Anne Arundel County Wrongful Death Lawyer

We Can Fight for Your Family

There are many situations where negligence can cause severe injuries through accidents whether on the road, at work, or in other areas. When these accidents result in the death of a victim, or when injuries suffered in this accident result in death, the victim is said to have been the victim of wrongful death. When a person's life is ended prematurely, then the family and loved ones of the victim may be entitled to compensation or support for the hardships that they endure. If your loved one has been killed in an accident due to the negligence or malice of another, then it is important for you to seek representation and pursue the compensation that you deserve.

According to Maryland Courts and Judicial Proceedings §3-904, the father, mother, or child of a wrongful death victim is entitled to money damages. According to this same section, the damages recovered will be divided among the primary beneficiaries with secondary beneficiaries being included in some cases. It is important that you understand how these laws apply specifically in your case, and that you have skilled representation on your side to help you effectively pursue the results that you need for your future.

Suffering from the loss of a loved one?

At Trunnell Law, LLC, we have seen the hardships endured by the family of wrongful death victims, and we have seen how damages can help in these situations. While no amount of money can truly compensate for the loss of a loved one, these damages can often help to soften the impact that this will have on your daily life. We understand the difficulties that you are experiencing, and you can be sure that we will work to help you pursue the results that you need. Let us put our years of experience to work for you in the situation that you face.

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