Fighting To Obtain Compensation For Your Loss

Kentucky tort law provides remedies to the survivors of family members and loved ones after an accidental death. Fatal car crashes are a common example. Other examples include consuming tainted food or medicine and being mortally wounded at an industrial work site.

When a person is killed through another person's fault, Kentucky tort law allows a close family member or loved one to bring a law suit to obtain financial compensation for their loss. You must know that these cases must be filed within two years of a death.

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The first part of a case involves proving that the other person was responsible for the action that killed the family's loved one. For example, we may have to prove that a party was responsible for causing a fatal auto accident. Proving responsibility for the wrongful death entitles the family to collect financial damages that reflect the value of their loss.

Representing Families When The Worst Case Happens

It is very important to obtain knowledgeable legal representation if you are a family member seeking compensation for your loss of a loved one. Our Elizabethtown wrongful death attorney understands how to perform the sensitive and complicated task of assigning a financial value to the loss of a loved one. This financial value can be affected by the person's:

  • Age
  • Life expectancy
  • Career
  • Earnings potential
  • Spousal relationship
  • Family relationships

Some cases can be complicated if they involve a fatal car accident caused by an uninsured motorist, but do not be discouraged. If you have a wrongful death case, Aldridge & Aldridge Law Firm can argue for and negotiate the value of the loss.

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For a free consultation to discuss your case with our wrongful death attorney in Elizabethtown, please email us or call our office at 502-855-7600.