Understanding Wrongful Death Claims In Kentucky
Nobody should have to experience the untimely loss of a loved one. The death of a spouse, a child, a parent or another family member in a fatal accident can leave you with both emotional and financial struggles.
Wrongful death claims are designed to compensate you for the financial aspects of your loss. Of course, you can’t put a price tag on the life of your loved one. But you can build the foundation for a better financial future by obtaining recovery for:
- Your loved one’s medical bills
- Funeral and burial expenses
- Your loved one’s conscious pain and suffering
- Lost earnings
- Loss of consortium for a spouse or child
If an intentional act or gross negligence – such as drunk driving – contributed to your loss, you may also be entitled to punitive damages.
Speak With A Lawyer Sooner Rather Than Later
After losing a loved one, the clock starts ticking on your legal rights. The deadline for bringing wrongful death claims in Kentucky is relatively swift. If you wait too long to consult with a lawyer, it could be too late to start building a strong case.
At Debra L. Broz, Attorneys at Law, PLC, we can help you take legal action against those at fault. Our lawyers will apply more than 60 combined years of personal injury experience to fight for your interests. We understand how to effectively pursue compensation that will meet your present and future needs.
Because we offer free initial consultations and contingency fee representation,* you have nothing to lose by contacting us about your case. Call our office anytime, 24/7, at 270-782-8184 to learn more. Based in Bowling Green, we handle wrongful death claims throughout Warren County and south-central Kentucky.
*The client is obligated to pay case expenses as well as court costs in the event of a recovery.