Compassionate Injury Attorneys After A Fatal Car Accident
The death of a loved one in a fatal car accident is tragic beyond words. The fact that other passengers in the car may also have sustained serious injuries makes the aftermath of fatal car accidents even more difficult.
After the first stages of the grieving process are underway, families may begin to have questions about their legal rights after losing a close family member in a fatal car or trucking accident. After a car or semi-truck accident caused by another driver, you may have questions such as:
- How are we going to survive financially, having lost our loved one’s income?
- Doesn’t it add insult to injury that we have to pay funeral expenses? Shouldn’t the at-fault driver pay?
- How do we get access to any workplace insurance payments or retirement plans that our loved one had?
- How can money compensate for the loss of a child?
- Having lost one or both parents in a fatal car accident, how will a minor child ever replace the care and guidance his parents provided? What about financial support?
Get Legal Advice In A Compassionate Setting
All of these questions, and others, can be answered by knowledgeable attorneys who have experience filing wrongful death and survival action lawsuits. At the Bowers Law Firm, we take some measure of professional pride in our ability to take at least some of the worries off the shoulders of families dealing with the loss of a loved one.
Our experienced legal team litigates wrongful death lawsuits in the courts of Wyoming, Utah and Idaho. We prefer to begin working on wrongful death actions as soon as possible — in order to collect important evidence and witness statements before memories or tire skid marks fade.
After you consult with one of our personal injury attorneys, we take on the full burden of negotiating with your loved one’s employer for any death benefits, guiding you through the process of filing insurance claims and filing a formal wrongful death lawsuit if necessary.
Complimentary Consultation By Phone Or In One Of Our Three Offices
Take advantage of our free initial consultation with one of our lawyers. We can speak by telephone, or at one of our three offices — in Afton, Wyoming; Smithfield, Utah; and Rexburg, Idaho.