Aggressive, Compassionate Representation In Wrongful Death Cases
When an accidental death turns out to be a preventable one, it’s another blow to the grieving survivors. A wrongful death lawsuit is part justice and part compensation. It holds the wrongdoers accountable for the negligence, and it provides monetary damages to replace the economic contributions of the loved one who was killed.
The law firm of Waldron, Fann & Parsley understands that you are focused on recovering from the emotional loss. But prevailing in a wrongful death action may require immediate attention to preserve evidence. We aim to handle every aspect of the case so that family members don’t have to.
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No Fee Unless You Win — We Do Not Get Paid Unless You Get Paid
Our experienced trial lawyers aggressively investigate all of our cases, while working to make the process as smooth and pain-free as possible for clients. Although we are located locally in Murfreesboro, we fight for clients throughout Tennessee.
We have handled a wide range of cases, from fatal auto crashes to deadly fires, drownings and electrocutions. We use all our resources to trace and prove the negligence in every case.
About Wrongful Death Claims In Tennessee
Damages are generally limited to pecuniary value — funeral expenses, medical bills and the lost future earnings of the deceased based on life expectancy. If a child was killed, projected earnings might be based on the parents’ education or income.
Damages can include (a) conscious pain and suffering of the person prior to death and (b) punitive damages if the death was caused by fraudulent, reckless, intentional or malicious acts. Survivors can also seek to recover for the emotional distress and loss of companionship or love.
Free Case Evaluation And Explanation Of Rights
There is a statute of limitations for wrongful death lawsuits. As soon as you suspect that negligent or intentional acts led to your loved one’s death, contact Waldron, Fann & Parsley to begin the investigation. We are truly sorry for your loss and will do everything in our power to secure the rightful — and needed — compensation.