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Loss of companionship as a form of wrongful death damages

The death of a beloved family member can have lasting repercussions on the lives of those that they leave behind. When a spouse loses their partner or a child loses their parent, they may feel as though they have been deprived of something special and unique. In Massachusetts, a person may be able to include in their wrongful death damages a request for loss of companionship recompenses.

Who may be sued after a dog attack?

A dog bite can leave a Massachusetts resident with grievous injuries and significant pain. When a victim contemplates their legal options for recovering damages, they may choose to sue the dog's owner for the losses suffered. Preparing their claim to include all possible defendants can be an important part of planning their case.

Grounds on which wrongful death claims may be filed

A wrongful death is one that occurs due to the actions or omissions of another person. They happen on Massachusetts roads when irresponsible drivers allow distractions to take their attention away from driving and accidents occur with fatal results. They occur when others neglect to act responsibly and put other people's lives in danger due to their carelessness.

Answering important questions after a truck accident

A collision between a large truck and a smaller passenger vehicle can be devastating. Victims of these incidents can suffer an array of serious injuries, life-long traumas, and even death. Massachusetts survivors of these often preventable but always shattering events may find themselves trying to recover but struggling to understand what options they may have.

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