Alaska Wrongful Death Lawyer
If You Have Lost a Loved One In A Personal Injury Accident, Get Legal Help
The loss of a loved one is one of those experiences that seems impossible to overcome. If your loss is because of someone else's negligence, it is even harder to accept. The shock, grief and anger over the loss of a loved one can sometimes prevent family members from taking action on behalf of the victim.
Do It for Yourself. Do It for Your Loved One.
Securing the services of an Alaska wrongful death attorney will not bring your loved one back. However, the information and legal advice you receive from the Law Office of Chadwick McGrady, P.C., will help you decide what your next step will be for the next phase of your life.
"In most wrongful death claims in Alaska, there is a two-year deadline for filing such claims. If you aren't sure if you have a claim, let's start with a free consultation. If you decide to hire us, my firm will handle everything, so you can concentrate on your family's needs at this emotional time." Attorney Chad McGrady
Questions to Ask Your Attorney About Your Wrongful Death Case:
- What is the legal impact of suing for wrongful death?
- I am really angry about what happened — how do I sue every person responsible?
- What if the specifics of how my loved one died are complicated?
- I don't want to share my case with a lawyer. Why should I use one?
- I have children who were left without a parent. How can suing ever make up for that?
- How can any amount of wrongful death compensation make things right?
Serving as Your Legal Guide in an Emotional Time
Attorney Chad McGrady will handle your case involving fatal injuries, such as fatal car accidents or truck crashes, hunting deaths caused by a negligent guide, or hunter and fishing catastrophes that result in death. He will explain to you the process of filing a lawsuit to provide some financial compensation for your loss when an insurance company denies your damages. You have nothing to lose by seeking the advice of an attorney, but you may potentially have a lot to gain, including the ability to move on with your life.
Contact the law firm in Palmer, Alaska, to arrange a free consultation directly with wrongful death lawyer Chad McGrady. Chad McGrady represents clients in Palmer, Wasilla the Mat-Su Valley, Anchorage and communities throughout Alaska.