Wrongful Death Attorneys Albany OR.
No one is prepared for the life-changing impact of losing someone they love due to the careless or irresponsible actions of another person. Unfortunately, every day there are people trying to figure out the challenge of just getting through the day after experiencing the shattering effects of a wrongful death. Even though the grief caused by the passing of a loved one under unfair circumstances can be unbearable, it is necessary to be mindful of the future you and your family are now facing. The financial burden alone can be staggering. The law understands your loss can never be made whole again, however, the person or facility that is responsible should absolutely be held liable. Legally, a wrongful death can be defined as a death resulting from the substandard or negligent actions of a facility or individual.
Various types of personal injuries can result in a wrongful death;
Vehicle crashes: Significant injuries that lead to death, or immediate death that is caused by a vehicle collision
Medical Malpractice: Disability or disorder that leads to death, or immediate death that’s triggered by medical mistake or neglect
Premises Liability: Significant injuries that result in death, or immediate death that happens on public or private properties due to a dangerous condition on the premises
Product Liability: Faulty or harmful products that, when made use of, lead to death, or serious injuries ending in death
For more than 40 years the legal team at Shlesinger & deVilleneuve has defended the rights of people living in Oregon. Having obtained a combined total of more than $100 million in judgments or settlements, our record stands alone. Our team of 28 support staff and seven attorneys is experienced and caring, and will be the advocate you and your family can trust. While the loss of your loved one cannot be reversed by any amount of money, we at Shlesinger & deVilleneuve want to help you and your family gain any level of comfort that can be achieved by seeing that the responsible party is held liable. We encourage you to contact our office today; a compassionate member of our legal team will help you to schedule a legal assessment without charge. All of our wrongful death retainers are contingent of a successful resolution. This means you will not need to worry about paying our fee as it will be a percentage of any recovery we make for you and your family. If we don’t win for you, you don’t have to pay any fee!