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Wrongful Death

What Benefits Am I Entitled to If My Spouse Was Killed in a Trucking Accident?

April 29, 2019 |
Truck accidents can be devastating due to the sheer size and weight of these vehicles. Unfortunately, when tractor-trailers or other commercial vehicles are involved in crashes with much smaller and lighter passenger vehicles at highway speeds, many of these accidents result in the death of the motor vehicle driver. If you lost a spouse...
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Family Files Wrongful Death Lawsuit Against Milwaukee County Jail

May 22, 2018 |
Attorney Patrick Dunphy is representing the family of a man whose death at the Milwaukee County Jail could have been prevented, according to the lawsuit.Michael Madden, a 29-year-old man, died while at the jail on October 28, 2016 due to an infected and inflamed heart. According to the lawsuit, he told staff that he...
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Why a Milwaukee Lawyer is Important In Wrongful Death Cases

May 18, 2018 |
Wrongful death cases are amongst the most difficult legal actions. Because they result from a terrible tragedy that ended a life prematurely, the emotional and psychological toll on the parties is immense. Because no monetary settlement can replace a lost loved one, courts can never provide families with the result they truly want.The damages...
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The Facets of a Wrongful Death Case

September 27, 2017 |
In Wisconsin, a wrongful death case is a civil case brought on behalf of an individual who died due to the wrongful or negligent actions of the defendant. In this way, the victim’s family can obtain the compensation that will allow them to move on from the tragedy they have endured. However, there are...
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