Losing a loved one is painful enough without having to fight for justice. If negligence or intentional wrongdoing resulted in an untimely death, the victim’s family deserves compensation. This is where an experienced wrongful death lawyer can make all the difference.
Serling & Abramson, P.C. has a proven track record fighting for just compensation after tragic, preventable deaths in Michigan. Our attorneys are compassionate advocates who understand this is an extraordinarily difficult time. We will handle every aspect of your wrongful death claim so you can focus on healing.
When a loved one’s life is cut short by another’s negligence or misconduct, you need an advocate who will fight for justice. Serling & Abramson, P.C. have over 50 years of experience helping Michigan families recover after tragic wrongful deaths. Here’s why we should be your first call.
With over 50 years representing victims in Michigan, Serling & Abramson, P.C. has the expertise to build a solid wrongful death case. Our legal team includes:
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Pursuing compensation after a wrongful death is complex. Our attorneys will handle every aspect of the case so you can focus on moving forward. Key steps include:
Serling & Abramson, P.C. handles wrongful death cases in a wide range of contexts. Some examples include:
In addition to the above wrongful death cases, our firm can also help with cases involving: remises liability, fires, dog bites, environmental contamination, medical malpractice, drug overdoses, product defects, pedestrian accidents, falling, firearms, and hunting accidents also result in preventable deaths. Our attorneys can pursue compensation in any wrongful death context.
No amount of money can replace your loved one. However financial compensation can help ease the burden during an extraordinarily difficult time. Here are the types of damages that may be available in a wrongful death case.
The exact damages depend on the specific circumstances of your case. Our attorneys have the expertise to seek the maximum available compensation through settlement negotiations or trial.
The deceased victim’s spouse, children, parents, or other statutory beneficiaries may be eligible to file a lawsuit and claim damages. Our attorneys will determine who has legal standing during a free case review.
This refers to the deadline for filing a wrongful death lawsuit, which varies by state. In Michigan, it is 3 years in most cases but just 2 years for medical malpractice. Acting quickly is essential to preserve your right to compensation.
Michigan follows modified comparative fault rules. You may still recover reduced damages if your loved one was less than 50% at fault for the incident leading to death. An experienced attorney can address comparative negligence during settlement negotiations or trial.
Most cases resolve in 1 to 2 years, either through settlement or trial. Complex cases involving extensive investigations, multiple defendants, or appeals may take longer to conclude. Our legal team diligently pursues maximum compensation as quickly as possible.
Losing someone you love is devastating enough without having to handle a complex legal claim on your own. An experienced wrongful death attorney levels the playing field. We know how to build a compelling case, deal with insurance companies, and fight for full financial recovery. With so much at stake, a respected law firm’s expertise is worth every penny.
Contact the attorneys at Serling & Abramson, P.C. today for a free case evaluation.