Losing a loved one is always a tragic event, and it makes it even worse if the loved one who died was the primary wage earner for the family. That’s why, when a person dies as a result of a third party’s negligence, the person’s family may sue that third party to recover damages, including lost wages that the person who died would have earned in the future.
When the loved one’s death is the result of a third party’s negligence, such as death due to an accident caused by a drunk driver or through his or her employer’s professional negligence at his/her workplace, the family may be entitled to substantial monetary damages.
If such a tragedy has affected your life, call the Law Office of Drew Prisner. Drew Prisner protects the rights of families who have lost a loved one as a result of a third party’s negligence. He also builds his strategies with the intention of having the negligent party responsible pay what it rightly owes.