Milwaukee-based Personal Injury Lawyers Handle Wrongful Death Suits Nationwide

Although based in Milwaukee, Warshafsky Law handles wrongful death cases caused by fatal vehicle crashes all across the country. If you are dealing with the death of a loved one due to a fatal car wreck or motorcycle accident and believe there may be grounds for a wrongful death lawsuit, contact Warshafsky Law to request a free legal consultation.

Our experienced legal team of fatal car wreck attorneys, along with our board-certified accident investigator, has a unique ability to uncover additional parties (individuals, businesses, and even insurance policies) which can be held liable in a wrongful death lawsuit. When we meet with you and learn more about what happened, we'll work to get you the settlement amount you deserve.

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The Internet is great for doing research on the legal issues of wrongful death lawsuits, but it can’t compare to an in-person question and answer session with an experienced fatal auto accident attorney—like the initial consultation offered by Warshafsky Law. There’s no obligation whatsoever to hire us. If you do, though, you’ll owe us nothing until you have been compensated.

Contact Warshafsky Law now to set up a free consultation, or call 414-276-4970.

Milwaukee Personal Injury Lawsuits Frequently Asked Questions

What is the average settlement amount for a wrongful death lawsuit caused by a fatal car accident?

Typically the amount that you recieve from a wrongful death case depends on the circumstances surrounding the accident. The average wrongful death settlement can range from $500,000 to over $1 million dollars.

Is it worth it to sue for a fatal car accident in Wisconsin?

Yes. If someone else is at fault for the accident, you could obtain compensation from liable parties. The amount you receive will depend on the severity of damages in the accident.

How much should I settle for in a wrongful death lawsuit?

Don't settle for the first offer your insurance company puts forward. They could be lowballing you for how much you really deserve, especially if the death of your loved one causes you to struggle financially.

What costs does a wrongful death settlement cover?

The victim's family receives compensation for emotional and financial losses. This will help the family pay medical bills, legal fees, funeral expenses, and more.

How can I sue for wrongful death in the state of Wisconsin?

You must prove negligence or intentional harm, breach of duty, causation, and suffering and damages. Essentially you must find a liable party that caused the death of a loved one.