is a tragedy, but it’s even more of a tragedy when you realize that their death could have been completely avoided. If you’ve lost your loved one due to a wrongful death, you will need to contact the Bradley Law Firm, the premier wrongful death attorney in St. Louis, to get your family the justice it deserves.

How do you know if you need to call a wrongful death attorney in St. Louis?

While death is a natural part of life, there are some deaths that can be avoided. You will need to call a lawyer immediately if:

  1. Your loved one has died as a result of another person’s, or company’s, negligence. Nearly any type of personal injury claim that results in death can qualify as a wrongful death case, and this includes – but is certainly not limited to – deaths that come as a result of: car accidents, medical malpractice and errors, defective products (especially those that have caused deaths in the past), construction site accidents, and accidents that occurred on someone else’s property.
  2. Your loved one has died as a result of another person’s, or company’s, willfully malicious acts. Let’s say a company has received word that their building is full of a toxic chemical, and they must evacuate the building and remove the toxic chemical or their employees will die. If the company fails to comply, and their employees die as a result, the employees’ families would have a wrongful death case against the company.

So, what sort of expenses can you petition for in a wrongful death suit? Amongst the many expenses you will be able to petition for – and receive, if you’re successful in your claim – in a wrongful death suit include, but are certainly not limited to, the following:

  1. Medical and funeral expenses
  2. Lost wages, benefits, and inheritance
  3. Loss of consortium and companionship (remember, marriage is looked at as a legally binding contract between two people, so if one spouse dies as a result of negligence or maliciousness, the other spouse can sue for the loss of that contract), and
  4. Pain and suffering.

Contact us today for all your needs!

While past results do not guarantee future success, the Bradley Law Firm is pleased to have earned the reputation of being the best wrongful death attorney in St. Louis, so contact them today if you have a case that needs representation.