Nampa Wrongful Death Lawyer

Nothing can make up for your loss.

Dessa lost her husband in a car crash when she was a young mother. All of the responsibilities of raising her family and maintaining the household fell on Dessa.

Their little toddler didn’t understand why Daddy wasn’t coming home again. Daddy would also never know the child he and Dessa were expecting.

“Bruce Skaug help me win a generous settlement that is helping my kids’ futures,” said Dessa. “I trust Skaug Law. They really came through for me. And they’re wonderful friends.”

Let Us Fight For Compensation

Although financial compensation can never replace the relationship you lost, it may help you feel some justice has been done.

A compassionate personal injury attorney can work to quickly and efficiently secure the compensation needed to support your family during this difficult time.

By bringing a wrongful death lawsuit, you raise awareness and hold accountable those who were negligent.

With the help of a Nampa wrongful death lawyer, you help to make it safe for the next person and spare the next family the heartache of losing their loved one.

What is a Wrongful Death Claim?

A wrongful death claim allows certain family members to seek compensation for the death of their loved ones from the parties whose negligent or reckless behavior caused the death.

The decedent’s spouse, children, stepchildren, and parents all may be entitled to make a claim, as well as any siblings who were dependent on them for support.

A wrongful death could occur from many different situations, including motor vehicle crashes, workplace accidents, defective consumer goods, or even slips and falls that result in severe injuries.

Medical malpractice by doctors and hospitals can also lead to wrongful death claims.

What is the Deadline to File Your Claim?

In the state of Idaho, family members generally have two years from the date of death in which to file a lawsuit.

If the surviving estate does not file their claim within the deadline, they may be unable to seek compensation from the responsible party.

There are a few exeptions to the two-year deadline. It is best to speak to a seasoned attorney to learn about how the exceptions may apply to your case.

Types of Damages You Can Recover

A Skaug Law attorney is committed to carefully listening to your concerns, providing honest advice, and helping you receive justice.

Our experienced attorneys help you win maximum compensation for all of the damages you have suffered, not just those easily calculated.

You may be entitled to restitution for lost income, medical costs, and loss of love and companionship.

A dedicated wrongful death attorney in Nampa could also help individuals recover compensation for damages such as:

  • Cost of medical expenses incurred before death
  • Funeral and burial expenses
  • Loss of value of future income that the deceased would have provided
  • Loss of household services that the deceased would have provided

Our attorneys are experienced in calculating the available damages and helping families recover compensation from the responsible party.

Let a Committed Nampa Wrongful Death Attorney Review Your Case

At Skaug Law, our lawyers often counsel clients to use some of the compensation money to start a scholarship in the name of their lost family member, fund a memorial, or do something meaningful with the money to honor their loved one. This can be a great source of healing and comfort.

Although money will not bring back your loved one, it can remove economic concerns from your shoulders during this stressful period of your life.

A wrongful death suit can help you hold the negligent parties accountable for their actions and give you the closure you need to move on with your life.

Legal intake professionals are available 24/7 by phone or chat. Initial consultations with an attorney are free. If you choose to continue with us, you only pay when you win your case. It doesn’t cost anything to see if we can help.

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