Los Angeles Wrongful Death Attorneys
There is nothing that can make up for the death of your loved one, but you can make the aftermath easier, at least financially, for you and your family by pursuing a wrongful death claim against the responsible party.
For immediate legal assistance, contact our compassionate and experienced California wrongful death lawyers at Kahn Roven, LLP. We will evaluate your case and discuss your legal options with you in a comprehensive consultation at no cost to you. If you decide to hire us as your legal representatives, we will dedicate ourselves to your battle and put in our fullest efforts throughout every stage of your case.
Whether it’s conducting an investigation or defending your claim in trial, we have the legal skills and knowledge to perform consistently at a high level. Call us toll-free at (888) 366-5854 for more information.
Providing Quality Legal Representation
The personal decisions you must make after the death of a loved one can be overwhelming by themselves, so the last thing that you want to do is to deal with insurance companies who refuse to provide you with the compensation that you deserve. It is our firm’s job to protect your rights and defend your claim from the insurance company’s attempts to reduce or deny it. Our duties include:
- Conducting an investigation of the circumstances of your loved one’s death to extract evidence that supports your wrongful death claim;
- Negotiating a full and fair settlement with the insurance company or, if necessary, bringing the legal battle to them in trial; and
- Addressing your concerns, answering your questions, and keeping you up to date with the progress of your case.
With over 30 years of experience and millions of dollars in recoveries, the attorneys at Kahn Roven, LLP know how to tackle all the challenges of a wrongful death claim.
Recovering Damages in a California Wrongful Death Claim
As the survivor of a loved one, you may bring forward a wrongful death lawsuit for the recovery of the following three types of damages:
- Loss of financial support;
- Value of household services the decedent would have provided, if applicable, and;
- The loss of love, companionship, comfort, affection, society, solace, moral support, and consortium of the decedent.
Only certain people have the right to file a claim following the death of a loved one, and they are assigned differing levels of priority according to their relation to the decedent. For more information on how rightful beneficiaries are determined, check out California Code of Civil Procedure Section 377.60.
Serving Los Angeles and Woodland Hills
To get in touch with one of our dedicated legal associates, call us at (888) 366-5854. You may also fill out and submit an online contact form and we will get back to you promptly.