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    Questions about Wrongful Death
    What is wrongful death? Wrongful death is untimely death caused by negligence or the direct actions of an individual or organization. A party may be held responsible for another’s death if their actions or failure to act caused the death of another or injury which led to death. What are some causes of wrongful death? Wrongful death may be caused at any time and almost anywhere. If an individual has the ability to save another person’s life and refrains from doing so, he or she may be held liable for the other person’s death. More commonly, a person’s direct actions cause the death of another individual. This may include: • Medical malpractice • Car or truck accidents • Negligence • Product liability • Nursing home abuse • Murder • Others Who can seek damages for wrongful death?
    Questions about Wrongful Death
    What is wrongful death? Wrongful death is untimely death caused by negligence or the direct actions of an individual or organization. A party may be held responsible for another’s death if their actions or failure to act caused the death of another or injury which led to death. What are some causes of wrongful death? Wrongful death may be caused at any time and almost anywhere. If an individual has the ability to save another person’s life and refrains from doing so, he or she may be held liable for the other person’s death. More commonly, a person’s direct actions cause the death of another individual. This may include: • Medical malpractice • Car or truck accidents • Negligence • Product liability • Nursing home abuse • Murder • Others Who can seek damages for wrongful death?
    Questions about Wrongful Death
    What is wrongful death? Wrongful death is untimely death caused by negligence or the direct actions of an individual or organization. A party may be held responsible for another’s death if their actions or failure to act caused the death of another or injury which led to death. What are some causes of wrongful death? Wrongful death may be caused at any time and almost anywhere. If an individual has the ability to save another person’s life and refrains from doing so, he or she may be held liable for the other person’s death. More commonly, a person’s direct actions cause the death of another individual. This may include: • Medical malpractice • Car or truck accidents • Negligence • Product liability • Nursing home abuse • Murder • Others Who can seek damages for wrongful death?
    Questions about Wrongful Death
    What is wrongful death? Wrongful death is untimely death caused by negligence or the direct actions of an individual or organization. A party may be held responsible for another’s death if their actions or failure to act caused the death of another or injury which led to death. What are some causes of wrongful death? Wrongful death may be caused at any time and almost anywhere. If an individual has the ability to save another person’s life and refrains from doing so, he or she may be held liable for the other person’s death. More commonly, a person’s direct actions cause the death of another individual. This may include: • Medical malpractice • Car or truck accidents • Negligence • Product liability • Nursing home abuse • Murder • Others Who can seek damages for wrongful death?
    Questions about Wrongful Death
    What is wrongful death? Wrongful death is untimely death caused by negligence or the direct actions of an individual or organization. A party may be held responsible for another’s death if their actions or failure to act caused the death of another or injury which led to death. What are some causes of wrongful death? Wrongful death may be caused at any time and almost anywhere. If an individual has the ability to save another person’s life and refrains from doing so, he or she may be held liable for the other person’s death. More commonly, a person’s direct actions cause the death of another individual. This may include: • Medical malpractice • Car or truck accidents • Negligence • Product liability • Nursing home abuse • Murder • Others Who can seek damages for wrongful death?