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Riverside Fatal Car Accident Lawyer

Every single day, people are killed in car accidents in this country, and Riverside is no exception. Sadly, dozens of people are killed in fatal car wrecks in Riverside every year. If your loved one has been killed in a car accident, a car wreck attorney can help.

When a loved one dies, the family is devastated, but it can be even more distressing if the death was preventable. If a car crash killed your loved one, and the other driver was responsible, you can file a wrongful death claim.

No amount of money could ever take back what happened to your loved one, but it can help with expenses that were left to you as a result of your loved one’s death. A Riverside fatal car accident lawyer at Dickson Kohan & Bablove, LLP will help you get the money you need to pay for damages like funeral costs, medical bills, and your emotional losses.

Who Can File a California Wrongful Death Claim?

In California, only certain family members of the deceased can file a wrongful death claim. The statute allows for the following family members to file:

  • The deceased person’s spouse or domestic partner
  • The deceased person’s children or their children
  • If there are no direct descendents, any person who would be entitled to the deceased person’s property via intestate succession, which might include parents or siblings
  • Stepchildren or children of the putative spouse, if they can prove they were financially dependent on the deceased

Wrongful death claims are complicated, so discuss any questions you have with your Riverside fatal car crash attorney.

Compensation for a Wrongful Death Car Accident

When your loved one has been killed in a crash, not only are you suffering great emotional trauma as a result, but you are also left with the financial ramifications of his or her death. Funerals cost money, and you might be left with medical bills or other accident-related costs.

When you file a wrongful death claim, you are seeking financial compensation for the losses you suffered as a result of your loved one’s wrongful death. These can be monetary losses like medical bills, or they could be non-monetary losses, such as your pain and suffering.

The following are some of the damages you can add to your fatal car accident claim:

  • Loss of companionship
  • Funeral and burial expenses
  • Hospital and medical bills
  • Loss of financial support
  • Your mental suffering

Contact a Riverside Deadly Car Crash Attorney

Losing a loved one to negligence or recklessness in a car accident is a terrible thing to experience. Added to your great loss is a pile of accident-related expenses you shouldn’t have to pay. Filing a wrongful death claim can help you recover your financial losses and achieve at least a small sense of justice.

Contact a Riverside fatal car accident lawyer at Dickson Kohan & Bablove, LLP. We can’t bring your loved one back to you, but we can help stabilize your financial future. Call us at 1-844-404-2400 or head to the bottom of the page to fill out our online contact form.