Wrongful Death


Mourning the loss of a loved one is difficult enough. Let us carry the burden of ensuring that they get the justice they deserve.

Losing a loved one unexpectedly is very difficult, especially if you know that their death could have been avoided if the party at fault had exercised a little more precaution. In addition to the heartbreaking devastation, you may suffer significant financial losses in the form of hospitalization bills and funeral costs. In some cases, you may lose the likelihood of a good future if the deceased was the sole provider of your family.

Whatever the case may be, Dothan Law Group’s wrongful death lawyers are here to help you hold the party at fault accountable for their negligence and ensure that you get a befitting compensation.

When to file for a wrongful death lawsuit

Before filing for a wrongful death lawsuit, it is important to understand what qualifies as a wrongful death by law. While all circumstances surrounding a death are different, the accidents must contain the following elements to be classified as a wrongful death.

The loss of life of the victim should be a result of the negligence or the wrong action of the party at fault to be deemed a wrongful death.

There should be proof of a direct correlation between the action of the party at fault and the death of the victim.

The death must result in damages and loss. These damages can be in the form of financial, emotional, and psychological losses to the family of the deceased.

A skilled wrongful death lawyer can help you determine whether the passing of your loved one was a wrongful death and file for a claim within the statute of limitations of the accident. In this case, the statute of limitations is two years from the time of the incident.

We represent the families of wrongful death victims who lose their life due to:

Work with the best wrongful death attorneys in Dothan Alabama

While no amount of money will ever be enough to replace your loved ones, we will help you understand your rights and file a lawsuit on your family’s behalf so you can get compensation for:

Understanding all the processes, guidelines, and legalities required for claiming compensation from the at-fault party can be difficult, but with us, it does not have to be.

At Dothan Law Group, our highly experienced wrongful death lawyers have helped many bereaved families alleviate the financial burdens surrounding the wrongful death of their loved ones. We handle each case with compassion and the utmost attention to detail.

Our lawyers help you with all the legalities and procedures surrounding your lawsuit including:

We gather all the necessary documents required to file a strong, solid lawsuit that can withstand challenges from the at-fault party’s legal team to ensure that you get the rightful settlement amount.

From connecting with witnesses and gathering footage to hiring independent investigators, we gather as much evidence as we can to strengthen the case in your favor.

We negotiate with the legal team of the party at fault on your behalf out of court to avoid a lengthy trial, while working in your best interest to get you the best compensation payout.

It is not uncommon for the party at fault to deny liability for the wrongful death and raise legal defenses to fight your lawsuit or refuse to pay adequate compensation. Our wrongful death attorney will take the responsible party to court and prove the injustice to the jury to make sure that you win the case and receive a befitting settlement amount.

Get expert advice advise from a qualified Dothan, Alabama wrongful death attorney!

Connect with us today and tell us everything about your case so we can formulate an effective way forward together. The cost? Don’t worry, the initial consultation is on us. Moreover, with Dothan Law Group attorneys, you do not have to worry about the financial risks that may come with your case. Our firm works on a contingency fee basis, meaning we do not get paid anything until you are fully compensated for your claim.

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