Losing a loved one is always a devastating experience. Our team works to understand the full gravity of your loss, and we commit to pursuing your maximum loss compensation if the death of your loved one was caused by another person's or entity's negligence.
When wrongful and reckless actions end in catastrophe, we invest the full resources of our firm in your case. Our law firm is an established plaintiffs' firm, well-known throughout the country for obtaining substantial compensation awards. Our wrongful death attorneys in Chicago handle all types of fatal accident cases throughout the region, including:
- Product liability (dangerous and defective auto parts, toys, tools, pharmaceutical drugs, construction equipment, household items and more)
- Workplace accidents (construction, industrial, manufacturing, factory, warehouse, trucking and many more)
- Motor vehicle accidents
- Pedestrian and bicycle accidents
- Medical malpractice (birth injuries, surgery errors, anesthesia errors, prescription errors, nursing home abuse and negligence, failure to diagnose conditions and more)
- Police brutality and excessive force (shootings, beatings, wrongful convictions, etc.)
- Other personal injury and other work injury accidents
What Can You Recover In A Wrongful Death Case?
Prevailing in a wrongful death case will not bring your loved one back, but a compensation award will help you cope with loss and cover costs that you do not deserve to burdened with. Compensation for lost family income, loss of companionship, loss of parental care and support, funeral expenses and punitive damages may be available in your case.
You have legal rights, which you deserve to pursue. If we handle your case, our lawyers will help you navigate complex legal systems and processes. We will keep you informed throughout the legal process and tirelessly advocate for your case in all legal forums.
We independently investigate your claim, collaborate with expert witnesses, reconstruct the accident scene, tap all available resources and draw on our 40 years of experience to build the case that is capable of achieving maximum compensation for past and future losses.
Who May Bring A Wrongful Death Claim?
Wrongful death claims in Illinois must be filed by the personal representative of the deceased person's estate, who is usually a spouse, close relative, parent or adult child. If your loved one died without appointing a personal representative, the court may appoint one.
It is critical to consult an experienced attorney about your wrongful death claim as soon as possible. Building a strong case and filing it within the two-year statute of limitations may be a challenge, but it is a challenge we can meet.
Call James D. Montgomery & Associates, Ltd.
Please email or call us today at 312-977-0200 to meet with one of our compassionate attorneys. We offer free initial consultations and handle all cases on a contingency basis, which means you pay no legal fees unless we secure a favorable settlement or verdict on your behalf.