Serving Seattle Families Who Have Lost Loved Ones
Our law firm can help you move forward after a fatal crash
Nothing can compare to the pain of an accidental death of a loved one. While losing a loved one is always difficult, fatal car accidents can be especially devastating because there is no time to prepare. In an instant, your family is changed forever, and you may be left confused, overwhelmed, and with no clear way to move forward.
The Seattle accident attorneys at NBLE Law understand what you’re going through. We’ve helped many families rebuild after losing loved ones in fatal collisions, and if you are going through such a loss, we would be honored to help your family as well.
Handling difficult cases with care and compassion
We understand why many people may not want to involve a lawyer following a tragedy. Still, for many families, taking legal action can actually be an important part of the process of getting closure and moving forward. Some of the ways we may be able to help include:
- Finding out what happened to cause the crash that led to your loved one’s death.
- Holding the at-fault driver or other negligent party accountable for what happened.
- Seeking compensation for your loved one’s final expenses, your family’s loss of care and support, and the mental and emotional pain you’ve endured.
No legal action can bring your loved one back. But we’ve seen many times that filing a wrongful death lawsuit can help families rebuild. Recovering financial compensation can help provide for the people left behind, leaving widowed parents free to care for their children and allowing relatives to return to as much normalcy as possible.
Call today for a free and confidential consultation
It’s normal in the wake of a fatal accident to be bewildered, with more questions than answers. Our law firm will thoroughly investigate the crash scene and surrounding evidence to help you get answers to those questions. And we’ll negotiate with the insurance company on your behalf to pursue the compensation your family needs while you focus on grieving.
We would be honored to meet with you for a free consultation. There’s no cost and no obligation; we just want you to know your rights. Contact us online or call (206) 623-7520.