Robert T. Healey, Esq.

St. Louis Wrongful Death and Fatal Accidents Attorney


 

Wrongful Death On The Scene

Get Legal Help Following a Fatal Accident

Few things are more tragic than losing a loved one to a serious injury in a fatal accident. A family very often has no time to say goodbye and the grief can be overwhelming.

When a family member has died in an auto accident or other serious accident, it may be difficult to think of legal ramifications when so many other tasks and worries must be addressed. However, putting off the pursuit of a wrongful death claim can prove to be a mistake.

At St. Louis law firm Healey Law, LLC, we understand the difficulties you are dealing with following the wrongful death of your loved one. We offer both emotional support and dedicated legal representation during these tumultuous times. We focus on the legalities, allowing you to focus on your grief.

We help families who experience the wrongful death of a loved one to recover the funds they need to secure their future.

What is a Wrongful Death?

A wrongful death occurs when a person’s passing is caused by the negligent or wrongful acts or inactions of another. A wrongful death can result from any number of causes, including, careless or drunk driving, accidents in the workplace and even premises liability.

Who can file a Wrongful Death Lawsuit?

Immediate family members may be entitled to monetary damages following a fatal accident. The most common beneficiaries are surviving spouses and children, and sometimes parents.

The surviving family members must demonstrate that they are suffering the loss of financial support, love, care, comfort, supervision, guidance, household assistance and general society provided by the deceased.

Beneficiaries are entitled to recover money for both economic and non-economic damages. Economic damages include the financial contributions which the decedent would have made had he or she survived. It also includes the recovery for funeral services in memory of the decedent and for burial costs.

Non-economic damages include loss of love, society, companionship, comfort, affection, solace or moral support.

If you have questions about whether you have a wrongful death claim, contact our St. Louis law office to speak with us about your case. Your initial consultation is free.

Contact Bob Healey today at (314) 401-3261 or info@healeylawllc.com.

Contingent Fees
We handle many of our cases on a contingency fee basis. We only charge a fee if we are successful in recovering an award for you. Our fees are based on a percentage of any recovery we make for you.

Rules of Court require us to advise that clients may be responsible for costs/expenses. In most cases, however, these are deducted from any recovery at the conclusion of the matter.

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The verdict or settlement of your own case will depend upon its particular facts. Past results afford no guarantee of future results. Every case is different and must be judged on its own merits. The cases reported in the website are not meant to cause any unjustified expectations regarding the merits of your own claim.

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