Wrongful Death Attorneys

No injury compares to a wrongful death.  When the negligent actions of another result in the death of a loved one, a wrongful death lawsuit is often the last thing on the survivor's mind.  Those who survive the death of a loved one deserve time to grieve, and often times do not want to consider whether the individual who caused the death of their loved one should be held liable for his actions.  While a family should take as much time as necessary to grieve, the family should keep in mind that strict time limitations apply to a wrongful death lawsuit.  A wrongful death statute of limitations might forever bar you from recovering for your loss if you don't act now.  Please take the time to grieve, but do not wait too long.  If you wait too long, the statute of limitations for wrongful death will bar your recovery.

What is a wrongful Death Suit

A wrongful death suit is a civil claim.  A civil wrongful death claim means taking civil action against those who caused the death of your family member or loved one.  A civil action for damages is intended to hold responsible those who cause injuries to another due as a result of negligence.  Wrongful death statutes are complex, and will require the help of a wrongful death law firm to properly sue for wrongful death. 

Recovery in a wrongful death claim is often long and hard.  The Law Offices of Frederick W. Nessler & Associates, Ltd. has been helping those who survive wrongful death victims for over 35 years.  We have recovered millions in wrongful death damages and wrongful death settlements.  If you are considering suing for wrongful death or pursing wrongful death compensation, you need a law firm that is familiar with wrongful death verdicts, wrongful death awards and wrongful death insurance.    Nessler & Associates will help you recover the full amount you are entitled to recovery by looking at all parties who might be responsible for the death of your loved one.

Our wrongful death attorneys handle a broad range of cases where injuries have resulted in death, including:

Who can sue for wrongful death

Determining who can sue in a wrongful death claim can often be obvious, but can sometimes be complex.  Wrongful death law is statutory in nature.  This means, the only people who can sue for wrongful death are those individuals that the wrongful death statute allows.  If you have questions whether you can sue for a wrongful death lawsuit, you should seek the advice of an experienced wrongful death attorney.  Nessler & Associates has recovered millions in wrongful death lawsuits and wrongful death settlements.  We will help you determine whether you have standing to sue for wrongful death.  Contact us now for a free consultation.  

If your loved one was killed due to the negligence of another contact one of Nessler & Associates wrongful death lawyers.  We have helped those surviving the victim of a wrongful death negligence recover millions in wrongful death settlements.  Our wrongful death law firm will help you recover the compensation you need and will provide the representation you deserve.

Out experienced team of wrongful death attorneys practice throughout central Illinois and Florida.  Our office locations include Springfield, IL., Decatur, IL., Champaign, IL., Chicago, IL., and Tampa, FL. area.

We don't get paid unless your case is settled or won.  Call our team of aggressive wrongful death lawyers today at 800-727-8010 or click the button below to inquire about an injury or wrongful death.