Wrongful Death

Nothing is more difficult than losing a loved one. When a loved one dies due to someone else’s negligence, recklessness or wrongful actions, it only compounds the tragedy. The Arkansas injury attorneys at Daniels Law Firm are dedicated to helping you understand your legal options and obtaining the justice you and your family deserve. You don’t have to worry about the status of your casewhen you work with Daniels Law Firm. While you grieve and honor your loved one, we investigate and build the case to obtain the justice and compensation you’re owed.


Wrongful Death Common Causes

 We have demonstrated success with wrongful death cases of all kinds, including:

  • Automobile Accidents
  • Truck Accidents
  • Motorcycle Accidents
  • Medical Malpractice
  • Defective Products
  • Dangerous Drugs
  • Faulty Medical Devices
  • Aviation Accidents
  • Criminal Acts
  • Exposure to toxic Chemicals


Recoverable Wrongful Death Damages

The laws that govern wrongful death claims vary from state to state. Arkansas separates wrongful death claims into two sub-categories: the estate and the family claim. The estate claim is a claim by the estate of the deceased person. It seeks compensation for losses the deceased person suffered as a result of his or her death.  Funeral and burial costs, medical bills for treatment of the deceased, pain and suffering the deceased endured before death, and the loss of the value of the deceased person’s remaining life – including wages likely earned can be paid in an estate claim.

The family claim is a claim by the surviving family members of the deceased. A family claim can seek compensation for losses the family members suffered as a result of losing their family member. Loss of the financial support of the deceased, loss of household services, and loss of care, comfort, and guidance can all be paid in a family claim.

If your loved one endured awrongful death, call the Arkansas injury lawyers at Daniels Law Firm today.