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Your Milwaukee Wrongful Death Lawyer

If your loved one died due to the negligence or wrongful act of another, you should seek the advice of a wrongful death attorney to learn more about filing a wrongful death lawsuit. Natasha Misra Law provides the compassionate legal representation that you and your family deserve during this difficult time.
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Filing A Wrongful Death Claim

Find a team that serves you with compassion.

Our team understands that following the death of a loved one, our clients need assurance and confidence that they are in capable hands. Wrongful death lawsuits can be complex, expensive and require a thorough investigations.

That is why hiring the right law firm is so important.

Natasha Misra Law provides clients the care and personal attention their cases deserve.

At our law firm, no client’s case is “just another suit.” We will diligently investigate your wrongful claim and shoulder the burden of seeking retribution for your loss.

Hiring A Milwaukee Wrongful Death Attorney

Natasha Misra Law provides the personal care and attention you deserve.

Finding the right attorney to handle a wrongful death lawsuit is more than finding an attorney with experience handling wrongful death cases. You also want a lawyer who will listen to you, treat you with compassion and be there for you during one of the most difficult periods of your life.

When you work with Natasha Misra Law, we promise to:

  • Keep you informed on the status of your case
  • Answer all of your questions
  • Thoroughly investigate the events that lead to your loss
  • Seek compensation for all responsible parties
  • Provide emotional support during your time of grieving

Get the help you need after The Loss of a loved one.

If you have lost a loved one due to someone else's negligence or wrongful behavior, you likely have questions. Meet with a Milwuakee wrongful death attorney today.
Who can file a wrongful death lawsuit?

Generally, a wrongful death lawsuit can be filed by a surviving family member of the deceased. This typically includes a spouse, child or parent. In some cases, multiple parties may join the lawsuit together.

Do I have a valid wrongful death lawsuit?

A wrongful death claim arises when a death is caused by the negligence, wrongful act or neglect of a person or an organization. This may include accidents, such as a car accident, motorcycle accident, truck accident or pedestrian accident. Wrongful death claims may also be caused by defective products, unsafe workplace conditions, criminal acts or neglect of necessary care.

When do I need to file a wrongful death lawsuit?

There is a period of time in which a person can file a wrongful death lawsuit called the statute of limitations. In Wisconsin, family members have between two to three years from the date of incident to file a wrongful death lawsuit. The exact amount of time depends on the cause of death. Once this time has passed, you will lose the ability to seek compensation from your loss.

What can I recover from a wrongful death lawsuit?

In a wrongful death lawsuit, you can seek both economic and non-economic damages for your loss.

Economic damages are based on financial losses caused by the death of your loved one. This form of damages may include compensation for medical expenses, funeral expenses, and the loss of future income, benefits and services that you would have realized had your loved one lived. Non-economic damages, on the other hand, include compensation for things such as loss of companionship, love and affection.

A third type of damages that is available under certain circumstances is punitive damages. Punitive damages are awarded in wrongful death lawsuits when the court or jury determines that the responsible party should be punished for their actions. Punitive damages are also awarded as a deterrent to ensure that the behavior causing death never happens again.

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