Helping you to move on with life after a wrongful death
It is a truism that ultimately the only thing you can count on in life is that nothing will stay the same. Yet on a day-to-day level it is hard to appreciate the meaning of that expression until one day something happens that we are completely unprepared for, such as the sudden and unexpected death of a loved one in a fatal motor vehicle accident. In a moment, the future can become uncertain: if the deceased was the primary wage earner, how will that lost income be replaced? Or if he or she was very young, the emotional consequences of a promising life cut so terribly short can be devastating and the emotional trauma can take years to recover from.
We at the Law Offices of Brent C. Miller cannot undo what has happened if someone you cherish in your household dies tragically as the result of someone else's carelessness. But we can help you to deal with the consequences, both economic and non-economic, when such a needless tragedy happens to you. Our legal team is well-qualified to seek redress for you, not only in the more obvious aspects of economic damages -- the medical expenses, funeral and burial costs, and lost income expectations -- but also in the less readily apparent considerations of non-economic damages, which include the emotional pain and suffering as well as the costs connected with seeking counseling and other professional help to work through the grieving process.
The needless loss of a loved one from a car crash caused by someone else leaves a hole in your life that can never be filled in. But through seeking the maximum compensation allowed by law from the person or legal entity responsible for creating that gap, we may be able to help you to carry on with your life in a way that can keep you on a secure financial footing and to alleviate at least some of the sense of loss and the uncertainty that goes with it.