If you lost a loved one unexpectedly at the fault of some party, to Kurzban, Kurzban, Tetzeli and Pratt P.A. of Hawaii understand that there is no way to truly compensate for losing a life. There is nothing a person, business, or corporation can do that will ever take the pain away from losing a loved one. There is, however, a way to attain monetary compensation to assist during this tragic time in your life. If you or a loved one has experienced a loss of life due to some person’s negligence or intent, reach out to Kurzban, Kurzban, Tetzeli and Pratt P.A. of Hawaii to help you create a wrongful death civil suit. They are experts in the field to help you carry the burden of finding restitution for the loss of precious life.
Wrongful death is a civil suit that seeks monetary compensation for a loss of life “ by the wrongful act, neglect, or default of any person”. Wrongful death can be seen as an alternative to a criminal action. It can also be filed alongside a criminal case or in reaction to a criminal case. Here are some examples of wrongful death cases:
Kurzban, Kurzban, Tetzeli and Pratt P.A. of Hawaii can help you discern your wrongful death case. Here are other examples, not exhaustive, of types of wrongful death:
In Hawaii this a limit as to who can file this kind of claim. For example, surviving spouse, someone of immediate familial relation, or anyone who is financially dependent on the deceased person. Kurzban, Kurzban, Tetzeli and Pratt P.A. of Hawaii can help you navigate who is best to represent your loved one.
Losing a loved one is a gut-wrenching experience. When it comes naturally or without the fault of someone else, one can reconcile the emotional or monetary damages by relying on others for support and love. However, if your loved one suffered an untimely death due to the actions or lack of actions from some party do the right thing and find justice for your loved one. Call 808-800-2445 or click Kurzban, Kurzban, Tetzeli and Pratt P.A. of Hawaii to be your wrongful death attorneys. They are ready to accept the burden of finding justice for your loved one.