Compassionate And Committed Guidance For Wrongful Death Claims
Losing a loved one to someone else’s recklessness or negligent behavior is an unimaginable sorrow that no one should ever have to experience. While there is no replacement for the death of a loved one, the compensation from a wrongful death claim can provide you with the resources you need to move forward in life. When there is no guarantee of receiving fair compensation, how can you ensure that you are getting the settlement you deserve?
Here at Wallace Law Firm, I am an Oregon attorney, and I take pride in setting myself apart from other personal injury and wrongful death attorneys. I do not believe that anyone has to “pay to play for justice,” which is why you only pay me if I win compensation for you and your family.
How My Services Can Help You
After a tragic event like a motor vehicle accident or a workplace accident, insurance companies may act quickly to convince you to accept their initial settlement offer. This offer is commonly a lowball settlement that does not come close to reflecting the actual costs of your loss. I take the time to sit down with my clients and understand the unique factors of their wrongful death claim. I want to be sure I am fighting for the compensation that accurately reflects everything in your loss, including:
- Future lost income
- Future retirement contributions
- Loss of health benefits
- The emotional trauma of losing a lifelong partner
- The medical and funeral costs of the decedent
I know how difficult it can be to do anything after losing someone close to you, which is why I make it a priority to be considerate and understanding of your needs during such a vulnerable time. You deserve an attorney who is very easy to talk to and is transparent with his clients about every step of their claims process. You can find exactly that type of lawyer here at my office in Portland.
Legal Representation You Can Put Your Faith In
Losing a loved one in the prime of their life is a terrible thing for anyone to experience. I can only hope that my empathy and commitment to helping you make that loss easier for you to bear.