Wrongful Death / Serious Personal Injury


The loss of a loved one is one of the most tragic and devastating things a person could endure. When the death of a loved one is caused by another person’s careless or negligent actions passing can be classified as a wrongful death, in certain circumstances the deceased’s primary or secondary beneficiaries have the right to file a wrongful death action and a survival action. Doing so allows the plaintiffs to seek compensation for the losses the deceased incurred prior to their death, any conscious pain and suffering the deceased experienced, and the tangible and intangible losses family members and dependents have experienced firsthand.

Wrongful Death Lawsuits usually often involve:

  • Medical malpractice
  • Car accidents
  • Truck accidents
  • Defective products
  • Dangerous premises
  • Construction accidents
  • Nursing home negligence
  • Motorcycle accidents

It is of the utmost importance that you speak to an attorney as soon as possible if you think you may have a wrongful death lawsuit. Every state has their own statute of limitations governing when a plaintiff must file a wrongful death lawsuit, and failure to file within the state’s mandated timeline forfeits your right to seek compensation.

Medical Malpractice

  • Medical malpractice is professional negligence by act or omission by a health care provider in which the treatment provided falls below the accepted standard of practice in the medical community and causes injury and sometimes death.
  •  Surgical Malpractice
  • Medication Errors
  • Bacterial Infections
  • Birth Injury
  • Dental Malpractice
  • Diagnosis Error
  • Negligence
  • Wrong Site Surgery
  • Gastric Bypass Errors
  • Dental Malpractice
  • Breast Implant Malpractice
  • Emergency Room Errors
  • Elder Abuse / Nursing Home Neglect

We offer a respectful courteous case evaluation. Call directly at 410-491-0227, 410-391-0552 (24/7) or type your name and number into the contact box and I will call you back immediately. Respectfully, Joel C. Denning.