Helping Grieving Families Seek Answers And Proper Financial Compensation

Have you lost a loved one in a car accident? Has a family member died in a medical procedure gone wrong? If you have had someone taken from you due to the negligence of another, you are certainly going through a very traumatic time and you deserve the opportunity to achieve closure by whatever means are right for you.

One option is to pursue a legal claim against the responsible party. Attorney John Christiansen has extensive experience bringing wrongful death and survivor claims in Missouri and Kansas. For more than 25 years, John has helped clients understand their legal options and seek a fair result.

Don't hesitate to contact John, a Blue Springs fatal accident attorney, at his offices in Jackson County to schedule a free initial consultation. If you decide to pursue a claim, you will owe no attorney's fees unless you eventually obtain financial compensation.

Understanding The Applicable State Laws

Wrongful death is a unique area of law, closely related to personal injury, that allows the family of a person who has been killed in an accident to pursue compensation for the harm they have suffered, including the loss of financial support and the loss of personal companionship.

If you have lost an immediate family member in an accident caused by someone else's negligence, such as a truck accident or medical malpractice, you may have a valid wrongful death claim against that person or business.

Additionally, in some cases, it is possible to bring what is known as a survivor action. This action seeks compensation for any suffering the deceased person may have experienced after the accident and prior to death. A survivor action may be another way to pursue a legal claim against the responsible party.

Pursuing Your Personal Goals Through The Legal Process

Obviously, no legal action and no financial compensation can bring back a loved one who has been taken from you in an accident. However, filing a wrongful death suit can be a means of holding the responsible party or parties accountable, and the legal process may also help you get answers to your questions about the circumstances of the accident.

In many cases, the deceased person has been a major provider for his or her family, and the money damages awarded in a wrongful death case can give the family the opportunity to cope with its loss without excessive financial pressures.

Our Skilled Wrongful Death Attorney Is Ready To Advocate For You

To talk over your options after a family member's accidental death, contact John, a Kansas City wrongful death lawyer.