At Mayer & Rosenberg, P.C., we are very family-oriented, and we understand how difficult it is for most individuals and families to cope with the unexpected death of a loved one in a car accident. If we represent you, rest assured that we will respect your space as you grieve and prepare to bury your loved one.
At the same time, we can get an investigation underway behind the scenes, without intruding on your privacy. Given that every fatal car accident is unique, it is important to get an attorney’s advice early. A Kansas City fatal car accident lawyer can help preserve evidence and take steps needed to protect a family’s right to file a wrongful death claim.
If the deceased lived for any period of time after a crash, medical records can be important in a wrongful death case. Eyewitness testimony, photos and the crashed vehicles may all prove to be critical to your family’s ability to recover compensation after a fatal car accident.
Once we are on board in your wrongful death case regarding a traffic accident in the Kansas City area or beyond, we will get to work determining liability as well as sorting out insurance issues. One of our personal injury attorneys can help you set up an estate as a first step in preparing to file a fatality claim or lawsuit.
Most wrongful death claims filed by Mayer & Rosenberg, P.C., are settled out of court. However, if we take a case, it is because we believe it would hold up in court. The other side will clearly understand that we are ready and able to take a case to trial. We explain issues clearly to family members to help them decide when to accept a settlement offer and when to hold out for a possible trial.
Discuss your family member’s fatal car accident with an experienced, caring Kansas City wrongful death lawyer at Mayer & Rosenberg, P.C. We represent clients in both Kansas and Missouri.
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