St Louis Wrongful Death Attorney, Lawyers - Law Firms

St Louis Wrongful Death Attorney

st louis wrongful death
According to TheFreeDictionary.com, Wrongful Death is the taking of a life of an individual resulting from the willful or negligent act of another person or person.
 Certainly, no amount of money or compensation can replace a loved one, but an unexpected death can leave family members trapped with huge expenses - contacting a St Louis wrongful death attorney can
help recoup some of those unexpected costs.

St. Louis Wrongful Death Attorneys


St. Louis Wrongful Death Attorneys Phone Number Location 
 Page Law  314-481-9121  Multiple Locations
 Timothy Hill Law  314-421-8000  Central County
 Mullen & Mullen  314-Injured  Downtown St. Louis

A wrongful death case in St. Louis can arise from nearly any kind of accident such as a vehicle accident, an accident at your place of employment / job site, medical malpractice or negligence – or even from a defect product

If you have a loved one that dies because of another person or company’s negligence, then you may have a reason for a wrongful death suit.

As stated previously some instances resulting in wrongful death claims may include:

Vehicle accidents – if someone is killed in a car accident, truck accident, or motorcycle accident caused by a recklessness or vehicle defect, family members may consider filing a wrongful death claim.

Work-related accidents – if a worker or employee is killed while on the job, the employer and / or insurance company may be liable and ordered to pay compensation



Construction accidents – A construction company must comply with certain safety rules and regulations in order to keep workers safe.. When those standards aren’t met and someone is killed, the construction company and/or insurance firm may be liable for damages. 

Defective products – when a consumer product malfunctions causing death, the manufacturer or distributor may be held responsible and liable for monetary damages.

Medical malpractice – if a doctor makes an makes a mistake or is negligent, causing death to the individual placed under his or her care, family members may be eligible to file a lawsuit.