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Have you recently lost a loved one in a wrongful death accident? Attorney Mansfield Collins knows how devastating it can be to suddenly lose a family member as a result of another's negligence or wrongdoing. Family members lose the love, companionship, comfort, guidance, and often, financial support of a deceased family member.

The surviving family members can bring a wrongful death suit against the responsible party for their loved one's unjust, untimely, and unnecessary death. A wrongful death suit can be filed as the result of many circumstances. 1. A negligent or careless act such as an inattentive driver; 2. A motor vehicle/trucking accident caused by a defective equipment; 3. Death due to a reckless or irresponsible act by another person; 4. Intentional and/or deliberate acts of violence such as murder, assault, and/or battery; 5. Unintentional death in the course of another crime; 6. Unintentional death during a medical procedure; 7. Death due to neglect of a doctor, hospital or nursing home; 8. Defective drugs or wrong medication; 9. Negligence in the enforcement of safety regulations; 10. Use of faulty equipment or tools; and, 11. A negligent property owner who fails to meet safety regulations.

The immediate hiring of a knowledgeable, dedicated wrongful death attorney is the first step to a successful wrongful death case. In most cases, the insurance company or employer of an at-fault party will immediately begin to investigate a death and will go to any length to defend their company or employee who caused the occurrence that resulted in the death, regardless of the degree of negligence on the part of the at-fault party.

Immediate investigation by an experienced wrongful death attorney on behalf of the deceased loved one is essential to ensure that the at-fault party does not succeed in further wrongfully placing blame on the deceased person who no longer has a voice of his own.

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