Hartford Wrongful Death Lawyers

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It’s impossible for words to capture the emotions involved when facing the loss of a loved one in death. Litigation may be the last thing on your mind. But if one of your family members has suffered a wrongful death, you need legal help from an experienced wrongful death lawyer. Gould Injury Law can help you get the justice that you and your family deserve as fast as possible.

Gould Injury Law has been helping the residents of Hartford, CT, successfully litigate wrongful death lawsuits and claims since 2012. We take time to understand you and your family’s unique case and how the death of your loved one has affected you. We sincerely want to understand your story.

Our Hartford personal injury lawyers will work tirelessly for you, building the strongest case possible. You will obtain maximum compensation to cover medical bills, funeral arrangements, lost income, and other costs that have come up as a result of your tragedy. Call Gould Injury Law today at 1-888-WIN-FAST to learn about your options.

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How Do You Know If You Have Grounds for a Wrongful Death Case?

A wrongful death suit can be filed for any number of causes where someone else’s carelessness led to an unexpected death. This might have involved a car accident, medical malpractice, mistreatment, abandonment by a caregiver, failure to maintain equipment that contributed to personal injury, defective or dangerous products, diseases traced back to a known and specific cause, or any other case where someone’s misconduct cost your loved one his or her life.

Who can file a wrongful death claim? In Connecticut, this type of claim must be filed by the executor or administrator of the deceased person’s estate. What if your loved one died without making an estate plan? Then the court may appoint an executor.

In Harford, CT, executors are usually immediate family members—the spouse, parents, or children of the deceased. In exceptional cases, siblings and other relatives may be able to file a claim.

If you are seeking justice for a loved one’s wrongful death, you must know that you bear the burden of proving that the other party was negligent or even reckless leading to loss of life. Wrongful death cases can be challenging to prove. That’s why you need a legal team that knows personal injury and wrongful death cases inside and out.

The wrongful death attorneys at Gould Injury Law can work with you to see if you have solid grounds to pursue a wrongful death claim. We understand that compensated damages won’t return your family member to you. But many people find that they get a sense of closure when guilty parties are held to account and the costs incurred from their relative’s passing are covered.

Please ask yourself, ‘Would compensation for the neglect that caused my loved one’s death help my family navigate the grieving process? Would getting help with funeral expenses, medical bills, and other costs help reduce our anxiety, giving us time and energy to heal?’

If you answered yes to the above questions, we strongly believe we can help you. Let Gould Injury Law work with you to build the strongest case possible and get a favorable outcome that will help your family–fast!

How Long Do You Have to File a Wrongful Death Lawsuit in Hartford, CT?

The state of Connecticut allows for wrongful death claims to be filed within two years of the death of your loved one. This defined time frame means that you must act fast and that you need a lawyer who will do the same.

Don’t miss out on receiving the compensation that you and your family deserve. At Gould Injury Law, we pride ourselves on getting cases settled as fast as possible. Start the process today by connecting with a wrongful death law firm that prioritizes you and your best interests. Call us at 1-888-WIN-FAST today.

What Kind of Compensation Can You Expect?

Wrongful death cases hinge on being able to clearly prove that another person’s negligence or recklessness led to events resulting in the passing of your family member. By helping you prove that your deceased loved one was the victim of someone else’s neglect, you may be able to recover damages for the following:

  • Pain and suffering
  • Loss of income, both present and future
  • Loss of support that the deceased would have provided
  • Loss of enjoyment of life activitiesMedical bills incurred prior to the death
  • Funeral expenses
  • Loss of companionship

The above list is not meant to be exhaustive. And how could it be? There are countless costs related to the loss of your loved one that could never be measured in dollars and cents. While monetary restitution cannot resolve your emotional loss, it is worth your time and energy to recover these damages. Why?

Many people who have suffered a similar loss are surprised at the financial burden incurred upon the death of a loved one. These bills should be the least of your worries. Instead, leave the work to recover these costs to a lawyer and afford your family time to focus on healing. Take a look at some of our recent case results to get an idea of what kind of compensation you could expect from your wrongful death claim.

To maximize your compensation, you need a legal team that knows Connecticut state law. For example, Connecticut General Statutes declare that if your loved one was the victim of a car accident in Hartford, double or triple damages could be awarded if the other driver deliberately violated traffic laws.

Hartford has been nicknamed the “Insurance Capital of the World,” and with good reason. The many aggressive insurance companies in the area will try to pressure you into settling out of court. They don’t want you to get legal representation, because they’d rather give you less money than you’re worth.

Navigating the legal system can be intimidating. It’s necessary to team up with someone who has experience in the field, takes time to understand you, and works diligently to get you the compensation you deserve.

Why Should You Choose Gould Injury Law?


Make no mistake–your choice of representation matters. Your wrongful death attorney should work tirelessly to defend your rights and get you the highest amount of compensation possible. What’s more, a respectful attorney will dignify you and your loss by listening to your concerns and respecting your wishes.

Good law firms are able to do all of the above. But the best law firms do all these things with speed and accuracy, to get you results fast.

We are “The Fast Firm,” Gould Injury Law. Hailing from historic Hartford, we love our city and are passionate about helping our neighbors. We want to help you during this difficult time by committing to settling your case as fast as possible to make sure you are satisfied with the results.

Wrongful death cases are incredibly personal. Your loss means something to you no one else can fully understand. While we cannot comprehend the full intensity of your loss, we do want you to have confidence in your choice of representation.

During your free, no-risk consultation and case assessment, you will get a chance to see how our legal team works. You will be able to see first-hand that our caring, fast-working attorneys are a great fit for your needs.

Winning a wrongful death case demands in-depth knowledge of state law, an understanding of how our country’s judicial system works, and the ability to connect the dots between what happened to your family and the guilty party’s wrongful actions. We have the required experience and toughness to make sure you get the justice you deserve. We will stand by you and fight for you until the job is done.

Reach the faster personal injury attorneys at Gould Injury Law today at 1-888-WIN-FAST today.

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610 New Britain Ave, Hartford, CT 06106

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