Arizona Statute of Limitations for Wrongful Death
When a family experiences the loss of a loved one due to a Personal Injury accident, the family should immediately begin the process of filing a lawsuit. This is imperative because the amount of time a person is able to file a wrongful death action is not unlimited. This limited amount of time is called the wrongful death statute of limitation. Once the time limit to bring a wrongful death action expires, a family will no longer be able to file a claim and will no longer have the possibility of receiving compensation for the loss of their loved one.
Depending on the circumstances surrounding the death, it may be difficult to determine exactly when to file a wrongful death claim. For this reason, it is very important that the victim's family contact a Wrongful Death Lawyer as soon as possible. Our experienced Wrongful Death Lawyers will sort through the complicated process of determining the wrongful death statute of limitation and ensure that the wrongful death action is filed in a timely manner.
Claims against Government Agencies or Public Entities
When a government or public employee or agency is negligent and causes an injury, there is a markedly different process involved as compared to a claim against an individual or private business. There is a much shorter time frame to bring a claim and a lawsuit. Therefore, there is an increased urgency to obtain legal counsel to timely submit a claim against a government agency or public entity. A more detailed explanation is available on our Government or Public Entities Claims Pages.
If you have questions or need help concerning a wrongful death case, please contact the Law Offices of Michael Cordova and let our experienced Wrongful Death Lawyers help you obtain your entitled compensation. You can contact the Law Offices of Michael Cordova at 602-265-6700.
Our lawyers not only work on wrongful death cases but in other areas, such as Personal Injury, car accidents, dog bites, motorcycle accidents, product and premises liability, and criminal defense and DUI, so please contact your local Phoenix attorneys for a free, personal, and confidential consultation.
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