In Kentville, the wrongful conduct of other parties or entities can have fatal consequences. Negligent motor vehicle operators, property owners/occupiers, nursing home staff, professional service providers, medical practitioners, and other people legally required to uphold a duty of care to their fellow community members can create hazardous situations in which innocent, unsuspecting Kentville residents can tragically lose their lives.

Losing a close loved one is never an easy experience. But for the family members of wrongfully deceased accident victims, the emotional upheaval can feel too great to bear. Coping with the overwhelming shock, grief, and loss can be a lengthy process, during which the bereaved relatives of a wrongfully deceased child, spouse, parent, sibling, grandchild, or grandparents may require space to mourn in their own individual way. 

When relatives mourn the sudden, unexpected, and preventable death of a loved one, they may not even consider their legal rights or options for financial compensation. However, the fact remains that family members who lose close relatives often incur monetary losses as a direct result of their loved one’s passing. If their death was the result of an accident caused by someone else’s negligence, the victim’s close relatives who sustained economic and non-economic damages may be entitled to pursue legal action. 

However, unlike other provinces with longer statutes of limitations on wrongful death claims, grieving relatives in Kentville have only twelve short months from the date of the loved one’s accidental death in which to begin legal proceedings against the negligent party whose wrongful actions resulted in their untimely death. If eligible family members do not take action during the first year following their relative’s wrongful death, they forfeit their one opportunity to recover monetary losses they have incurred. 

Our  wrongful death lawyers serving Kentville have a history of helping grieving members of the local community in their pursuits of accountability, justice, and financial compensation. By working with our Kentville wrongful death lawyers, certain bereaved family members may be able to pursue a civil claim to recover the damages they have incurred. These damages often include: 

  • Funeral and burial costs
  • Loss of guidance or companionship
  • Loss of future earnings anticipated over your loved one’s lifetime
  • Medical costs incurred prior to your loved one’s death
  • And possibly more, if eligible

Mothers and fathers who have lost their child, wives and husbands who have their spouse, daughters and sons who have lost their parent, sisters and brothers who have lost their sibling, granddaughters and grandsons who have lost their grandparent, and grandmothers and grandfathers who have lost their grandchild may be eligible to work with our wrongful death lawyers serving Kentville to recover financial compensation from the at-fault party whose negligence stole their relative away from them.

To learn more about how Preszler Injury Lawyers may be able to provide you and your family with crucial legal assistance, call our Kentville wrongful death lawyers as soon as you feel able, and receive a free initial consultation on your case.

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If you lost a close family member in an accident caused by someone else’s negligence, there is not much time in which to act. Book your free initial consultation with our wrongful death lawyers serving Kentville today, and receive personalized legal advice on your case from Preszler Injury Lawyers.


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