Wrongful Death

if you have lost a loved one in an accident you believed was the result of another's negligence, you are entitled to seek financial recovery if you can demonstrate the loss of:

  • Companionship and comfort
  • Guidance and counsel
  • Services
  • Financial support
  • Pain & Suffering that your love one endured
  • Funeral Expenses

Persons entitled to sue for wrongful death generally include the surviving spouse, children or parents of the deceased.  However, if there is no plaintiff at the immediate family level, siblings and extended family members may file a claim.  Any claim for wrongful death must be filed within three years of the death.  The attorneys at Hall Ansley possess many years of experience handling wrongful death claims throughout Missouri.  Wrongful death claims can arise from various situations including:

If you have lost a loved one because of the negligence of another and want to know whether you can bring a claim for wrongful death,  contact us to arrange a no-cost, no-obligation consultation today. You can also review some of our past  personal injury claims case results to learn more about our successes.