Wrongful Death


Sadly, thousands of people lose their lives due to the negligence of another. This often leaves a family in financial straits in addition to the extreme grief and pain of having lost a loved one.

Wrongful death cases can involve automobile accidents, boating accidents, defective designs, nursing home neglect or abuse, bicycle wrecks and many other cases. 

If this happens to a loved one, contact a wrongful death lawyer at The Benson Law Firm immediately. Often, toxicology reports and records from hospital admission, prior to death, help us find the responsible party and prepare your case.

These cases are very dependent upon the assistance of a loved one of the deceased to speak on their behalf. Contact us if you feel that someone’s death was caused by another’s negligence.



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