When you ride a motorcycle, you expect drivers to be aware of your presence. Not paying attention to the roadways can mean serious injuries or even your death. Drivers sometimes pull out in front of motorcyclists or follow them too closely; those are both negligent acts that could result in injuries and a person's wrongful death.
In the story of a tragic accident that left a woman dead on Christmas Eve, one driver was accused of using a cellphone prior to the crash. Now, a June 2 report has stated that the man allegedly responsible for this woman and mother's death has been indicted for his role in the accident. He has been charged with negligent homicide.
When a car crash leads to your loved one's death, you may feel that the person responsible should pay for his or her actions. You aren't alone in thinking that way, and you may be able to seek compensation to help cover the costs associated with the wrongful death, as well as non-economic damages. There is no reason you should have to pay for an accident that wasn't caused by you or your loved one.
Losing a loved one in a car accident often happen suddenly, but is always devastating. When that wrongful death is the direct result of another person's poor driving or a impaired driver, you may be at a loss for how to proceed. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to seek compensation. While money won't bring back a loved one, it can make the financial strain of an accident a bit easier.
If your loved one is struck by a car, he or she can be left with serious injuries or even be killed. In a situation where a death is involved, it can be heartbreaking for your family. You suddenly may have to deal with funeral arrangements, medical bills and lost wages, all while mourning your loved one.
If you've lost a loved one in an accident, then you may wonder what you can do about it. In a wrongful death case, you may be able to seek compensation. Of course, in New Hampshire, you aren't alone. In fact, in 2013, crash fatalities reached a 5-year-high, and that could be upsetting to many readers.
New Hampshire readers might have heard about this man who died in Vermont after a co-worker drove a log truck into him. According to this story about the man's wrongful death, the 42-year-old man who was driving the truck claimed that he thought the 24-year-old man was clear of the truck when he began to drive it forward. They had been working on the truck together prior to the accident.
Car accidents, along with other types of collisions, that lead to the death of a loved one can be devastating and emotional. During times like these, it's wise to consider your legal options, because there are often paths you can take toward recovering costs associated with the accident. If you have experienced the wrongful death of a loved one and worry about how you will pay for medical expenses or funeral costs, an attorney may be able to help.
The news isn't lacking when it comes to stories of negligence, and this wrongful death case might interest you. If you've been a fan of the New England Patriots in New Hampshire, you might have heard about this wrongful death lawsuit that has been filed against former tight-end Aaron Hernandez. According to the wrongful death lawsuit, he's being sued by a family who believes he killed a member of their family in a shooting. The news doesn't say exactly what happened to lead to the death of a 27-year-old man, but Hernandez is now in the middle of a tricky legal battle while he professes his innocence.
Portsmouth, New Hampshire, residents may have heard about a recent shooting involving a 45-year-old woman's wrongful death The woman was allegedly shot in self-defense by a police officer on Sept. 30, 2013, but her family doesn't believe that was the case. Now, her family is suing the state over the wrongful death of the woman.