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Compassionate Counsel In Wrongful Death Suits

Last updated on March 9, 2022

Where death results from another party’s misconduct, the family of the decedent may file a civil suit for wrongful death against the liable party. The family may recover damages for the decedent’s medical bills, loss of future income, funeral costs, as well as for the family’s own pain and suffering, loss of comfort, and loss of consortium.

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At The Law Office of Aman N. Shah, our attorney understands that when you have lost a loved one, you need more than just legal representation; you need a compassionate ally. Attorney Aman N. Shah’s thorough preparation and exceptional attention to his clients’ needs has made him a helpful resource for grieving families in Southern California.

Time Limits Are Short

In most instances, the statute of limitations for filing a wrongful death claim in California is two years, meaning that the family must file suit within two years of the decedent’s death or else its rights expire.

Some common personal injury areas leading to wrongful death claims include:

Wrongful death cases are understandably the most difficult situations to deal with. These cases are wrought with tremendous emotional pain and turmoil and, as such, require the utmost attention and care in handling. At The Law Office of Aman N. Shah, we are equipped to handle all legal aspects of a wrongful death action, thus enabling the family to focus on moving forward from the trauma.

Don’t Delay; We Can Help

If you have suffered the loss of someone close to you, there is no way we can relieve you of the emotional pain, but holding the negligent party responsible can be a sense of justice. But don’t wait too long, as the time limits on these cases are short. Please contact us at 714-312-3974.