Wrongful Death

The wrongful death attorneys at Moraitakis & Kushel, LLP are here to fight for the compensation you and your family deserve.

As the family member of someone whose life was cut short in a tragic accident, you probably have mixed–and very strong–emotions about pursuing a wrongful death suit. You know that nothing can undo this tragic turn of events, and that you must learn to live with the loss.

Medical expenses, funeral costs, and other mounting debts only add to your grief. You are probably wondering how you’€™ll ever be able to handle it, and you are not alone. Statistically, most American families rely on two incomes. Many wrongful death accidents leave surviving families with large medical and emergency care bills and an income that has been halved.

Yet if some product, some company, or someone had a legal hand in your loved one’€™s death, there is something you can do. When you consult the wrongful death attorneys of Moraitakis & Kushel, LLP, we listen to your story, take a look at your losses and current situation, and evaluate the circumstances surrounding the accident itself.

If we take your case, we will seek damages in your suit for medical expenses, pain and suffering, loss of companionship, and loss of earning potential (if the deceased was a provider of household income). We are here to fight for the memory of your loved one.

As a wrongful death law firm with over seventy years of combined experience, we have helped many people recover significant compensation for loved ones lost in:

  • Medical malpractice and medical negligence
  • Nursing home malpractice
  • Eighteen wheeler and commercial truck accidents
  • Car, pickup truck, SUV, and minivan accidents
  • Work-related accidents
  • Construction zone accidents
  • Motorcycle accidents
  • DUI, DWI, and alcohol-related accidents
  • Trail and railroad crossing accidents
  • Accidents on board boats and cruise ships
  • Slips, falls, and other accidents that occur on someone else’s property
  • Accidents caused by defective products, malfunctions, or improper warning labels

If you have lost someone you love within the last two years, please call (404) 445-1411 or 1-800-688-2357, or send us an e-mail.

Your initial consultation is free of charge, and we work on a contingency fee basis, meaning you pay no attorney’s fees unless we obtain a settlement or win a jury award on your behalf.