Wrongful Death Cases
Protect Your Family – Hire Our Reno Wrongful Death Lawyer
Nevada law state that wrongful death lawsuit alleges that the defendant's wrongful or negligent conduct caused the decedent's death, and the surviving heirs are entitled to monetary damages.
In Nevada, the elements of a wrongful death claim are set forth by statute as follows:
- Plaintiff is a relative of decedent – such as spouse or surviving child
- Defendant caused decedent's death by wrongful act or neglect
- Plaintiff may maintain an action for damages against defendant, or, if defendant is dead, against his or her personal representative
Damages in a Wrongful Death Case
Nothing can fully compensate for the loss of a family member. However, the law provides monetary damages in an attempt to remedy both the emotional and financial losses resulting from wrongful death.
In a claim, the following types of damages may be available:
- Lost companionship
- Lost monetary support
- Medical damages prior to death
- Funeral costs
- Pain and suffering
Why the Law Offices of Steven J. Klearman & Associates?
At the Law Offices of Steven J. Klearman & Associates, our Reno wrongful death attorney works with our clients personally in order to formulate a plan tailored to fit their individual needs. We know that this is a difficult time for you and your family, and the last thing you are considering is any type of legal action. It is crucial to take the immediate steps necessary, though, to retain legal counsel after an accident causes the loss of a loved one.
Fast and Caring Service
Our office is full of friendly, caring, extremely experienced people who will take the time to talk to you about your case when you call.
A Strong Track-Record of Favorable Verdicts
We've handled thousands of personal injury cases with a track record of success. We regularly obtain six and seven-figure results.
Over 30 Years of Legal Knowledge & Experience
Our Reno-based founding attorney Steven J. Klearman has over 31 years of experience handling serious injury cases in northern Nevada courts.
Board Certified Personal Injury Specialist in the State of Nevada
Fewer than one percent of Nevada attorneys are Board Certified to handle Personal Injury cases.