Have you lost a dear loved one in a tragic accident? Perhaps a beloved parent or sibling was killed in a car crash or a child was killed due to careless medical treatment. Whatever the reasons, if negligence is responsible, you may be legally allowed to pursue a lawsuit against the responsible parties. These lawsuits are known as “wrongful death” claims, and Maryland law only gives you 3 short years to bring this type of case. Otherwise, you entirely lose all rights to be compensated for the loss of your loved one.
For many, the loss of someone close is just about all they can handle emotionally. The very thought of filing a lawsuit brings up painful memories and can create a feeling of being overwhelmed. This sadly leads many families to forgo their rights and allow the wrongdoers to escape responsibility.
At the Law Offices of Todd K. Mohink, P.A., we have experience helping families through myriads of legal dilemmas, and we are prepared to compassionately work through the details of the case in order to obtain justice for your family. If you’ve lost someone close to you, here are some of the key considerations you should understand about how these cases are handled.
There really are no “typical” wrongful death cases. After all, no two people are identical. Therefore, the way that a family experiences grief after a loss will never be identical. However, there are themes we see time and again. Consider a few:
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