The Experience Necessary To Handle Wrongful Death Lawsuits

Sadly, so many people lose their lives in many types of accidents as a result of the acts or omissions of others. Workplace incidents, auto accidents and injuries due to hazardous conditions on a property happen everyday.

Fortunately, a victim's surviving family members have options and can pursue legal recourse against at-fault parties to recover compensation for their loss.

Possible Recoverable Damages

Recoverable damages include but are not limited to:

  • The victim's medical bills, funeral and burial expenses, pain and suffering, and loss of future earnings
  • The family's loss of consortium and support
  • Punitive damages to punish the wrongdoer

However, each state is unique. In Tennessee, for instance, there are specific procedures on how to bring a wrongful death lawsuit, the types of damages that are recoverable and their limits. The compensation and how much you can pursue will depend on your specific situation.

In order to maximize your recovery, hiring a legal team that has intricate knowledge of wrongful death lawsuits is important.

A Family Of Attorneys Bringing Individual Expertise To Handle Your Wrongful Death Claim

The lawyers at White & White, Attorneys at Law, have represented many individuals in wrongful death lawsuits and other personal injury matters. As a family-run firm, Felisha, Brandon and Sue White all work as a team, each bringing valuable expertise to handle the firm's cases.

Brandon and Felisha have extensive litigation experience, having handled many cases some of which have been brought before the Tennessee Supreme Court and the Tennessee Court of Appeals. As a registered nurse, Sue White brings valuable insight into the medical aspects that often come into play with wrongful death claims.

If you have lost a loved one in an accident, contact the firm today: 865-622-7768.