The death of a loved one is never easy to handle. It takes time to grieve the death of a loved one but when that death was caused by someone else’s negligent actions it can be unbearable. You might have trouble sleeping. You might not want to go to work. You might not even want to see other family members. Everyone grieves in different ways. There’s no right or wrong way to mourn the death of a loved one. There is one thing that should you definitely do and that is contact an experienced Beaver wrongful death attorney from the team of Shenderovich, Shenderovich, and Fishman about the death of your loved one. Surviving immediate family members of those killed by the negligent actions of others are entitled to compensation for a variety of things.
Your grief will be magnified when you lose a loved one because someone else made a mistake or purposefully took your loved one’s life. The best thing you can do for yourself is to accept the help your family and friends offer, especially if you have young children. Let them take your child to and from school, to doctor appointments, to sporting events and anything else they need. Let family cook dinner for you. Let them clean your house. Rejecting all of the help that is offered you will only make life much more difficult to bear.
Make sure you seek emotional help following a loved one’s wrongful death. Schedule appointments with therapists for once per week. Don’t stop going to them either, even when you are beginning to feel better. There’s always something to discuss or work on when it comes to your grief. Let the therapist help you as much as possible while you mourn the loss of your loved one due to negligence.
Speaking with a wrongful death attorney following the loss of your loved one can help you understand what kind of compensation you can recover. If the loved one worked, you can recover compensation for the current and future loss of wages and earning potential. You can also recover compensation for all of the medical bills associated with your loved one’s death. You also have the opportunity to recover compensation for loss of consortium, pain and suffering, and emotional distress. Emotional distress can be claimed if you witnessed your loved one die in front of you.
If you have lost a loved one due to someone else’s negligent actions it is in your best interest to talk to an attorney about the situation. It can be difficult opening up about the death of your loved one but doing so with an attorney can help build a strong case for compensation. The Beaver wrongful death attorneys at Shenderovich, Shenderovich, and Fishman have decades of experience representing clients who have lost family members in wrongful death cases. Call the office today at 888-98-TWINS(89467) to schedule your appointment.