Several months ago, a driver crossed the double yellow line on Alexandria Pike and crashed head-on into another vehicle, killing a mother and her small daughter. An unexpected tragedy can strike anybody, anywhere, anytime, and if it strikes your family, you want to know why it happened.

Sometimes when somebody you love dies unexpectedly, you suspect that you are not being given the whole truth about what happened. But nobody wants to answer your questions. People are scared of financial liability for causing the death of your family member. In order to find out the truth of what happened, you may need to file a wrongful death lawsuit.

Alexandra Kentucky Personal Injury Lawyer

Isaacs & Isaacs wrongful death lawyers are on call to help you now. Call 800-800-888 or fill out our online form for a free consultation with an aggressive and compassionate attorney who has the experience and the resources to get answers.

How Will a Wrongful Death Suit Help Me to Find Out What Happened?

An unexpected death can occur in many ways. Maybe your parent died mysteriously after being placed in a nursing home. Or your husband died after an implant surgery. You left your toddler at the same daycare center you have been using for months and received a call that your child was hit by a car. You could have lost a family member in a car accident or a crash with a big semitruck. Whatever caused your loved one’s death, you want answers.

In addition to wanting to know the truth of what happened, a wrongful death causes financial damages to the family. There are medical bills, funeral and burial expenses, maybe lost income and even the cost of therapy to help you deal with the emotional trauma of your family member’s death.

By filing a wrongful death lawsuit, your attorney can demand access to information and evidence that a company or an individual has no obligation to disclose unless they are forced to legally. The lawsuit will allow your attorney to gain access to evidence such as:

  • Company records
  • Witness testimony under oath at a deposition
  • Tangible evidence such as access to a vehicle or a manufacturing plant

Once your attorney has amassed enough evidence to prove negligence or a wrongful act contributed to your family member’s death, the liable parties will likely offer to settle. The stronger your case, the more power your attorney will have to demand a fair and just settlement, or take it to court.

Isaacs & Isaacs Wrongful Death Lawyers Will Investigate and File the Lawsuit

Isaacs & Isaacs Personal Injury Law Firm has been representing Kentuckians who were injured or killed by somebody else’s negligence or wrongful act for decades. We have the resources to conduct a full investigation into your family member’s death. It may be expensive to do so, but we can bear the cost. We will represent you on a contingency fee basis. You don’t have to pay us anything until we win your case or negotiate a fair and just settlement. In some cases, an admission of wrongdoing and a formal apology was part of the settlement agreement.

Kentucky Wrongful Death Statute of Limitations

In Kentucky, there is a legal time limit for filing a wrongful death lawsuit called a Statute of Limitations. The deadline is one year after the date of death. If you miss this deadline, you can and almost certainly will be barred from any legal action you initiate regarding your family member’s death. Because of this, and for many other reasons, it is crucial that you contact an experienced and aggressive Isaacs & Isaacs Wrongful Death Lawyer without delay.

We are standing by to help you now. Call 800-800-888 or fill out our online form to speak to an Isaacs & Isaacs wrongful death attorney.