Anyone in Pennsylvania who has lost a spouse, child or other family member knows how difficult the loss of a loved one can be. Very often, people in this situation want answers. This is especially true when the death is the result of another person's negligence. People want answers, but very often other people are not interested in providing them.
Last week we told you about a murder suspect who was also being sued for wrongful death by the victim's family. Police said they found incriminating evidence on the man's property and he was charged with a number of crimes.
Just because someone is facing criminal charges for the death of a victim doesn't mean that they also cannot be the defendant in a wrongful death lawsuit. A person can be held accountable for their acts in a wrongful death case regardless of whether they are facing criminal charges and regardless of the outcome of any criminal trial.
If you have suffered the loss of a loved one and are seeking answers, you may not know where to turn. At our law firm, we do our best to help many people in Pennsylvania with their wrongful death cases. Not only have we helped clients get compensation for wrongful death, we have also helped get answers for victim's families. Families very often want to know why their loved one died, and the legal system is often able to provide these answers to families.
For more information about our law firm and how we might be able to help in your wrongful death case, please visit the wrongful death page on our website.