When someone is killed in an accident, the grief can be unbearable. But when the death was caused by someone's negligence, other emotions like anger, confusion and hopelessness can also emerge. Anger that someone's carelessness or recklessness has caused such pain and loss. Confusion over how and why the accident happened. Often, families do not know what happened and they want and need to know these facts to help obtain closure. Hopelessness over how to move forward with their lives. In addition to the heart-wrenching emotional losses that come with losing a family member, there are often other issues such as how the family will survive economically, etc. At The Law Offices of John Day, P.C. our attorneys and staff understand all of these emotions and we can help you successfully navigate through them and the legal process.
For more than 30 years, John Day and our award-winning team has been representing families whose loved one has been killed in an accident caused due to the fault of another person or a company. These cases are often referred to as wrongful death cases. Our lawyers understand the range of emotions our clients experience, and we are here to provide answers and to get you and your family the justice and compensation you deserve.
Below are links to the questions most frequently asked by our wrongful death clients:
- How did the accident happen and who is to blame?
- Who has the right to file a wrongful death suit?
- What types of damages are recoverable in a wrongful death suit?
- If money is recovered, who gets it?
- What is the deadline for bringing a wrongful death suit in Tennessee?
If you would like to speak with one of our experienced and reputable wrongful death attorneys about a potential claim, please contact us online or call us at one of our convenient Middle Tennessee locations. While our offices are in Middle Tennessee, we handle wrongful death cases across the State of Tennessee, and we are happy to come to you wherever you are if you are unable to come to us for any reason.