Wrongful Death

Losing a loved one is a traumatic event no matter the circumstances. When a death is sudden and unexpected, and you believe that it was preventable, however, it can be even more disruptive. It can completely devastate entire families. Emotionally and financially, the death of someone you love can be a life-changing event, and the fallout can affect your well-being for years to come.

We understand that financial compensation can never bring your loved one back, but it can help you weather this upheaval in your life with significantly less stress.  It can help you manage the financial impact of your loved one’s death, including medical bills, funeral costs, and loss of income. It can provide your family with the security they need to heal during this frightening and painful time. It can also provide you with emotional closure, as the responsible party is being held accountable for their wrongdoing.

An exceptional Indiana wrongful death attorney can help you with all of these goals.

Causes of Action for Wrongful Death

The loss of a loved one can lead to enormous financial instability. Let Leeman Law help you get the compensation you need and hold the negligent party accountable. Call us today.

There are several different types of “causes of action” that are recognized in Indiana law, and the strategy your attorney uses with regards to your case will depend upon which type it is, among other factors. These causes of action are:

  • General Wrongful Death: General wrongful death refers to the death of an individual in an accident that was the result of another’s carelessness or negligence. In these cases, the spouse and children of the victim can hold the person or organization responsible for the death accountable for certain monetary damages.
  • Medical Malpractice: Birth injuries, hospital errors, or doctor errors are covered by the Medical Malpractice Act. Spouses, parents, or personal representatives of the victim’s estate can bring this claim.
  • Adult Wrongful Death: The Adult Wrongful Death Act covers unmarried adults without children. This claim can be filed by the personal representative of the estate.

Don’t Delay

Our attorneys are skilled, compassionate, and aggressive negotiators. You don’t have to do this on your own. Call Leeman Law for a consultation today.

While you generally have a significant amount of time—often up to two years—to file a claim, we always recommend consulting with a lawyer as soon as you’re able to. Quick action allows your Logansport wrongful death lawyer time to build your case while the evidence is still fresh and accessible. Let our family serve yours during this difficult time. The attorneys at Leeman Law can help you receive closure.

We understand your need for justice and closure, and here at Leeman Law, we are dedicated to helping you achieve both. Contact us today to find out how.