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Inglewood Wrongful Death Lawyer

An Inglewood wrongful death attorney can help you right the wrongs done to your deceased loved one.

Losing a loved one due to the negligence of another party is one of the most difficult things you can go through. On top of the emotional trauma you must bear, there’s often significant financial stress involved in these cases.

Our team at Haffner Law understands how sensitive these matters are, which is why we offer our services to victims like you. We want you to know that, if you team up with an Inglewood wrongful death lawyer, you may be able to recover the compensation you need to maintain stability in your life.

Who Can File for Wrongful Death Benefits in California?

Every state has rules regarding eligibility for wrongful death benefits. Only certain parties are allowed to take legal action to seek compensation, and these parties may vary from state to state.

Typically, these rules are non-negotiable, although if you fall into the category of an extenuating circumstance, your Inglewood wrongful death claim lawyer may be able to negotiate on your behalf for special treatment.

The first people who can file for wrongful death benefits in California are the immediate surviving family members of the deceased. This group may include the spouse, children, life partner, parents, or siblings.

Those who are considered part of the “extenuating circumstance” group are individuals who, although they are not related by blood to the deceased, depended on him or her financially, making it crucial that they receive compensation to maintain their quality of life. These individuals may include step-children or a “putative” spouse.

If you fall into the second category, it’s going to take keen legal knowledge and resources to prove your eligibility for wrongful death benefits in Inglewood. In these cases, the services of a qualified attorney can be a lifesaver.

What Do Wrongful Death Benefits Include?

Of course, no amount of money can make up for losing a loved one. These wounds are deep, and only time will truly heal them. However, it may be helpful to you in the grieving process to know justice was won in your loved one’s honor. And securing benefits will also allow you to relieve some additional financial pressures tied to the passing of your loved one.
With a successful Inglewood wrongful death claim, you may receive compensation for the following damages:

  • Funeral costs, including the casket, burial site, headstone, service, and more
  • Any past and future income you may lose after the passing of your family member
  • Emotional hardship, such as loss of love or support
  • Any medical bills sustained toward the end of your loved one’s life

Reach Out to an Inglewood Wrongful Death Attorney

If you are struggling to get by after losing a loved one to an accident or illness, our team at Haffner Law wants you to know you’re not alone. We understand how difficult this time is for you and your family, and we will do everything we can to get you the compensation you need and deserve.

Get in touch with an Inglewood wrongful death lawyer today to begin moving forward. You can reach us by phone at 1-844-HAFFNER (423-3637) or through the online contact form at the bottom of the page.

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