There is no greater anguish suffered than the death of a family member, especially when it was caused by another person’s conduct. As hard as it may seem, the family must act quickly in order get the accountability they will want after the funeral is over and the initial grief subsides.
I have had many families contact me grief-stricken and angry over the wrongful death of a family member. In many of these cases, I was able to explain everything that needed to be done right away to protect their rights to get accountability later. Because they contacted me quickly, I was able to preserve valuable evidence and get clear answers as to what had happened, which led to the accountablity they were seeking and compensation they deserved.