If your loved one was the victim of a negligent driver and suffered from physical or financial damages there is little hesitation to contact a qualified Las Vegas auto accident or injury law firm. Often times, wrongful death victim’s families fails to file a claim for damages at all. Death is the most difficult time for any family. With so much going on, is it any wonder that people become disoriented. Between insurance claims, making final arrangements, and liquidating an estate so that surviving family members can go on, the thought of prosecuting the individual or organization that caused the incident is often an afterthought or overlooked entirely.
When a Driver Should Be Considered Negligent
Do you have a case? The first step in determining if a case should be pursued is determining if a death was caused by negligence. Each case is unique, and you should consult with an attorney about your specific circumstances. One example of a negligent driver is an individual that has been drinking and would have been considered intoxicated, even if their blood alcohol levels were within legal limits. Another example is a commercial truck driver that didn’t stop driving according to commercial driving regulations. Yet another example may be a reckless motorcyclist or automobile driver.
There is something you can do. You can to get some justice for your loved one that may have paid the ultimate price for another driver’s negligence. Contact the wrongful death attorneys at Hale Injury Law. We will help you understand your rights and help you get the compensation you deserve.