What Wrongful Death Financials Should I Keep Track of?

What wrongful death financials should you keep track of? It is best to keep a careful record with bills, receipts, and any other documentation that accompanies expenses due to a wrongful death. Here are some financials that you should keep track of after a wrongful death accident:

1. Funeral Costs and Burial Expenses

First, surviving family members should not have to bear the financial burden of funeral costs and burial expenses if some else’s negligence is to blame for the loss of their loved one.

2. Future Financial Contributions

After a wrongful death accident, you may wonder how you will put food on the table, keep your children in their home, and maintain your family’s standard of living. If your loved one’s income provided support, you have a right to recover for their lost wages.

3. Medical Expenses

Additionally, if medical bills are the direct result of the negligent action that caused a wrongful death, you deserve to be compensated. Unexpected medical bills can economically cripple a family for years or decades.

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Where should I start?

If your loved one’s death was caused by someone else’s negligence, there are important steps to take:

  1. Make sure you are within the two-year timeframe to file a claim.
  2. Save the receipts for medical and funeral expenses.
  3. Contact Cave Law to discuss your case and file a claim.

Call Cave Law

Cave Law is your Denver wrongful death attorney. We are fully qualified to help you recover damages due to wrongful death. Each of our attorneys is authorized by the Supreme Court to practice law in all courts in the State of Colorado. We are authorized by the United States District Court of the District of Colorado as well.

Our team is dedicated to walking you through the process of filing a wrongful death lawsuit and has the experience to tackle challenges along the way. You can feel confident turning the details over to us, while you take time to grieve and find a new way forward.

Contact Cave Law today for your free consultation and let us earn your trust during this difficult time.