Wrongful Death Attorney

Personal Injury Lawyers Serving Tucson, Phoenix, Flagstaff and all Arizona cities and communities

Negligent behavior, while not always harmful, has the potential to have serious and damaging effects on other individuals. In the worst cases, negligence may result in the unnecessary death of another person. When this happens, the passing away of the affected individual is called “wrongful death.” Wrongful death may be caused by vehicle accidents, medical malpractice, workplace exposure to harmful or toxic chemicals, criminal acts, or accidents occurring during a supervised activity.

If someone you love has been a victim of wrongful death due to medical malpractice, then you deserve to claim damages for this terrible situation. The Tucson, Phoenix, and Flagstaff wrongful death attorneys of Miller, Pitt, Feldman, & McAnally, PC can help you pursue your legal right to compensation. Please contact our law offices today to speak with one of our capable and experienced lawyers.

What is wrongful death?

Legally, wrongful death is defined as the death of an individual as a result of another party’s negligent actions. The “other party” may be another person, a group of people, or a company. In order for a wrongful death lawsuit to be successful in court, it needs to have the following four components:

    • Death of an individual
    • Death was caused by someone else’s negligence (or with their intent to cause damage)
    • Surviving family or dependents suffering from monetary strains due to the loss
    • Presence of a personal representative of the deceased’s estate

With these four components present, one may be able to bring to court a successful wrongful death case.

Medical Malpractice Causes of Wrongful Death

Individuals may suffer wrongful death due to medical malpractice. Common types of medical mistreatment that can lead to a wrongful death case include the following:

    • Surgical malpractice/error
    • Medication or pharmaceutical error
    • Birth injury
    • Diagnosis errors
    • Negligence

People who have lost a loved one to one of the above forms of medical malpractice should seek damages for such mistreatment and suffering.

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Tom Cotter


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