Your loved one's death was a tragedy that might have shaken you to the core. Instead of taking illegal actions to get back at the person who was responsible, you can take legal action to hold him or her accountable. We know that this is a difficult time for you, but we are here to help you get your case together.
There are several things that you need to think about when you are preparing your claim. One of the things that we need to work on is determining what types of damages you are going to claim. This could include loss of consortium, final expenses and loss of financial support. Other options might also be possible.
As unpleasant as it is to think about, pain and suffering might be one of the damages that you need to claim. This would be the case if your loved one didn't pass away right when he or she was injured and ended up living in agony.
Wrongful death cases are very difficult to handle because the emotional toll of the death is so great for everyone involved. We understand that you need time to work through your emotions; however, the Oklahoma statute of limitations places a firm time limit on how long you have to act. This means that you can't waste time before you take action.
Throughout your case, we will be here to make sure that your rights are being respected and that your loved one's story is told. Keeping these at the heart of the case keeps the focus where it needs to be.