ARIZONA              WRONGFUL DEATH ATTORNEY

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ARIZONA WRONGFUL DEATH ATTORNEY

NO FEE UNLESS YOU GET PAID

Arizona Wrongful Death Attorneys 

What Is a Wrongful Death Lawsuit?

A wrongful death claim is a civil action that is brought by eligible surviving family members of someone that was killed by the negligent, reckless, or deliberate actions of another party. Arizona law allows the husband or wife, child, parent or guardian, or the representative of the deceased persons estate to file a lawsuit seeking compensation for their damages. If the deceased person was a child, either parent or the childs legal guardian may file a claim. The laws that govern wrongful death claims in Arizona are very similar to personal injury claims with a few exceptions. The timeframe, or statute of limitations to file a wrongful death claim in Arizona is two years from the date of death.

 While surviving family members are often overwhelmed with grief and may not immediately think about taking legal action after a loved one has passed, it is important to consider all of the factors they may face because of the loss of the deceased. Wrongful death actions allow them to seek compensation and damages for the financial and emotional support they have lost due to the passing of their loved one due to the negligent actions of the responsible party. At Bighorn Law of Arizona we understand what a difficult time surviving family members experience when a loved one passes unexpectedly. That’s why we are committed to holding the responsible party responsible for their actions. We offer a free consultation and case review, so call (602) 553-0000 or click the link below to see how we can help you.

Examples of Wrongful Death Cases

 

A wrongful death is when a fatality occurs because of the negligent, reckless, or deliberate actions of another party or entity. Some of the most common causes of wrongful death include:

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Car Accidents

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Truck Accidents

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Workplace Accidents

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Defective Products

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Motorcycle Accidents

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Birth Injuries

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Medical Malpractice

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Nursing Home Neglect or Abuse

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Intentional Violence

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Dangerous Drugs

Call us today at (602) 553-0000 to speak with one of our Arizona Wrongful Death Attorneys

Call us today at (602) 553-0000 to speak with one of our Arizona Wrongful Death Attorneys

Who Can Be a Personal Representative

A personal representative can include any person who is competent and is named in a will, trust, or testamonial instrument as the individual to be the representative of the estate.

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The Surviving Husband or Wife

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A Child of the Deceased, Both Natural & Adoptive

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Parent or Guardian

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The Representative of the Deceased

Frequently Asked Questions

Listed below are some of the most frequently asked questions our personal injury attorneys recieve from new and prospective clients.

What Makes Bighorn Law of Arizona Different?

The personal injury attorneys at Bighorn Law of Arizona have fought to protect the rights of personal injury victims and get them compensation for their injuries for decades. Our attorneys believe everyone is entitled to quality representation and focus our practice on helping normal, everyday people get the help they need and deserve.

Why Should I Hire a Lawyer ?

Suffering any type of personal injury is just the beginning of any injury victims problems. Trying to file an insurance claim alone can be extremely complicated, especially when dealing with defendant insurance company attorneys who may dispute fault. Having an experienced attorney by your side to protect your rights can make the difference in the outcome of your claim.

How Much Does It Cost To Hire a Personal Injury Lawyer ?

The personal injury attorneys at Bighorn Law of Arizona work on a contingency fee basis. That means that we don’t charge any upfront fees to take your case, and you only pay us if we win. If we win your case our fee is a percentage of the settlement or verdict amount that our personal injury lawyers obtain.

How Long Do I Have To File a Personal Injury Claim?

Arizona law requires that accident and personal injury victims file a claim within two years after the accident occured or when an unknown injury was first discovered. This is also known as the statute of limitations. If you try to file a claim after this two-year limit has expired, your claim will be deemed invalid and will be denied.

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