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Family may explore wrongful death claim after fatal I-25 crash

When families lose loved ones in sudden accidents, especially accidents caused by others, they often want to seek justice and restitution. In many cases, if another driver is considered at fault for a fatal car accident, the family of the victim has reason to file a wrongful death claim in order to pursue the outcomes they desire. This type of claim may be filed in Colorado after a recent crash.

Family may file wrongful death claim after fatal Colorado crash

There are many events that can lead people to think that they are owed some form of restitution from other individuals. This type of mindset often comes in the aftermath of fatal car accidents. When a driver's negligence or recklessness results in the death of a loved one, family members often want to seek justice and compensation, and a wrongful death claim can often help them do that.

Wrongful death: Passenger killed when drunk driver runs red light

Impaired drivers are everywhere. Sometimes they are easily spotted because of their erratic driving, and other times, serious car accidents take place before anyone even knows what is happening. In too many of these incidents, drunk drivers cause crashes that lead to fatalities and possible wrongful death claims.

Wrongful death claim may stem from fatal pedestrian accident

When a person is hit by a vehicle, there is little chance that he or she will walk away unscathed. More likely, a pedestrian will suffer serious or fatal injuries due to the lack of protection against vehicles. Depending on the circumstances of such an event, surviving family members may have reason to file a wrongful death claim if the accident does prove fatal.

We stand ready to aggressively pursue wrongful death claims

Recently on the blog we discussed a fatal accident that left two Colorado teens dead. Sadly, traffic fatalities continue to strip far too many people away from their loved ones. While some of these fatal car accidents are determined to truly be accidental in nature, a significant number of them are caused by the negligence of others. Motorists who are drunk, tired, high or distracted can have diminished driving abilities that puts others at risk.

Car accidents often claim lives of young people

Teenagers are often excited to get their driver's licenses and to have the ability to drive themselves and their friends to their desired destinations. Of course, these drivers are inexperienced and are commonly involved in car accidents. Unfortunately, some young people may even lose their lives in these incidents.

Fatal accidents: Colorado crash claims lives of 2

No family wants to receive the sudden and tragic news that a loved one has been killed in an accident. Sadly, families around the world often learn of these events, and their lives are forever changed. Commonly, speed, alcohol or a combination of both are factors in fatal accidents.

Drunk driver causes fatal injuries in Colorado crash

Drunk drivers pose a major threat to themselves and other people on the road. Unfortunately, it is often innocent victims and their families who end up suffering the most after a crash involving a drunk driver. Often, fatal injuries result from these incidents, and surviving loved ones must contend with their grief.

Racing leads to crash, leaves victim with fatal injuries

Some drivers may choose to disregard the safety of others while they are on the roadways. As a result, they may participate in reckless behaviors that can lead to serious accidents. Reckless driving can often lead to crashes that cause innocent victims to suffer fatal injuries.

Fatal injuries result from Colorado pedestrian accident

Most people know that pedestrians face a number of dangers because they are on foot. While many individuals reach their destinations safely, a considerable number of others end up suffering serious or fatal injuries due to being hit by vehicles. These tragic incidents are far too common and leave many families grieving.

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