Camrose Wrongful Death Lawyers

The family members of deceased accident victims who were killed because of someone else’s wrongful conduct deserve justice. If the negligence of another party or entity led to a fatal accident in which your close relative lost their life, our Camrose wrongful death lawyers may be able to provide you with crucial legal assistance and advice.

In the aftermath of a fatal accident caused by another person’s negligence, close relatives of the wrongfully deceased accident victim often endure emotional anguish and incur financial losses. That said, certain family members of deceased accident victims may be eligible to pursue legal action against the negligent party whose wrongful actions led to their loved one’s death.

The following relatives of wrongfully deceased accident victims should be entitled to pursue a civil claim against the party or entity whose negligence resulted in their family member’s untimely demise:

  • Spouses
  • Adult interdependent partners
  • Parents
  • Children
  • Siblings

According to the province’s Fatal Accidents Act, civil claims related to the wrongful death of a relative must be brought by the deceased party’s estate administrator or executor. All eligible family members who decide to pursue a wrongful death claim are required to bring the same action; there cannot be multiple claims related to the same person’s wrongful death.

By pursuing a wrongful death claim, eligible relatives of fatal accident victims may be able to recover compensation for financial losses arising from their loved one’s passing. These financial losses might include:

  • Bereavement damages (amounts vary based on relationship to the deceased)
  • Loss of financial support
  • Loss of childcare support
  • Loss of consortium
  • Loss of expected earnings
  • Funeral expenses and burial costs
  • Grief counseling

Everyone mourns the death of a close relative in their own way. Grief is a process with no set time limit. It can take months or even years after suffering the loss of a close loved one before a bereaved relative feels ready to pursue legal action against the at-fault party whose negligence caused the fatal accident in which their family member lost their life.

Unfortunately, grieving family members in this province have only a short time in which to act. According to the Alberta Limitations Act, those who are entitled to pursue a civil claim have only two short years from the time of their family member’s passing to begin legal action.

Our wrongful death lawyers serving Camrose appreciate that no amount of money will be able to change the past or truly compensate a bereaved relative in the aftermath of their loved one’s passing. However, by working with our Camrose wrongful death lawyers, people who have lost loved ones in accidents resulting from someone else’s negligence may be able to recover much-needed compensation and emotional closure. To learn more about the ways in which our wrongful death lawyers serving Camrose may be able to assist you, contact us today and schedule a free initial consultation.

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During a free initial consultation with our Camrose wrongful death lawyers, you will have the opportunity to review the circumstances of your loved one’s passing in a safe, compassionate setting, and to learn about options for financial compensation that might be available to you and your family members. Call today to receive a cost-free, no-obligation consultation with our wrongful death lawyers serving Camrose.

 
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