If you’ve lost a loved one to the negligent act of others and you are a spouse, child, or parent of the deceased, you can file a claim.

 Under what circumstances can a wrongful death claim be filed?

     In order for a claim to be filed “the individual, corporation or government entity will have engaged in negligent conduct” (A.R.S. 12-611). This simply means that the death must have occurred in a situation where the defendant failed to provide satisfactory attention and care in order to prevent injuries to others.

Death can be a shocking and numbing experience for the immediate family and friends. If the death is attributed to some negligence on someone’s part or an accident, then the sorrow is even multiplied. At such times, it may not be possible to think logically and clearly especially while dealing with insurance companies and others. However, help is ready at hand. We have an expert Death Claims Lawyer in Phoenix AZ. He is fully trained to handle such cases compassionately. By means of our user friendly website, you can ask for a consultation and check out the various legal remedies and solutions available. Our team consisting of a Death Claims Lawyer in Phoenix AZ are thoroughly professional in their approach and have a high success rate.

 

 Who can file a wrongful death claim in Arizona?

  • Spouse/Personal representative of the spouse

  • Child/Personal representative of the child

  • Parent/Legal guardian

  • Personal representative of the deceased person’s estate

  • EXCLUSIONS: Same-sex partners, siblings, and common law spouses ARE NOT entitled to filing a wrongful death claim

How long do I have to file a claim?

     You need to file a claim IMMEDIATELY with The Schmidt Law Group. Please call The Schmidt Law Group to assist you in filing this claim.

602-282-0047

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