Central Illinois: Wrongful Death Lawsuits
When someone's careless, reckless or intentional behavior causes the premature death of a loved one, surviving family members may be able to obtain financial compensation via a wrongful death lawsuit.
A wrongful death lawsuit allows surviving family members to use the legal process to force payment of money for economic damages resulting from the loss of life of a loved one. For example, surviving family members may be able to obtain compensation for losing the wages that the deceased would have earned. In addition, a wrongful death lawsuit allows family members to get compensation for medical bills and funeral expenses. Recent changes in the law also allow family members to recover for grief and sorrow for losing their loved one.
When considering a wrongful death lawsuit, it is critically important to select a legal advocate who will take the time to help build the strongest possible case and who will create a financial settlement demand that represents your loss as thoroughly and accurately as possible.
Doyle Law Team
Offices in Champaign, Danville and Hoopeston, Illinois
Doyle Law Team is a Central Illinois law firm with a proven track record of success helping surviving family members obtain fair and complete financial compensation in wrongful death lawsuits after fatal accidents.
We recently obtained compensation in the amount of $3,000,000 on behalf of two minor children for the loss of their mother as a result of medical malpractice.
Our attorneys is a member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum, a legal organization with membership limited to lawyers who have achieved million-dollar-plus verdicts or settlements for their clients.
You can learn more about the way we handle personal injury cases on our Personal Injury FAQ page.
Contact Doyle Law Team
To schedule a free and confidential initial consultation at one of our three office locations — Champaign, Danville or Hoopeston — call our main office at 217.446.3844, call us toll free at 800.369.4529 (4LAW), or send us an e-mail.