Wrongful Death Attorney Serving Ontario CA
Ontario CA has Personal Injury Attorney Justin H. King to Fight their Wrongful Death Claims
Death is something that we all as humans know will happen. Most of us expect it to be late in life after we have had the ability to experience and grow old. For some families they never get to experience this gift due to unexpected and premature death. When a person dies without notice it can be a shock for their family as they try to pick up the pieces and move forward. This is even more shocking when the death was based on the negligence or lack of an expected duty of another. In these situations, based on California law, there may be the option to file a wrongful death claim. As with any personal injury or accident claim, consulting with an experienced personal injury attorney in Ontario should be your first step.
There is not a second to lose for residents of Ontario with respect to Wrongful Death.
For the most part, laws are black and white with regards to timelines. This is no different in the realm of wrongful death claims. The California legislation is very clear with regards to timelines for initiating a personal injury case claim, even down to different types of cases. Certain cases must be filed within 2 years, some cases involving medical care providers must be filed with a time frame from discovery of accidents, and even shorter, claims against state government must be filed within 6 months.
Due to the varying time frames with results to the California court regulations and the complexity of wrongful death cases it is a good idea to have an experienced personal injury attorney who is familiar with wrongful death claims, and the local legal climate in Ontario provide some general insight to your responsibilities with regards to starting a wrongful death case claim. The court has these regulations and they follow them, regardless of any circumstances a person feels they may be entitled to.
Ontario families have nationally recognized attorney Justin H. King for Wrongful Death Claims
Wrongful death claims are one of the most time and detail intensive types of cases that process through the California court system. They often take time to gather and build a case before a courtroom is ever seen. This would include identifying important evidence and compiling and interviewing witness statements and more. Every step of the wrongful death claim has to be handled with attention to detail and care. Attorney Justin H. King understands what it takes to successfully represent victims of wrongful death and works diligently to provide his best possible representation resulting in the best possible chance for a favorable outcome.
Aggressive representation for victims of wrongful death in Ontario – Justin H. King
Personal injury attorney Justin H. King knows that the loss of a family member without notice is one of the hardest things to face. This is compounded with they left behind a family that was dependent on them for safety and importantly financial stability. Justin understands that the grieving process must takes its course, but also wants families to know that wrongful death claims have the best chance for success when they are initiated immediately. Justin’s goal with respect to wrongful death claims, is to work as hard as he can to obtain the very best financial compensation for damages for the family. This way they can at least live without having to worry about who they will continue to live.
Contact Justin H. King – Wrongful Death Claims: No Obligation – Always Confidential
If you or someone you know in Ontario has been a victim of a wrongful death it is important to understand your rights immediately. Time is crucial, the case details and factors can either disappear or fog up with time, and state time regulations could pass. Justin H. King and his office is available to consult with victims of wrongful death to help them understand their rights. Justin offers no cost, private and confidential consultation for victims of wrongful death in Ontario.
Furthermore, aside from wrongful death claims/suits, Justin H. King fights for Ontario victims of injuries and accidents with regards to auto and car accidents, dog bites and many other personal injury claims found here.
File Wrongful Death Claims – Who’s Eligable?
California state law lays out a clear set of standards when regards to wrongful death claims and these apply to families in Ontario who are looking to pursue a wrongful death claim. Within these standards are limitations on who is able to file and receive any compensation for the claim. Typically in wrongful death claims the general public understands that children are a priority and as a society we feel they should be taken care of. Aside from a child or children of the deceased, spouses and domestic partners are eligible to file wrongful death claims too. Even further the court allows for claims on behalf of depends of the deceased like parents and even other family members. Generally speaking, a claim could be filed by a person who was financially dependent on the deceased.
If you think that you have a wrongful death claim and want to know for sure that you are able to move forward under California law, an experienced personal injury attorney can help determine your rights.
Qualifying – Pursue a Wrongful Death Claim
A wrongful death claim is typically filed based on the sole fact that the person who is deceased would not have otherwise died without either an intervention of someone else, or the lack of care or negligence of someone. There are also deaths that occur in California where both claims cannot be filed as well as situations that seem where claims would not be allowed, but the court will allow a formal lawsuit for wrongful death to be filed.
Death by suicide is one situation where the family can move forward on a wrongful death claim. These situations would involve proving that someone had some level of care or obligation to the deceased, and they failed to provide this service which then resulted in the deceased taking their own life. These cases are becoming more mainstream with the emergence of bullying on school grounds and institutions.
Cases where families would commonly want to go forward with a wrongful death claim, but may be unable to based on California law and the restrictions are death of an unborn child. Based on the California Supreme Court an unborn child does not met the requirements of a person with regards to California personal injury suits. Another example of a death not able to result in wrongful death claims would be certain homicides, particularly justifiable ones.
If you have questions about your situation and if it qualifies for a wrongful death claim, Justin H. King can consult and determine exactly your rights with regards to wrongful death.
Fault & Recovery – Wrongful Death Claims
A death of a family member that was not expected at any time is hard to deal with. Mix in the chance that the deceased may have been negligent themselves or somehow contributed to the death, could be embarrassing to the family. They may not want to discuss details with other family and may not feel that they have right to a personal injury claim. That is nothing further than the truth under California law. Even if the deceased was somewhat responsible for their death, a wrongful death claim can still be filed.
Under California Law a percentage of fault can be assigned and based on that percentage a reduced or partial claim award can still be issued. This is important for victims of wrongful death to know since they can still receive a healthy compensation for damages suffered.
An attorney who is familiar with personal injury and specifically wrongful death claims can help victims have a better idea about their particular claim and who it would be treated under California law. The Law Office of Justin H. King can advise as to these particular situations and rights of family members of wrong death victims.