When a tragic accident caused by someone else’s negligence claims the life of a close relative, their family members can face unimaginable grief. Losing a loved one is always a difficult emotional experience, but it can be all the more devastating when their death was the product of a senseless, preventable accident caused by someone else’s wrongful conduct.

The relatives of wrongfully deceased accident victims may require a significant amount of time before they feel ready to address the fatal consequences of a negligent party’s actions. But grief is a process. There is no set timeline for mourning, rather it is a unique emotional journey specific to each individual who has suffered a tragic loss. 

However, if bereaved family members incurred damages as a result of their relative’s death and wish to pursue legal action to recover compensation from the at-fault party whose negligence caused their loved one’s deadly accident, they only have a short time in which to act. While money may be the furthest thing from the mind of a grieving parent, spouse, child, sibling, grandparent, or grandchild, failing to take action within two years of their relative’s death could cause them their only opportunity to legally pursue compensation. 

The close family members of wrongfully deceased accident victims are often required to pay substantial costs for necessary expenses prior to and after their loved one’s death. Those who relied on their deceased relative for financial support may find themselves in dire straits upon losing expected future income. Plus, in addition to the economic damages they often incur, bereaved family members may sustain non-economic damages related to their loss. 

Our wrongful death lawyers serving Shediac have a history of helping bereaved family members in the region in their pursuits of accountability and justice. By pursuing a civil claim against the negligent party whose wrongful actions led to your family member’s tragic, unexpected passing, our Shediac wrongful death lawyers may be able to help you recover damages you incurred as a result of your relative’s death, as well as damages you will incur in the future. These damages might include: 

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

Preszler Injury Lawyers believe that no one should be forced to endure the indignity of incurring financial losses after suffering the loss of a close relative in an accident caused by someone else’s negligence. If someone owed your family member a duty of care and failed to take their safety into consideration, they should be held responsible for the fatal consequences of their wrongful actions. By working with our wrongful death lawyers serving Shediac, the following close relatives may be eligible to pursue civil action against the at-fault party within two years of their family member’s death:

  • Parents
  • Spouses
  • Children
  • Siblings
  • Grandchildren
  • Grandparents

To learn more about how our Shediac wrongful death lawyers may be able to assist you with your case, call Preszler Injury Lawyers as soon as you are ready, and receive a free initial consultation.

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If your mother or father, wife or husband, sister or brother, grandchild, or grandparent was killed in an accident caused by someone else’s negligence, our wrongful death lawyers serving Shediac may be able to help you recover compensation for damages you have incurred or will incur in the future. 

To learn about options for financial recovery that may be available to you, call Preszler Injury Lawyers to discuss your case in a free initial consultation with our wrongful death lawyers serving Shediac.


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