We Bring Critical Resources and Experience to Wrongful Death Lawsuits
A wrongful death is one that is caused by the negligent or wrongful act of another. Examples include deaths that result from a drunk driving accident, an unsafe property condition or a serious vehicle collision. A wrongful death lawsuit can be filed against an individual or against an entity, such as a corporation or municipality.
We take wrongful death cases on a contingency fee basis, which means you will only pay attorney fees if we obtain a recovery for you.
While it is clear that no amount of money will replace the loss of a loved one, it can prevent surviving family members from facing financial hardships caused by the loss.
The Right Mix of Empathy and Determination
At the law offices of Olsen & Oliver, PLLC, in Paducah, we represent clients in Western Kentucky and Southern Illinois in wrongful death cases. Our attorneys bring a great deal of empathy and sensitivity to these cases, providing family members the time to grieve over their loss while remaining focused on developing the strongest possible case.
Because of the high stakes involved in wrongful death lawsuits, these cases are often defended aggressively. Our firm has the resources and the experience to build compelling cases, and our lawyers have the knowledge necessary to counter the tactics used to deny liability or minimize the damages that are sought in these lawsuits.
Prompt Action Is Important
If you have lost a loved one due to a negligent or wrongful act, we want to help. There are time limits on the right to file any injury claim, including a wrongful death action. Seeking legal advice promptly is important.
The preservation and collection of evidence also are vital in these cases, so it is important to contact an attorney as soon as possible. We welcome the opportunity to speak with you regarding a wrongful death lawsuit. We will review the facts of your case and recommend a course of action. Call 270-575-3500 or use our online contact form to schedule a free consultation.