Kansas Wrongful Death Lawyer
Topeka Injury Firm Fighting for Justice and Compensation Since 2000
If the negligence of another party has unfortunately led to the death of
a loved one, the grief can be unbearable. The sudden passing of a loved
one is never easy to deal with, especially when you have knowledge that
their death was the consequence of another's carelessness. Fortunately,
justice can be achieved with the help of an experienced
personal injury attorney.
The Topeka wrongful death lawyers at Palmer Law Group LLP are well aware
of your immense grief and are here to offer compassionate and personalized
legal assistance to help get you through this devastating time. Our results-driven
representation is aimed at holding the responsible party accountable for
their actions and pursuing the compensation you deserve. With over $60
million recovered for our clients, we're confident that we can help
you pursue the most desirable outcome for your case and hopefully ease
some of your pain along the way.
Call (888) 379-1492 today to take the first step towards award-winning and trusted representation.
What Constitutes as a Wrongful Death?
While any loss of life is regrettable, unnecessary deaths brought about
by someone else's negligent actions can be particularly damaging.
If certain requirements regarding the circumstances of the death are met,
the survivors of the deceased may be able to recover monetary damages.
A death is deemed wrongful if the following three requirements are fulfilled:
- Conduct amounting to a breach of duty of care or negligence occurred.
- The death of another person is a direct result of this conduct.
- The injured person would have been entitled to sue if they had not died.
Common issues surround the fulfillment of the second requirement. For example,
if a person were inadvertently poisoned by another person but then died
a week later in a
car accident, there would no longer be a valid claim against the person who poisoned
the deceased. Similarly, deaths that occur while committing a felony also
cannot be deemed wrongful as they would not have had the right to sue
if they survived.
Seek Justice for Your Loved Ones – Call Today!
If you believe that the circumstances surrounding your loved one's
death are wrongful, it is urgent that you contact a Topeka wrongful death
attorney at once. Kansas law imposes a two year statute of limitations
on wrongful death claims, meaning that your right to file a case will
expire if not completed within the allotted time. At Palmer Law Group
LLP, we believe that everyone should be able to seek compensation for
the loss of their loved ones. Backed by numerous awards and the recognition
of both our clients and our peers, our legal team has what it takes to
uphold your rights and preserve your loved one's legacy.
Take advantage of your
free case evaluation today to let us know more about your case. Our award-winning lawyers are