The loss of a loved one is always extremely difficult, especially when caused by negligent actions of another person.
At Allen Flatt Ballidis & Leslie, during our 40 years in business, we have walked beside many families as they mourn the loss of a loved one, helping reduce the anxiety and perceived extra stress of obtaining fair and justified compensation.
We understand the stages you will go through during this difficult period and we can provide answers to your most pressing questions. Some of these include “Who should pay for medical or funeral expenses?” “How much compensation is available and which family members are entitled to seek compensation?” and “What are the time limits associating with filing a wrongful death claim or lawsuit?”
While we understand seeking legal support for the tragedy you have suffered can never make up for the loss of your loved one, experience has taught us it can provide some comfort and a sense of closure. Our Orange County Wrongful Death Attorneys help our clients explore every detail regarding the loss of love, care and companionship by documenting your loved one’s written and oral life story. Through the words and documents of family, friends and co-workers, our attorneys will prove the quality of the person whose life was taken too soon and the meaningfulness to the family left behind.
If you believe you’ve experienced a wrongful death in your family, we urge you to contact us immediately and we will guide you through important areas. This includes potential financial loss, the loss off retirement benefits, reduced financial security, as well as loss of medical coverage, life and health insurance benefits. Our experienced and knowledgeable attorneys have won over hundreds of million dollars in verdicts and settlements for our clients over the past 40 years.
DISCLAIMER. The information on this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. You should formally consult an attorney for advice regarding your individual situation. We invite you to contact us and welcome your calls, letters and electronic mail. Please be advised, however, contacting us, submitting a case to us, and/or discussing your case with us does NOT create an attorney-client relationship. Please do not send any confidential information to us until such time as an attorney-client relationship has been established.