Denver Wrongful Death Lawyers
Legal Support After a Fatal Accident
After the loss of a loved one, you want justice for the pain that you have experienced and the pain your loved one went through. The respected personal injury and wrongful death attorneys at Kiel & Trueax, LLC, hold drivers, businesses, doctors and others accountable for their negligent or reckless actions.
Immediate family members (spouses, children and parents) can bring a wrongful death claim to recover money for their loved one’s pain and suffering, their own pain and suffering, lost wages and future income, medical expenses, funeral expenses, loss of consortium (the love of a husband or wife), loss of companionship and more.
To speak with a Colorado wrongful death attorney after your loved one’s fatal accident, call 720-256-2438 or contact our firm online. We have provided aggressive personal injury representation to individuals and families in Denver, Colorado, and surrounding communities since 1991.
Workers’ Compensation Death Benefits Claims
If the deceased was receiving workers’ compensation benefits at the time of his or her death, the surviving spouse and children may be entitled to workers’ compensation death benefits. Our attorneys understand Colorado workers’ compensation law and can help you apply for these benefits after your loved one’s accidental death.
For a free consultation with an attorney at the law offices of Kiel & Trueax, LLC, call us today at 720-256-2438 or contact us online. We will charge no fees unless we are able to recover a settlement for you.
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- Commercial Truck Accidents
- Motorcycle Accidents
- Injuries Caused by Drunk Drivers
- Uninsured / Underinsured Motorist Accidents
- Workers Compensation
- Third Party Liability in Workers’ Comp
- Traumatic Brain Injury
- The Nature of Carbon Monoxide
- Back and Neck Injures
- Bulging / Herniated Discs
- Spinal Cord Injuries / Paralysis
- Visual Midline Shift
- Wrongful Death
- Understanding Auto Insurance Policies
- Understanding At-Fault Auto Insurance
- Insurance Bad Faith
- Statute of Limitations