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Glendale Wrongful Death Lawyer

A wrongful death claim can help you recover compensation for the suffering you’ve endured after the loss of your loved one. To get started, contact a Glendale wrongful death attorney.

Losing a loved one due to the negligent or reckless actions of another party is one of the most devastating and difficult circumstances you can go through. And while the primary focus during such a time will be dealing with the emotional recovery of such a loss, you must also be aware of the financial repercussions your loved one’s untimely passing can bring about.

The qualified attorneys at Haffner Law are here to help make things right. If you choose to work with a Glendale wrongful death lawyer at our firm, we can help you recover the compensation you deserve with as little difficulty as possible so you can focus on recovering from the emotional trauma of losing your loved one.

Who Can File a Wrongful Death Claim in California?

First, it’s important to understand who is eligible for wrongful death benefits in the state of California. The law sets strict limitations on who is able to collect compensation after the untimely death of a loved one.

To qualify for wrongful death compensation, you must, in most cases, be one of the following:

  • The spouse of the deceased
  • The domestic partner of the deceased
  • The child of the deceased

If you are not one of the aforementioned parties, but you and your Glendale wrongful death claim lawyer can prove you were financially dependent on the deceased, you may be able to collect compensation if you are any of the following:

  • The “putative spouse” of the deceased, meaning you are, in effect, married but not in a legal sense
  • The child of the putative spouse
  • The stepchild of the deceased
  • The parent of the deceased

Compensation for Glendale Wrongful Death Claims

Obviously, one of the most pressing issues surviving family members worry about when meeting with a Glendale wrongful death claim attorney is finding out what compensation they are eligible to recover. Although each case is unique, there are a few common damages your attorney may advise you to name in your wrongful death claim.

Some common types of compensation available for California victims include the following:

  • Financial coverage for burial or funeral costs
  • Complete medical care coverage for the final treatment courses and hospital stays of the deceased’s life
  • Financial reimbursement for the value of lost household services
  • Loss of attention, affection, love, and more

Connect with a Glendale Wrongful Death Attorney

If you recently lost a loved one due to another party’s negligence, the attorneys at Haffner Law are here to help you. Get in touch with us today to find out how to move forward with a successful claim.

For more information on how we will help you recover the compensation you deserve, call a Glendale wrongful death lawyer at 1-844-HAFFNER (423-3637). You may also visit the bottom of the page to complete our online contact form.

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