Denver Wrongful Death Lawyers
Did You Lose a Loved One to the Negligence of Another?
Grieving the sudden loss of a loved one can be an extremely confusing and
painful experience for you and your family members. Even more difficult
is the knowledge that their death was completely preventable, and occurred
due to the irresponsibility of another party.
During this time, taking legal action may either be an afterthought or
may not have crossed your mind at all. However, because of time limits
on filing a claim, it is important to quickly consult with a Denver personal
injury lawyer who can hear your situation and provide effective options
for moving forward.
Pushchak & Dible, LLC has represented families in a wide range of wrongful
death actions, such as those arising from:
We can review the details of your loved one's death and help you determine
if you are eligible to file a wrongful death claim. In Colorado, spouses,
children, close relatives, or those who were financially dependent on
the deceased individual may be able to initiate a claim.
Compensation for Wrongful Death Claims in Colorado
While thinking about taking legal action may be hard, it is often necessary
as the deceased usually leaves behind surviving loved ones that need financial
assistance now more than ever. Under Colorado's
personal injury law, a wrongful death claim can be brought against either an individual
or company whose negligence, recklessness, or intentional behavior caused
the death of another.
Colorado wrongful death claims can include compensation for:
- Funeral and burial expenses.
- Medical expenses related to the final illness or injury.
- Lost wages and other compensation that the decedent would have earned.
- Death benefits, such as life insurance.
- Loss of love, companionship, comfort, care, assistance, protection, and
At Pushchak & Dible, LLC, we understand the challenges that grieving
families face in the aftermath of a death. We can help guide you through
the legal process so you can your family can recover full and fair compensation
for your losses. Our team is dedicated to helping families just like you
get the justice you deserve.
Learn Your Legal Options During a Free Consultation!
Colorado requires that wrongful death claims be filed within two years
following the date of death. Because of this, it is important to act as
soon as possible so you and your family can be well taken care of following
your tragic loss. Contact
Pushchak & Dible, LLC to schedule your free consultation today!