Wrongful Death Lawyer
Rueb and Motta has helped many families who have lost a loved one in a wrongful death. When a family member dies because of an accident, negligence, malice or malpractice, family and friends face a difficult grieving process, and going through the Court process can seem overwhelming . If your loved one died in a fatal accident, or by the negligence, malice or by any unlawful means, contact our law firm before you talk to the insurance company or any other persons who represent the wrongdoer. We can explain the laws involved and help you and your family through make decisions during a devastating time.
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Representing the Estate and the Family
At the Rueb & Motta law firm, we have worked closely with many families to resolve wrongful death claims.
- Rueb and Motta have the empathy and the understanding to explain to an insurance company and to a jury who your loved one was and how much you have lost.
- Our investigator will look into the circumstances of the wrongful death and make sure all the details are documented and properly investigated.
- Using economic specialists, our attorneys will quantify the loss of wages and the loss of economic opportunity. We will also quantify as much as possible the value of lost companionship and services as well as the final pain and suffering of your relative.
- Rueb and Motta will do all we can to help your family pick up the pieces and cope with the loss of life. While we cannot bring back your loved one, we can demonstrate how much you have lost and compensate you financially.
- Whatever your relationship to your loved one — spouse, parent, child, sibling — we can offer you advice and counsel about a wrongful death claim.
The attorneys at Rueb & Motta are well known and respected throughout the legal community and among our clients. From our offices throughout the state, our experience and expertise are available to you.
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