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Statewide Advocates in Missouri Wrongful Death Litigation

St. Louis, Missouri, Fatal Accident Lawsuit Attorney

A wrongful death lawsuit is a claim against an organization or individual whose negligence or misconduct resulted in a death. Wrongful death lawsuits are typically brought by surviving spouses, children, or other close relatives of the victim, but may also be brought by business partners and other parties who suffered loss because of the death.

Wrongful death lawsuits give families an opportunity to recover money for lost earnings, medical bills, and lost affection after losing a loved one in an accident caused by somebody else’s negligence. Winning a wrongful death claim won’t return your family member, but the compensation can help your family get back on a firm financial and emotional foundation. The personal injury lawyers at the Roberts Law Firm, P.C., have helped surviving spouses, children, and other family members recover the money, and the sense of justice, that they need to move into their future.

When you are ready for justice, we are there for you

Contact us to discuss how we can use our experience to help you recover damages through a wrongful death lawsuit. We take a compassionate, but aggressive approach to helping you get the maximum settlement or jury award possible for your wrongful death claim. We won’t rush into filing a lawsuit until your family is truly ready to proceed. We strive to get to know you, and what your loved one meant to you. We fully investigate the circumstances of the fatal accident, as well as what the loss will mean to your entire family. When you are ready to move ahead, we act aggressively and intelligently. We develop a strong case that clearly identifies the full impact of your loss. Our strategy is to always prepare for a winning court trial, and our objective is to always get the maximum amount of money your family may be entitled to.

We have helped people recover significant damages for wrongful death lawsuits such as:

In order for a wrongful death lawsuit to be considered by the courts, the death must have been the result of negligence, misconduct, or a criminal act, even if there was no intent to cause harm. Someone else or an organization, like a company or corporation, may be liable for your loved one’s death even though they did not intend for the death to occur. The most important factor is whether or not their actions caused your loved one’s death.

If you are a dependent party of a person who has died in a fatal accident, you may be eligible to recover damages in a wrongful death claim. Contact our offices to schedule some types of cases we offer a free consultation with one of our personal injury attorneys. We handle all wrongful death lawsuit cases on a contingency basis. If you don’t recover compensation, you don’t pay attorney’s fees.

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