Wrongful Death

Macomb Law Group, Wrongful Death Attorneys in Metro Detroit

Some of the most serious personal injury accidents leave the person’s family or loved ones behind to pick up the pieces. When severe accidents result in a person’s wrongful death, you need a skilled and compassionate personal injury attorney to step in and take the matter off your shoulders.

Wrongful Death Lawsuits Result from Severe Accidents

Macomb Law Group bereaved woman thinking about the wrongful death of a loved oneWrongful death accidents can come out of any kind of personal injury – whenever a person dies because of the negligence or carelessness of someone else. This area of the law includes traumatic or high-speed auto accidents, deadly incidents at a business or place of employment, or the tragic result of a product defect.

Whatever the cause, a wrongful death lawyer can help the decedent’s estate receive payments to cover:

  • Medical expenses
  • Funeral and burial expenses
  • Lost wages and potential lifetime income
  • Loss of support and companionship for the person’s spouse or dependents
  • Pain and suffering

Depending on the nature of the incident, state and federal statutes may also allow for additional damages, and even cover your legal costs and attorney fees.

Experienced and Compassionate Wrongful Death Attorneys

A wrongful death lawsuit isn’t just about negotiating the bottom line. At the Macomb Law Group, we understand that our clients are coming to us in a time of loss. With over 15 years of legal experience, wrongful death attorney Jim Spagnuolo and our team know that no amount of money will ever replace their lost loved one. It is our goal to do what we can to give them solace and allow them to move on with their lives.

If you have lost a loved one in a wrongful death personal injury accident, contact the Macomb Law Group today to schedule a consultation.

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