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DUI Accident FAQs
Those who have lost someone they have known as a result of an auto accident can attest to the fragility of life. 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?
If someone is killed as a result of automobile negligence, it is considered to be a wrongful death by law. While wrongful death is not criminal, it is a pursuable claim for damages against the at-fault driver and their insurance company.
Funeral benefits up to $10,000 may be available through Personal Injury Protection (PIP) coverage if your loved one was an insured driver. If your loved one was uninsured but was killed by an insured driver, funeral benefits may be available through the other driver’s insurance. Dan Newlin Injury Attorneys strive to help those who have suffered such a terrible loss. We investigate available benefits and help connect you with those who can help you make the end of life arrangements, at no cost to you.
Call Dan Newlin Injury Attorneys at 800-257-1822. As a former sheriff’s deputy, Dan Newlin has seen several fatal auto accidents from the perspective of a rescue worker. His time spent in uniform had a great influence on why he chose to become an attorney. He has always believed that as an attorney he has a great responsibility to help those in need during difficult times. Dan Newlin Injury Attorneys are humbled to have been able to help so many families that have had to go through the awful process of losing a loved one in an automobile accident.
We understand that our hard work will never bring back a loved one, but we would like the opportunity to make the process easier on you and your family members. Call us today and let us help guide you through this process.