Giroux Amburn, P.C.

Wrongful Death

If you have lost a family member due to negligence or wrongdoing, you may be entitled to compensation.

A wrongful death claim exists when a person dies due to the negligence, or misconduct, of another person.

The law office of Giroux Amburn understands this loss can be devastating to the entire family. Those who were dependent on the decedent may be entitled to monetary damages for the loss of financial support and medical bills as well as the loss of love, society and companionship of the family member.

There are many different types of wrongful death claims, including:

  • Hospital negligence
  • Nursing negligence
  • Failure to timely treat a patient
  • Police misconduct
  • Motor vehicle accident cases
  • Motorcycle accident cases

We understand that there is no amount of financial payment that can ever compensate for the loss of a loved one. However, the impact of the loss of a loved one reaches far beyond the facts of the case. It is our goal to hold the responsible party accountable for the damage they have done and assist in providing closure to the impacted families.

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