Life is precious. Those who have lost someone they have known to an auto accident can attest to how fragile life is. Unlike disease or old age, dying in an auto accident is abrupt, unplanned and always a tragedy. In the blink of an eye a family’s life can be turned upside down. One of the most harrowing questions to be asked and answered is… what can be done?
Who is responsible for funeral arrangement and costs? With your life already in a tailspin, you will have people contacting you concerning arrangements for your loved one’s remains. This may be something that you have never even considered or thought about prior to your loss. It is important to know that assistance is available. If your loved one was an insured driver, funeral benefits up to $10,000 may be available through their own Personal Injury Protection (PIP) coverage. If your loved one was uninsured, but was killed by an insured driver, funeral benefits may be available from that driver’s insurance. Please feel free to contact me directly. My team and I have always strived to help those was have suffered a terrible loss in any way we can. We will be more than happy, free of any charge or cost, to investigate what benefits are available and to help you find someone who can help you make arrangements no matter what your financial situation. Call the law office of Dan Newlin & Partners at (407) 888-8000 now, ask to speak with me directly concerning this matter.
What type of claim can be brought for the death of my loved one? When someone is killed as a result of automobile negligence, it is considered to be a wrongful death in the eyes of the law. Whereas wrongful death is not criminal, it is a pursuable claim for damages against the party that is responsible and their insurance company. I highly encourage you to read our Area of Practice on wrongful death or simply click on the link to learn more.
What can I if a loved one has been killed in an auto-accident? Call the law office of Dan Newlin & Partners at (407) 888-8000: As a former Sheriff’s Deputy, I have seen several fatal auto accidents from the perspective of a rescue worker. My time spent in uniform had a great impact on why I chose to become an Attorney. I always wondered about those poor families and what level of recourse would be available to them, if any. It has been a humbling honor to have helped so many families who have lost a loved one to a wrongful death automobile accident. With some many moving parts, my team and I work overtime to ensure that a family can focus on grieving while we devote our sole efforts to making those responsible liable for their actions. Our hard work will never bring a loved one back, but we hope that through our tireless efforts we are able to provide some degree of closure to a family who has suffered a great loss. Call us today, and allow us the honor of serving you and your family in your time of need.