Our attorney will help you hold the negligent party accountable for your loss. While it is true that no amount of compensation can undo what has happened, it will allow you to support your family in the future.
If you have lost a family member to wrongful death, it may be difficult to think about the future, but there are things you must consider. How will your family dynamic change? How will you get justice for your loved one? If they were a wage earner, how will you pay the bills?
Attorney Yale Spector understands that your family is grieving. He will treat you with kindness and respect as he determines how to recover compensation for you. With over 25 years of experience, he knows how to calculate the amount of compensation you will need for past, present and future losses from the wrongful death. Please speak with him today about your family’s needs. Located in Baltimore, the Spector Law Group provides wrongful death representation to families in Maryland and Washington, D.C.
Accurately valuing your losses is critical to providing your family with the financial support you need to move forward. Typically, survivors of the deceased may be able to collect damages for medical bills and funeral expenses. In addition, any family members who can prove that the deceased supported them financially before their death are also entitled to collect damages for loss of support. They can collect damages for the period of time into the future that the deceased would have supported them.
Spouses may also collect damages for loss of consortium and support. In some states, the children of the deceased may collect damages for loss of guidance and nurture. Attorney Spector will discuss your family’s unique needs with you.
Our team has experience with wrongful death claims stemming from personal injuries due to:
If you don’t see the cause of your loved one’s injuries listed here, please call us to see if we can help.