Seeking Justice for the Families of Fatal Accident Victims

When individuals and businesses put people’s lives in danger through their negligent, reckless or intentional behavior, they deserve to be held accountable for the consequences of their actions. In many cases, a wrongful death lawsuit is the best way to accomplish that goal.

At Berkshire Ginsberg, LLC, our Portland wrongful death attorneys have long experience helping families take legal action against the parties responsible for the deaths of their loved ones. If you have lost a family member in an accident, we are prepared to be your advocates. Contact us to get legal advice on wrongful death. Call 503-542-3000 today.

Identifying What Happened and Who Was Responsible

Oregon’s wrongful death law was created by the state legislature to make sure that those responsible for fatal acts of negligence do not escape responsibility for their actions. Under the law, the family members of an accident victim can pursue a claim against the responsible party.

Whether or not to pursue wrongful death litigation is a very personal decision. The advice of an experienced lawyer can play an important role as your family considers your options.

Filing a wrongful death lawsuit enables you to gather evidence and uncover the truth about what happened and who was responsible. It also allows you to pursue financial compensation for funeral expenses, loss of financial support to your family, and noneconomic damages.

If you have lost a loved one in an accident, our experienced wrongful death lawyers will take the time to listen to your concerns and provide an honest evaluation of your case. To schedule a free, no-obligation consultation, please contact us at 503-542-3000.

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If you have lost a loved one through the negligent, reckless or intentional behavior of others, contact us today for a free consultation.

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