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    If you lost your loved one in a car accident caused by someone else’s negligence, then you may be entitled to compensation to help cover their medical bills, lost future earnings, and “pain and suffering”, as well as your own suffering due to their loss.

    A fatal accident lawyer from Parrish Law Firm, PLLC can walk you through your options for filing a lawsuit to hold the negligent parties responsible for your loved one’s passing. You deserve to take this time to grieve the passing of your loved one. Leave the legal battle for fair compensation to us.

    How Our Fatal Accident Lawyers Can Help

    Your wrongful death lawyer will investigate your loved one’s death in order to build your case. Then, we will fight for your rights as well as those of your deceased loved one, holding those who caused their death accountable for you and your family’s “pain and suffering.”

    Investigate the Accident

    When your loved one is killed in a car accident or from their injuries after an accident, there will be contributing factors that we can investigate in order to determine exactly what happened, why it happened, and who shoulders the blame. A fatal accident lawyer with our firm can use the evidence that they uncover through an investigation to build the strongest possible case on your behalf.

    Negotiate With Insurance Companies

    Once we have determined the responsible parties, we will use the evidence we have discovered to negotiate with the insurance companies on your behalf. Insurance companies want to keep their costs low, so they often try to pay victim’s families less than what they are owed.

    We, on the other hand, work for you and your family’s best interests. We will use our negotiating experience and knowledge of the law to work for the money you need and deserve in this difficult time.

    Protect Your Rights

    Sometimes the insurance companies refuse to pay what you are owed. In that case, we will stay by your side and see your case through to trial. We will advocate for you in court, taking your case to trial if need be. The whole time, a fatal accident lawyer with our firm can guide you so that you can make the best choices for you and your family.

    Prove the Liability of a Negligent Party

    A “tort” is an action or omission that can serve as the basis of a civil lawsuit. In cases of fatal car accidents, torts usually involve forms of negligent driving. We can help you establish the liability of the negligent party.

    Here are some forms of negligent driving for which you can hold the liable party responsible.

    • Drunk driving
    • Distracted driving
    • Drowsy driving
    • Aggressive driving

    If you lost your loved one in a car accident where someone’s negligence caused the accident, then you may have a case for compensation.

    Damages in Wrongful Death Cases

    The compensation you can recover through a lawsuit falls into two main categories of damages: economic damages and non-economic damages.

    Economic Damages

    Economic damages compensate you for financial losses due to the passing of your loved one. These can include your loved one’s medical bills and lost wages incurred between the time of their accident and their passing, as well as their lost future earnings since they will no longer be able to provide for you and your family. You can also recover economic damages for your out-of-pocket and funeral expenses due to losing your loved one.

    Non-Economic Damages

    Non-economic damages in wrongful death cases compensate you for your intangible losses. This includes the physical “pain and suffering” your loved one experienced between the time of their accident and passing, as well as your own mental and emotional suffering caused by their accident and subsequent loss.

    A fatal accident lawyer with our firm can give you a better idea of what damages you could expect to recover through a lawsuit after reviewing the specifics of your circumstances.

    Wrongful Death Statute of Limitations

    In order to sue for wrongful death, you will need to file your lawsuit within two years of the loss of your loved one, according to Va. Code §8.01-244. There may be circumstances that affect the statute of limitations, so even if you believe that your chance to file suit has passed, you may still have options for pursuing compensation with the help of an attorney.

    Call Parrish Law Firm, PLLC Today

    You have the right to hire legal representation to handle your case after a fatal accident in Arlington. A lawyer from our firm can help you establish the liable party, calculate fair compensation, and file a claim or lawsuit.

    Compensation through a settlement or court-awarded offer will not bring your loved one back, but it can help you deal with the aftermath of their sudden demise. If a negligent party caused your loved one’s death, you have options for holding them liable. A lawyer with our firm can help you explore your options and seek fair compensation.

    Contact Parrish Law Firm, PLLC today at (571) 229-1800 to receive your free consultation. Learn more about how an Arlington fatal accident lawyer can help you recover compensation after you lose your loved one.

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