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Norman Wrongful Death Attorneys

Compassionate Counsel for Wrongful Death Claims

If you have lost a loved one through the negligence or wrong-doing of another, no amount of damages can ever compensate you for your loss. At the Law Offices of Keith J. Nedwick, P.C., we understand the loss you have suffered, and we believe that those responsible should be held accountable. Our experienced attorneys can provide compassionate and dedicated representation and hard work to obtain the compensation you and your family deserve.

Our Norman wrongful death attorneys have more than 50 years' combined experience, and we have successfully handled hundreds of cases. We take a collaborative approach to our cases, and you get multiple lawyers for the price of one. We are known for never giving up on our clients, and we have recovered millions of dollars on their behalf. We will extensively research and investigate your case, and keep you involved throughout the process. Go here to view our client testimonials. Our lawyers are admitted to both state and federal courts.

We offer a free initial consultation. Call us today at (866) 590-8173.

What is Wrongful Death?

Each state has it's own wrongful death statutes, and in Oklahoma, wrongful death is when a person is killed as a result of another person's wrongful act. Additionally, the law states that a wrongful death claim must be made within two years of the date of death. The claim can be brought on behalf of your loved one's estate by a spouse, child, parent, sibling, or another duly appointed person.

The types of negligence that can result in wrongful death include:

Obviously, this list only scratches the surface when it comes to the various causes of wrongful death claims. Regardless of how you have lost a loved one, if you are looking to file a wrongful death claim, please do not hesitate to contact our experienced legal team.

Wrongful Death Damages

While it is impossible to put a price on the value of a life, a wrongful death claim does it's best to compensate the loved ones of the deceased. Not only are you entitled to recover tangible, economic costs like medical bills and funeral expenses but the law also provides compensation for non-economic damages like grief, pain, and suffering.

You are entitled under state law to recover damages for:

  • The pain and suffering of your loved one
  • The grief and loss of companionship for the survivors
  • Loss of financial support
  • Loss of household services
  • Medical bills
  • Burial and funeral expenses

The laws that govern these types of claims are extremely complex and require an experienced attorney. At Law Offices of Keith J. Nedwick, P.C., we are prepared to fight for your maximum compensation and to hold those responsible accountable for their actions.

Our firm is thorough, aggressive, and prepared for the cases we handle, and we have a reputation of getting results for our clients. Let our seasoned Norman wrongful death attorney lawyer be your advocate and protect your rights in your time of need.

Contact our firm for professional counsel in a case of wrongful death.

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