How Much Should I Ask For In My Wrongful Death Claim?

Every family’s claim is different and the value is determined by a jury. How should you or your lawyer go about estimating that value in order to settle the case?

Suppose in the situation where the wrongdoer negligently caused property losses of $3,000,000 due to the destroyed art that he felt that it was fair to only offer $1,000,000 for the harm he caused. He said, “Well, $1,000,000 is enough money. That is such a large amount, that is all I am going to pay.” Further, he says, “If I pay any more money, that would be a windfall to the owners of the art.”

Would that be fair? No, because he should be required to pay for all the damage, not just part of it. Full value for the harm caused is what represents justice. Anything less than that represents an injustice to the person who has had his precious paintings damaged.

Shouldn’t the same thing be true when we are talking about the loss of the most precious of all things – human life? Not just any life, but a life that meant more to you than anything else in the world Therefore, you should not feel guilty about asking for the only Justice that the law allows – money – because it is both legal and righteous. In this book, I will show you all the potential damages and losses that you may claim against the person or company that wrongfully caused your loved one to die.

In this book, I will show you all the potential damages and losses that you may claim against the person or company that wrongfully caused your loved one to die.

The wrongdoer must be held accountable to you and your family for all the harms and losses you have sustained, regardless of whether these losses are financial or real human suffering that you and your family must now endure. Those are the Rules that apply to all of us, and there is nothing wrong in making the wrongdoer pay for ALL the harm he caused.

Therefore, you should not feel guilty about asking for the only Justice that the law allows – money – because it is both legal and righteous. In this book, I will show you all the potential damages and losses that you may claim against the person or company that wrongfully caused your loved one to die.

You should hire a lawyer if you have a wrongful death or survival act claim. The lawyers who specialize in these claims are those who are board certified in “Personal Injury Trial Law,” a different specialty than those involved in estate and probate matters. These lawyers are experienced in dealing with insurance carriers who pay these claims and trying these cases to juries.

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