Facing The Death Of A Loved One
It is devastating when a loved one passes away. When it was caused by wrongdoers like irresponsible employers or improperly maintained properties, it can make it even harder. It can feel like there is no recovering.
However, the help of a motivated firm can help make things better. Umina Davis Minutelli & Gutta is a Morgantown firm founded by principal attorney Ryan Umina. He grew up in the area, and after leaving to serve the country in the United States military, he returned to serve this community. Together, we work to make things better for you and your loved ones.
Fighting For Justice
A wrongful death is the most serious form of personal injury. It can occur in many scenarios, including in the workplace. Though there is no way to make grieving easier for the victim’s family, they are often able to file a suit for compensation to cover certain things, like:
- Loss of support. In many cases, the victim was a primary breadwinner for their family. A wrongful death suit can win some financial help to help make ends meet.
- Medical/funeral expenses. Particularly if the victim suffered a bad injury or protracted illness prior to passing away, medical expenses can mount. Funeral expenses have also grown much in recent years. This compensation can make it easier for you.
- Loss of consortium. This is the legal term for the personal devastation you experience losing a loved one. It is impossible to put a number on this, but it is the law’s only way of recognizing the pain you are experiencing.
Whatever your situation, know that Umina Davis Minutelli & Gutta is standing with you. We help people in need, people who are facing the worst possible outcome. Attorney Umina isn’t afraid to fight hard for the compensation that can make things easier for you, while easing your mind as much as possible by being responsive and empathetic.
Partner With Us. We’ll Protect You.
Don’t be afraid to talk with us. We’ll give you a professional’s opinion about what can be done to hold the negligent party accountable. Call us at 866-409-6185 or send us an online message today.