Negligent Death Cases in Centennial, Colorado
Wrongful Death Attorney
If you have recently lost someone dear to you, we understand that taking
legal action may not be the first thing on your mind. In order to see
justice done, and to recover financially, however, it is important to
understand that as the surviving relative you may be eligible to file a
negligent death claim.
The legal battle ahead could be daunting and overwhelming to face alone.
We strongly advise that you retain the representation of
The Evans Firm. It has been featured
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2015 Client's Choice Award. We are also members of various legal organizations such as the
Colorado Bar Association,
American Bar Association,
Colorado Trial Lawyers Association, and the
National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, just to name a few.
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Under the circumstances of your case, you can be confident that we will
wrongful death matter with the respect, care, and sensitivity that it deserves. Our goal
is to help relatives who have lost a loved one because of someone else's
intentional acts .
A negligent death claim is typically derived from the carelessness or recklessness
of an individual resulting in:
Negligence has been defined as the failure of an individual to act reasonably
and prudently. For your claim to be established, it must be proven that
the liable individual had a duty to care for the deceased individual in
some way. Our lead
lawyer Michael D. Evans can work to prove that the death occurred because the negligent party
failed to behave in the same manner of a prudent and reasonable person
in a similar situation.
We have extensive experience handling
negligent death cases, including cases of reckless and negligent supervision of children, elderly,
and inmates in jail. Whatever the details of your case, we can tirelessly
work to build a strong claim on your behalf.
How is negligent death compensation determined?
When determining the amount to be awarded to you for compensatory damages,
the court will take numerous factors into consideration, including:
- Your relationship with the deceased
- Deceased net income available to the surviving relatives
- Loss of earnings and services due to death of your loved one
- Expected lifespan of surviving parties
When the grossly negligent or reckless actions of an individual result
in wrongful death, a court may choose to impose punitive damages. These
damages aim to punish the negligent party and discourage others from behaving
similarly in the future.
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proven track record of success, you can be confident in our tenacious strategies. Unlike some other firms
that use a settlement-centered approach, our firm is committed to the
use of a unique trial-centered approach. This enables our staff to perform
a thorough investigation of the circumstances concerning your negligent
death case. After it is completed, we can research the laws regarding
your claim and prepare witnesses and exhibits to accurately analyze your
case. This allows us to offer
legal solutions tailored to your needs.
Our firm proudly serves clients in
Centennial and surrounding
cities throughout Arapahoe County, including Littleton, Aurora, Englewood, Centennial, and Greenwood Village.
We also represent individuals residing in Castle Rock, Lone Tree, Boulder,
Parker, Lakewood, and Cherry Creek. We are passionate about your case
and can tirelessly pursue justice on behalf of your lost loved one.
For a representative who desires to achieve your goals,
contact The Evans Law Firm. We are passionate about your case and believe that you deserve to
receive the maximum compensation for your loss.
We proudly offer each prospective client a
free case evaluation.