Contact an Indiana Wrongful Death Lawyer
The unexpected loss of a loved one can painfully impact the entire family. From the moment you hire the Ken Nunn Law Office, an entire legal team goes to work for you. We are on your side and we place your interests above all else.
Coming to terms with the loss of a loved one is a traumatic and painful experience, that is only made worse when their death was caused by the negligence of others.
You could be entitled to financial compensation in a wrongful death claim.
If your loved one’s death was the result of another person’s negligent or intentional act, one of our Indianapolis and Bloomington wrongful death lawyers can assist you in filing a claim.
Who Can File a Wrongful Death Lawsuit in Indiana?
Surviving dependents, spouses, and family members can bring a wrongful death claim against a negligent party in the state of Indiana.
Accidental deaths can occur in car accidents, commercial truck accidents, motorcycle accidents, falls, drownings, or as the result of medical malpractice, nursing home abuse, and dangerous products like prescription drugs.
You Can Receive Damages and Compensation For
- Medical bills associated with your loved one’s death
- Funeral and burial costs
- Loss of income (ie, loved one’s wages)
- Loss of benefits (ie, loved one’s health insurance)
Don’t wait to contact an Indiana wrongful death attorney. You have a limited amount of time to file a claim, and the sooner you get started the easier it will be to establish the exact cause of a fatal accident and ensure those liable are held responsible.
The best wrongful death attorneys in Indiana conduct full investigations into each case and explore all of the financial consequences brought on by the loss of a family member so you can get the money you deserve.
If you need an experienced Indianapolis or Bloomington wrongful death lawyer to represent you after the accidental death of a loved one, contact the Ken Nunn Law Office. Our attorneys treat each of our clients with individual care and understand this is a difficult time. We know Indiana law and we are here to help.