Your Rights After A Wrongful Death

When a family loses a loved one after a sudden and tragic event, it can be devastating. When someone dies unexpectedly due to the negligence or reckless actions of another, family members may also be grappling with feelings of frustration and may not quite know what to do next. No one expects that he or she will need to consult with an attorney, but seeking out the counsel of an experienced wrongful death attorney is an important step after such an ordeal.

After more than two decades, the lawyers at Rosenthal & Kreeger LLP have seen countless wrongful death cases, and know exactly how you are feeling. Dealing with a legal suit against the party responsible for your loss can be difficult for many people, which is why our firm makes it as painless as possible to move forward with your case. The reality is that after you have suffered an avoidable loss, you and your family are entitled to seek compensation, and we can help.

Call our office at (916) 774-7200 to schedule a free consultation and get your questions answered. We represent bereaved families throughout Northern California.

What You Can Expect

Under the law, survivors are entitled to receive money from the person, persons or companies responsible for a loved one's wrongful death. This is money to pay medical bills and burial expenses, money that replaces what the deceased would have earned through the years and money to compensate spouses and other family members for the loss of companionship.

Wrongful death cases can be complex, as there are many areas of calculation involved and often, our firm works with vocational, medical and life experts to ensure the optimal result for our clients. After decades of experience handling these cases, our attorneys know what to reasonably expect for our clients, and such, know when a case may require resolution in a courtroom. Our firm has the experience and the resources to get our clients the results they deserve.

Call Now To Get Strong And Compassionate Representation

When facing uncertain circumstances after losing a loved one, it is important to secure legal representation that you can trust to handle your affairs. This trust goes beyond our ability to strongly represent you in settlement or court proceedings — it means representing the memory of your loved one and the needs of your family in a sincere and considerate way. Contact our firm to schedule an appointment at our Roseville or Sacramento locations.