Wrongful Death Attorney in Denver
In Colorado, the term ‘wrongful death’ is used to describe a death wrongfully caused by the negligence, recklessness, carelessness, or inaction of another. Our wrongful death attorneys bring these cases on behalf of the surviving spouse, children, or parents of the deceased. Wrongful death cases in Colorado are governed by CRS §§ 13-21-201 through 13-21-204.
Our wrongful death attorneys pursue cases for the families of those who died in order to obtain compensation for their losses. Though we realize that no amount can truly compensate for the loss of a loved one, you may be eligible to be compensated for economic and non-economic losses including:
- Medical expenses
- Burial costs
- Lost wages
- Loss of future earnings
- Lost benefits and inheritance
- Mental anguish
- Loss of companionship
- Pain and suffering
- Emotional distress
At Malman Law Firm, we understand how difficult it can be for those left behind when a loved one is suddenly and wrongfully killed. Though we cannot bear the burden of losing a loved one for you, we will do what is in our power to help you prepare for the future without your spouse, parent, or child. We advocate for our clients and work with empathy and diligence to guide you through the legal process. When you hire a wrongful death attorney at Malman Law Firm, you get compassion, tenacity and results.
We understand your case deserves sensitivity and diligence and we strive to deliver both. Your wrongful death attorney will assist you through every step of your case. We will make sure you are as informed as you wish to be, and will handle the legalities of your case while you are trying to cope with your loss.
Malman Law Firm has over 40 years of experience handling personal injury and wrongful death cases. Wrongful death cases can be tricky and it is important to get an attorney on your side as soon as you can to preserve your rights. Our attorneys have extensive experience in this area. Contact Malman Law Firm today to schedule a free consultation. We’re here to help. If you cannot make it into one of our offices, we will gladly come to you. Because we work on a contingency basis, we will not ask you for a retainer fee. We get paid when you do.