Wrongful Death

WRONGFUL DEATH LAWYERS

Of course, money can’t heal your family’s wounds. The monetary damages in a lawsuit for wrongful death are meant to hold the wrongdoers accountable and acknowledge the lost income and other tangible losses.

If a loved one was killed through negligence or reckless indifference, The Palumbo Law Group can pursue justice on your behalf. We will take care of the legal details while your family focuses on the grieving process and putting your lives back together. Serving Prince George’s County and Charles County, our legal team has obtained significant recoveries in wrongful death cases.

Although your family member is gone, prompt action is needed to preserve evidence and to retain your legal rights. Please arrange a free, confidential consultation today.

STRONG AND COMPASSIONATE LEGAL ADVOCACY

When we seek fair compensation for a wrongful death, the insurance companies and the individuals or corporations they represent often have the opposite agenda. Their goal is to deny liability or limit the payment of damages. Founded 40 years ago by retired District Court Judge Richard Palumbo, our law firm has a long reputation of standing up to these powerful entities.

Experienced trial lawyer Daniel Palumbo will personally handle your case. He has obtained verdicts and settlements in many types of wrongful death cases:

  • Auto collisions
  • Motorcycle crashes
  • Commercial vehicle accidents
  • Work-related fatalities
  • Medical malpractice
  • Nursing home neglect

We work with accident reconstruction experts, engineers, medical experts and other professionals to investigate an “accidental” death to reveal the underlying carelessness, negligence or intentional acts. Mr. Palumbo identifies and explores legal action against all parties that may be liable for your loved one’s untimely death.

JUSTICE FOR A PREVENTABLE DEATH

Damages in a wrongful death lawsuit reflect the losses of the survivors. We work with family members and professionals to quantify the measurable impact, from projected lifetime earnings of the deceased to loss of that person’s consortium, companionship, support and household services. If the person experienced conscious pain and suffering prior to death, the estate of the deceased can also seek damages in a parallel survivor action.

We know this is a difficult and chaotic time. You have our condolences and our sincere desire to help. Our wrongful death attorney can sit down with you at our offices in Fort Washington, Waldorf or Riverdale to discuss your rights and legal remedies.

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(301) 292-8300