Peoria Wrongful Death Attorneys
Attorney Representation in Phoenix, Arizona Since 1996
Peoria Wrongful Death
When pursuing a Peoria wrongful death claim, you want an experienced law firm representing you. The burden of proof for winning a wrongful death claim is on the surviving family member or members. Not only is seeking legal counsel immediately important, but gathering all the related facts and circumstances around the death is critical to proving the case. The attorneys at Breyer Law Offices have the knowledge, resources, confidence and competence to pursue your claim. Whether your loved one was involved in a car accident, a medical incident or accident caused by a product malfunction, you may be entitled to compensation. Proving liability for the cause of death is necessary to win the case.
Beyond the tragic loss of the companionship of your family member, there is usually financial hardship. This hardship can be due to direct costs involved or possibly due to the loss of income provided by that person. One thing that can help restore a degree of normalcy in your life might be enough money to prevent financial stress and worry. The way to that compensation is through legal action.
Arizona has a two-year statute of limitations for filing a wrongful death claim. The law also designates who may bring a claim against the responsible party or company involved in the case. These are the following:
- Surviving spouse
- Parent or guardian
- Personal representative making the claim on behalf of the estate
Contact the Peoria lawyers at Breyer Law Offices, P.C.
If you question the circumstances causing the death of your loved one, consider calling for a free consultation. The Peoria personal injury lawyers at Breyer Law Offices can tell you whether you have a legitimate case. Alexis and Mark Breyer will be able to assess the facts and help you make a decision regarding whether or not to move forward with a claim. Making that decision will give you a sense of relief. You will have your questions answered and may or may not authorize the Breyers to begin the legal process of recovering damages on your behalf. Either way, a phone call to our offices to arrange a no obligation consultation is your first step. Please feel free to contact us today at (602) 457-6222, (623) 455-6603, (480) 389-2463, (520) 308-6762 or, en Español, (602) 222-8787.