Going to the doctor shouldn't be a stress-filled experience. After all, medical professionals undergo extensive training and receive copious amounts of education before taking patients' care into their own hands. Yet, the fear of medical mistakes isn't unfounded, as statistics demonstrate that year after year. Far too often, innocent and unsuspecting patients are irreparably harmed or killed by medical errors that are wholly preventable. This medical malpractice can wreak havoc on the lives of victims and their families. For surviving families, the emotional toll of a losing a loved one is only exacerbated by the financial losses that suddenly befall them.
Going to the doctor can be an anxiety-riddled experience. Yet, most people take comfort in the fact that their medical professionals are highly trained and educated. In most instances, these doctors and nurses carry out their duties without fault. However, there are situations in which they fail to live up to their duty of care, which can have catastrophic results for patients, including wrongful death.
Auto accidents, slip and fall incidents, surgical and medical mistakes and workplace accidents can cause injuries and deaths that can forever alter the lives of victims and their family members. When, for example, a spouse is injured in a car accident, that spouse may no longer be able to return to work and provide financial support for the family. As has been mentioned in previous posts here, those costs can be recovered through a civil lawsuit. However, spouses provide more than monetary support-what about the love, support and encouragement that will now be missing because of their injuries? This "loss of companionship" may also be included as part of a claim.
Wrongful death legal resources are a helpful protection for loved ones who have suffered the traumatic loss of their loved one in a fatal accident. The negligent party responsible for causing the fatal accident may be liable to the victims for the damages they have suffered which is a legal resource surviving family members should be familiar with.
We all hope that our loved ones will live to an old age, and when they do pass away, that it is peaceful. Unfortunately, this is not the reality for many in Connecticut. A car accident, an act of medical malpractice or other careless or negligent acts sometimes steal a loved one away from them much too soon. Death is not easy to deal with, but it is even more difficult when your loved one died due to another person's poor choices.
Expecting parents and those who have a newborn in Connecticut are enthusiastic about the entire process. However, it is frequently forgotten that the process of having a child can pose risks to the mother and child. When there is an unexpected death after giving birth, legal advice is important when considering a lawsuit for compensation.
No matter what kind of job a Connecticut resident does, one of the last things they think will happen to them is a fatal workplace accident. Unfortunately, there are times when the unforeseen occurs and people lose their lives in an accident on the job. The family left behind must think about all they have lost and consider filing a lawsuit to recover their damages.
People who drive for a living in Connecticut are in danger of being injured or losing their lives in a crash without warning. These can happen for a variety of reasons from the other driver being distracted, reckless, under the influence or simply losing control of the vehicle. Regardless, families are impacted in myriad ways after a fatal accident. One of the key factors to recovering compensation in a legal filing is to have a full investigation to determine its cause. Having legal help is a critical part of gathering that evidence.
There are many motorcyclists on the road in Connecticut. For the safety of drivers of conventional vehicles and motorcycles, it is imperative that they share the road and keep a close eye on one another. Accidents between a car or truck and a motorcycle can lead to severe injuries for the motorcyclist. When the driver flees the scene, it goes from a serious accident to a deadly accident. A rider who might have recovered had there been immediate care could die, making it a fatal accident.
Motorcycles are a common sight on the road in Connecticut. For the most part, drivers of conventional vehicles share the road with motorcyclists and everyone remains safe. However, motorcycle accidents do happen, and they can lead to serious injuries and fatalities.