Personal Injury Attorneys For Families Who Have Lost Loved Ones In San Diego and Southern California
There is no loss as devastating as the loss of a loved one who was harmed by another person’s negligence. The past cannot be undone, but you can hold the negligent party responsible by filing a personal injury lawsuit, and you can lighten the financial and physical burden placed upon you and your family by pursuing the legal recovery of damages.
The personal injury lawyers at Jeffrey E. Estes & Associates, APC, understand the myriad effects of losing a loved one in an accident. When you are suffering emotionally and facing enormous financial expenses in the form of medical bills and lost income, a lawsuit may be one of the last things on your mind. Estes and Smith exercise compassion and care to make the legal process as painless as possible for you in your time of grief.
Experience In Motor Vehicle Accidents-Related Injury And Death Suits
Attorneys Estes and Smith support individuals and families throughout Southern California with filing claims for catastrophic injuries and deaths resulting from motor vehicle accidents. For more than 25 years, they have helped survivors to find legal justice, financial relief and a path to recovery.
The firm proudly represents residents of San Diego, Orange County, Riverside County, San Bernardinio County, Imperial County, and all of Southern California.
If you have lost a loved one to a motor vehicle accident, call Jeffrey E. Estes & Associates, APC. The firm advises survivors of people who have died in various kinds of accidents, including:
- Trucking accidents
- Car accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Construction site accidents
- Boating accidents
- Aviation accidents
- Tour bus accidents
Estes and Smith have supported families in recovering millions of dollars on behalf of their lost loved ones by bringing claims against negligent drivers, pilots, manufacturers, public entities, insurance companies, employers, trucking companies and other liable parties.
Call For A Free Consultation
In most cases in California, wrongful death claims are only valid if filed within 365 days of the accident or negligent act that caused the death. Call our offices, or complete an online contact form to discuss the loss of your loved one with an attorney who can help you pursue recovery.
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