If a family member or loved one has been killed as a result of the negligence of another person or business, you need an attorney with experience in wrongful death litigation. Wrongful death actions can involve a wide variety of circumstances, including auto and truck accidents, dangerous conditions on property, defective products and other negligent conduct that results in injury. But while the circumstances of the injury vary, there are certain aspects of wrongful death law that are common to all such cases.
Wrongful death actions are subject to specific statutes which dictate the persons who may bring a lawsuit, the manner in which such actions must be pursued and the types of damages that may be recovered. Wrongful death actions involve complex issues concerning future damages, such as the amount that the deceased person would have earned over his or her lifetime. These issues frequently require the use of experts to establish the nature and extent of damages.
You Need an Experienced Wrongful Death Lawyer
Attorney Michael Blanton has handled a wide variety of wrongful death actions, ranging deaths that result from car accidents and truck accidents to deaths resulting from defective products and dangerous conditions of property. Mr. Blanton is well-versed in the special legal and technical issues that are involved in pursuing a wrongful death action. Mr. Blanton has experience in working with the types of experts who are necessary to effectively pursue a wrongful death action. Mr. Blanton has used his experience to help his clients recover millions of dollars in wrongful death actions.
Contact The Blanton Law Firm
If a family member or loved one has been killed as a result of the negligence of another person or business, our wrongful death lawyer would happy to consult with you to determine if his experience could be of benefit in your case.
The Blanton Law Firm serves clients from Evergreen, Conifer, Pine, Bailey, Idaho Springs, Morrison, Golden, the western Denver foothills communities, and throughout the state of Colorado, including Jefferson County, Clear Creek County & Park County, Colorado. Initial consultations are always free.