Families Deserve Justice When A Loved One Is Killed
If you have lost a family member as a result of the negligence of another person, whether in a car accident or truck accident, as the result of a workplace injury, or because of an unsafe product, the financial and emotional consequences can be devastating. In these turbulent times, you need the compassion and understanding of a lawyer who will fully protect your rights.
At the law offices of Duffield, Lovejoy & Boggs, Attorneys at Law, we understand the financial and emotional devastation that can result from the accidental or wrongful death of a loved one. We are lifelong residents of West Virginia who appreciate the sacred nature of our duty in wrongful death actions. Let us help you seek the justice ― and compensation ― you so desperately need following a loved one’s death.
No recovery, no fee: We often represent individuals and families with wrongful death claims on a contingency basis, meaning that if we are unable to secure damages for your injuries, we will not charge you any attorney fees.
Holding Negligent Parties Accountable When Their Actions Result In Death
Although we prepare all of our cases for trial, many of our accidental death claims settle beforehand. While money cannot make up for the loss of a loved one, it can still be helpful when the deceased was an important wage earner for the family. In most situations, however, you simply want justice and accountability for the tragedy visited upon your family.
We have the experience to handle a wide range of wrongful death claims, including those associated with:
- Fatal accidents at work, such as deadly accidents involving coal miners, construction workers, loggers and oil workers, just to name a few
- Fatal car accidents, including those involving drunk drivers, fatigued truckers and distracted drivers
Our firm uses cutting-edge technology in negotiations, trial presentation, the examination of accident scenes and the analysis of evidence in all of our wrongful death cases. We also record interviews with survivors to document the impact that the loss has had upon their lives. We tell the jury the story of what you have lost to help secure the compensation you need to move forward with your life.
If you have questions about filing a wrongful death claim or simply wish to discuss whether such you have a claim, contact us today and speak with one of our attorneys.
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Schedule your FREE legal consultation today by calling our Huntington office at 304-521-4572 or toll free at 877-262-3376. You can also reach us online. We serve families throughout West Virginia, eastern Kentucky and southwestern Ohio.