Wrongful Death

Losing a loved one is probably one of the hardest things anyone has to experience in their life. To make matters worse when it is due to someone else’s negligence that causes a fatality it makes it even harder to grasp. Our office handles wrongful death claims and will help in holding the responsible party accountable, try to bring some closure to the traumatic event and prepare you for the future. In Connecticut, the law allows us to recover certain money damages as follows:

  • The reasonable and necessary medical and funeral expenses.
  • The value of the decedent’s lost earning capacity less deductions for (his/her) necessary living expenses taking into consideration that a present cash payment will be made.
  • Compensation for the destruction of the decedent’s capacity to carry on and enjoy life’s activities in a way that (he/she) would have done had (he/she) lived.
  • Compensation for the death itself.
  • Pain and suffering.

There is no amount of money that can replace a loved one. We can however help provide for you and your family’s future. Do not let insurance companies dictate what you are entitled to. Let our wrongful death attorneys go to work for you and hold those responsible for the fatality accountable.

Let Us Go to Work For You

All consultations are free and there are no fees to you unless we are successful in recovery. If you have lost a loved one due to someone else’s fault contact us at 860-691-1184 or contact us online to set up a free appointment.

What Our Clients Say

“Dave Pazzaglia is very professional and personable. The knowledge he has on his field it shows on his clients response. He is by far the best injury lawyer around our area. No accident is too big or too small for him and I would highly recommend giving Dave a call for any law needs!!"
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