Wrongful Death Attorney

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What is Wrongful Death?

When a person dies as a result of the misconduct of others, the beneficiaries of the victim may have cause to file a wrongful death claim against the party responsible for the death. A wrongful death attorney is needed to review the claim and determine if the incident meets the requirements for a wrongful death case. The statutes surrounding wrongful death claims vary from state to state. Hiring an aggressive attorney who is well-versed in your state's specific requirements is key to the outcome of your case.

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Rhode Island Wrongful Death Laws

Wrongful death laws are taken very seriously in the state of Rhode Island. The laws and penalties regarding wrongful death in the state of Rhode Island are very clear cut. An attorney experienced in the wrongful death field will utilize their knowledge of these laws to mount a solid case in favor of the victim's beneficiaries.

Our legal team understands that no amount of compensation can ever replace the premature death of a cherished loved one. There are many difficult days ahead in the healing process; our firm is committed to helping you navigate the complex legal paperwork and financial hardships you may have to incur. We have supported clients during these arduous times; fighting to ensure they receive the rightful compensation is received in honor of their victimized loved one. If you've lost a loved one due to wrongful death contact attorney Bank as soon as possible. Wrongful death cases are fragile and time sensitive. Contact our law firm at (401) 229-5088 to find out how we may be of service to you during this difficult time.

§ 10-7-2 Persons who may bring actions – Limitation of actions – Minimum recovery period. – ...the wrongful act, neglect or default is discovered... Whenever any person or corporation is found liable under §§ 10-7-1 – 10-7-4 he or she or it shall be liable in damages in the sum of not less than two hundred fifty thousand dollars ($250,000).