The Wrongful Death of a Loved One – How We Reach Out to Help the Survivors
No one ever imagines having to face the terrible pain resulting from the wrongful death of a loved one. Unfortunately, in Tucson, too many people are left in this position every year.
At Bache & Lynch, we help the family members in their time of tragedy deal with the many issues that must be handled.
First and foremost, we help assist family members who may still be in shock and in the grieving process. We take the time to get to know the surviving family, and the deceased, and to understand the life that was lost and what life will be like for those left behind. We have seen the toll that wrongful death takes on the surviving family members, and we stand ready to listen and help however we can.
The wrongful death not only causes an emotional void that cannot be filled, but also a financial void. Who will make the mortgage payments and pay for college? How will retirement planning be affected? How can the bills be paid?
These are only a few of the questions that family members have. As we help bring justice, there are often many other issues that arise, such as whether to accept a settlement that may be offered.
We understand the important and emotionally difficult process that survivors face, and we’re ready to help at every step of the way. Our sole goal is to make sure that you – the family members – are fairly compensated for your entire loss to the maximum extent possible. This means your personal losses as well as your economic losses.
We only take cases that we truly believe in, and are prepared to go the distance in fighting for each and every one of our clients. We know that in most instances, the settlement intially offered by the other side is woefully inadaquate and unacceptable. Appropriate settlements are usually only offered after significant time has been invested to prove that the other side is liable, and to also prove the true extent of the compensation owed.
If your family has suffered the wrongful death of a loved one, please call us – we can help.
— Bill Bache