Jackowiak Law Offices - Wrongful Death
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Wrongful Death

The loss of a loved one is one of the most painful experiences in life. That experience can be even more painful if the death was caused by the negligence of another person or corporation. If a member of your family has suffered a fatal injury that could have been avoided, we offer our deepest sympathy. Somebody special has been taken from you without justification, and it is impossible to put a monetary amount on your loss. Our job as wrongful death lawyers, however, is to make sure that you receive full compensation for your loss. Legal and financial matters seem secondary, and can be unbearable in a time of grief. But a compassionate and dedicated wrongful death lawyer can be an important counselor and ally at a time when grieving makes life difficult.

Wrongful death can result from all types of injuries and accidents, including car accidents, truck accidents, construction accidents and medical malpractice. But no matter what caused the death, our Illinois wrongful death lawyers will be by your side. Our attorneys are experienced in proving negligence, which is just the first step in proving a claim for wrongful death.

Wrongful death law allows surviving family members to be compensated for both economic and non economic losses, including loss of financial support, love, supervision, grief, care, general household assistance and guidance. The pain and suffering of the deceased can also be recovered if the decedent suffered. We also have the knowledge and tenacity to get maximum compensation for the surviving family members.

Contact an Illinois Wrongful Death Attorney

Our wrongful death lawyers hold responsible anyone guilty of negligently causing somebody's death. Time is of the essence in wrongful death cases. Preserving evidence and identifying defendants are key factors in many wrongful death cases. This requires retaining investigators and experts to begin investigations and evaluations as quickly as possible. Hiring legal representation should not be delayed. Compensation cannot right a wrong, but it can provide support and compensation for families struggling with medical bills, grief, lost wages, and pain and suffering. For a free consultation and evaluation of your case, contact us by email or call us at 312-795-9595.