Wrongful Death Cases in Missouri

Being injured can cause life-disrupting challenges and changes to the injured and their families. However, when an incident results in the death of a person, it can be devastating. The nature of accidents and incidents is that they are unexpected and surprising. These types of surprises can require family members to come forward to take […]

Can You File a Wrongful Death Claim Against a Hospice Care Facility?

People in a hospice care facility are typically in their final days or weeks of life. Patients often make the decision to go into hospice care because they would prefer to be out of a hospital setting, and there’s really nothing more a hospital can do for them as far as treating their condition or […]

How Do You Put a Price on a Wrongful Death Claim?

When someone causes the death of your family member through their negligence, failure to act or wrongful behavior, Missouri law may allow you to file a wrongful death claim against that person — or even a business. Wrongful death claims serve two important purposes. They create financial consequences for those who cause harm to others, and […]

When Can You File a Wrongful Death Lawsuit?

Losing a loved one in Missouri can be a difficult time for you and your entire family. If your loved one’s death could have been prevented, their passing may feel like much more than a tragic accident. Filing a lawsuit won’t bring your loved one back, but it might bring the person who caused their […]

Legal Action Might Stem from Anger After a Sudden Loss

When you lose a loved one unexpectedly, you might go through a range of emotions. One of these might be anger if the death was the result of a person’s negligence. When this happens, you might feel compelled to avenge the death. You can’t just fly off the handle and act out of sorts. Instead, […]

Answering These Wrongful Death Questions Could Change Your Life

When a loved one’s death is the result of another person’s negligence, your life is turned upside down. As you grieve, it’s critical to revisit the cause of the death with a focus on the steps you can take to hold the negligent party responsible. You’re not alone if you don’t have much (or any) […]

Funeral Planning is Difficult After an Unexpected Death

The sudden and unexpected death of a loved one means that you need to handle specific tasks. One of these might be planning the funeral. Unless the person had a pre-arranged funeral, you are going to have to make the decisions. This can be difficult, especially when you are dealing with grief. When you sit down […]

Intense Waves of Emotions are Possible After a Loved One’s Death

Many things have to be done when a loved one passes away. You might not be prepared for this when the death is sudden, such as when a person is fatally injured in a car crash. When this happens, you have to find out what you need to do. One of the first things that […]

A Fatal Crash Demands Swift Action by the Victim’s Family

The death of a loved one is hard to deal with, but the trauma is often increased when the death was unexpected and traumatic. The stress of the situation can lead to you become very angry, but you can’t let this anger get the best of you. Instead, use that to fuel your efforts for […]

What is the Legal Basis for a Wrongful Death Claim?

Sometimes an accidental death — as tragic and difficult as it is to endure — is nothing more than an accident and no one is at fault. Other times, someone acted in a wrongful, negligent or unlawful manner that caused the death. In these situations, surviving close family members can pursue a wrongful death claim […]