If you have lost a loved one due to the negligence or recklessness of someone else, you may be eligible to file a wrongful death suit. Designed to compensate the family of the victim, a successful wrongful death suit can help you recover damages from the party responsible for your loved one’s death. While laws vary from state to state, typically a wrongful death suit can be brought by the executor or administrator of the estate of the deceased individual.
In a wrongful death lawsuit, you may be able to seek compensation for:
At Robert V. Russo Law Offices, we have 40 years of combined experience and have handed wrongful death cases in both Rhode Island and Massachusetts. We will handle your case with the care and respect it deserves.
To speak with our Providence wrongful death lawyer, call (401) 751-6100.
Dealing with a wrongful death suit is complicated, and it is important that you secure legal representation. Depending on the circumstances of your case, the statute of limitations for your case and the damages you are able to seek compensation for may vary. In addition to helping you file your suit, an experienced attorney can help guide you through the entire process, ensuring that the best interest of you and your family is put first. The wrongful death attorneys at Robert V. Russo Law Offices know how difficult this process is, and are prepared to fight for you and your family.
Losing a loved one is always painful, and losing someone because of another’s actions is devastating. Robert V. Russo Law Offices is dedicated to helping clients recover damages, and we will handle your case with the compassion and care it deserves. We take wrongful death cases seriously and believe that everyone deserves aggressive legal representation. Proud to be named a “Top Ten Attorney” by NAOPIA for personal injury, the Providence wrongful death lawyers of Robert V. Russo Law Offices are prepared to use their extensive knowledge and experience to help you. Call us today.
If you believe you have grounds for a wrongful death case in Rhode Island or Massachusetts, call us at (401) 751-6100.
Free initial case evaluations are offered.