Some scenarios that can lead to a wrongful death claim:
- Surgical medical malpractice deaths
- Car accidents
- drunk driver;
- distracted driver;
- violation of other traffic laws and rules
- Trucking accidents
- truck driver was not in compliance with trucking regulations;
- excessive driver hours
- improper loading resulting in load shift
- Product liability
- Nursing home abuse or neglect
Arkansas has a section of statutes that govern the wrongful death process.
Chuck Halbert, an experienced veteran litigator in the area of wrongful death claims in Arkansas, has been involved in many claims involving the untimely death of a victim of negligence.
In these scenarios, in order to maximize the compensation to a family, it is necessary to set up a standard or special administration of the decedent’s estate in order to have “standing” to bring a claim against the person or company responsible.
Navigating a complex legal landscape
In order to successfully navigate the complex claims and litigation process, you need a personable wrongful death lawyer who is there for you. Chuck Halbert has the knowledge to guide you through this difficult time.
One characteristic that sets him apart is how he investigates the claim, personally as well as together with his legal team.
It’s also crucial to remember that those family members who were dependent upon their lost loved one are entitled to a recovery for the wrongful death of their loved one.
Arkansas allows for heirs to file a wrongful death lawsuit in the event the death of their loved one was caused by the negligence of a person or company.
Chuck Halbert knows that in Arkansas, the most expedient and efficient way to accomplish this is to set up an estate to serve as the Plaintiff in the wrongful death claim and will work with you through the entire claim process.