Kansas City Wrongful Death Lawyer
Suing for the Death of a Loved One
If your family has lost a loved one in a fatal accident, a Kansas City
wrongful death attorney from our team may be able to help you recover
financial compensation. If you believe that the death was caused by another
negligence or wrongful act, you may have the right to pursue legal action and hold
wrongdoers accountable. We understand what a difficult time this must
be for your family, and we are prepared to guide you step-by-step through
the wrongful death claim process and fight on your behalf.
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Anyone who causes the death of another person through carelessness or recklessness
can be held accountable in a personal injury lawsuit. Common examples
of wrongful death cases that we handle include:
We will investigate the accident for evidence that could help support your
claim and will work diligently to resolve the matter in your favor. If
at all possible, we will seek to settle the case out of court, but will
not hesitate to resort to litigation if necessary.
Our Past Wrongful Death Cases
The Montee Law Firm, P.C. opened its doors in 1996, and we have been faithfully
representing personal injury clients ever since. With more than 100 years
of experience among our Kansas City wrongful death attorneys, we have
successfully handled a number of these types of cases, some of which include:
- $12.25 million settlement involving a building explosion
- $7.6 million settlement involving a semi-truck
- $2 million jury verdict involving an auto accident
- $1.225 million settlement involving a drunk driving accident
To view more of the wrongful death cases that we've successfully handled,
verdicts and settlements page.
Wrongful Death Damages in Kansas City
When you work with an attorney from our firm, you will have over 100 years
of combined experience on your side and the support of a team that has
recovered more than $250 million for our clients. The plaintiff in a wrongful
death action is capable of claiming damages for:
- Mental anguish
- Suffering & bereavement
- Loss of companionship
- Loss of comfort or protection
- Loss of financial contribution from the deceased
- Punitive damages
Contact us for an initial consultation to learn how we can help.