It can be hard to move on after losing someone we love, especially if his or her death was caused by someone else’s negligent behavior. It is a difficult scenario to cope with, regardless of circumstance. It is natural to feel grief after losing a family member very dear and close to you. Although everybody has unique grief reactions and copes differently, the mourning process after the sudden death may take a while for most grieving families. Cases involving a sudden death generally require the legal intervention of an experienced California wrongful death attorney.
Grief reactions. Not everyone will experience the same feelings and reactions to a specific loss. Some of the most common reactions to death and grieving include:
Survivors can also experience many other symptoms triggered by thoughts of their loss. For instance, when celebrating and special occasion, listening to music, or driving places that bring up strong feelings of grief.
It all depends on the type of defendant in the case. Suing parties have 2 years from the date of the sudden death to bring a suit. If the sudden death was caused by medical malpractice, suing parties have up to three years from the date of the injury or one year after the injury was discovered. If a public entity is responsible for the sudden death, the party must file the claim 6 months after the injury causing the wrongful death.
Contact our California wrongful death attorneys to discuss your wrongful death concerns. We provide honest answers to clients in California and nearby cities. Learn more about your rights by calling us today and scheduling your initial case evaluation.