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Milford Wrongful Death Lawyer

Losing somebody that you love is a challenge that we wish nobody had to experience. Unfortunately, there are times when the careless or negligent actions of others lead to untimely and unexpected deaths. At Jacobs & Jacobs, our qualified team is standing by to help when you need a Milford wrongful death lawyer by your side. Our law firm has extensive resources that we can use to fully investigate what happened and help your family recover the closure and financial compensation you need.

Why Turn to Jacobs & Jacobs for Help With Your Case?

  • At Jacobs & Jacobs, we have more than 100 years of experience handling complex injury and wrongful death claims, and many of our clients are referred to us by other legal professionals because they know that we get results.
  • Our personal injury attorneys prepare every wrongful death case as if it will go to trial because we feel that is what we owe the families who have lost loved ones.
  • We handle Milford wrongful death cases on a contingency fee basis, which means that our clients will not have to pay a single dime in legal fees until after we obtain the compensation they need.

How Will an Attorney Help With a Wrongful Death Claim in Milford?

In the state of Connecticut, wrongful death cases need to be acted on by estates and families very quickly. Our Milford wrongful death lawyers make sure that claims are filed within the two-year Connecticut wrongful death statute of limitations.

A wrongful death lawsuit typically involves expensive investigations that take time and resources – both of which family members and the estate of the deceased usually do not have. Our legal team investigates the incident that led to the death, determines liability, and handles all negotiations with the insurance company and other parties in an attempt to secure complete compensation. We diligently seek justice for your loved one and are committed to providing constant and compassionate support.

Who Can File for Wrongful Death in Milford?

It is important to understand that the state of Connecticut only allows the executor or administrator of a deceased person’s estate to bring a wrongful death claim. This differs from other states where families are allowed to file these claims (Conn. Gen. Stat. § 52-555 (2021).

If an executor or administrator of the deceased’s estate is successful with their claim, there are several categories of losses that could the awarded. This includes, but is not limited to, the following:

  • Funeral and burial expenses
  • The deceased’s lost earning capacity
  • Compensation for pain and suffering the deceased experienced before their death
  • Coverage of any necessary medical expenses the deceased incurred before death
  • Loss of consortium on behalf of a spouse
  • …and more

In certain situations involving motor vehicle accidents, the court is allowed to award double or triple economic damages for wrongful death claims in the event the driver who caused the accident deliberately or recklessly disregarded various traffic laws AND these deliberate or reckless actions were a substantial factor in causing the death.

Call a Milford Wrongful Death Attorney Today

If you have a loved one due to the careless or negligent actions of another individual, business, or entity in the Milford area, reach out to the team at Jacobs & Jacobs for help as soon as possible. We have extensive experience handling complex injury and wrongful death claims throughout Connecticut, and we are ready to get to work on your behalf immediately. Let our personal injury lawyers help you recover the closure you are entitled to after going through this unexpected tragedy. When you need a Milford wrongful death attorney, you can contact us online or by calling us at (203) 777-2300.

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