A loved one of yours has just died from another party’s negligence. You’re absolutely heartbroken, and rightfully so. Losing a family member, close friend, or spouse is hard enough as it is. When negligence enters the picture, it can be even harder to handle your emotions. Guilt, rage, sorrow – it’s often said nowadays that the seven stages of grief are not linear. You may even feel completely numb, unable to process any of your feelings towards this tragic event. All responses are normal.
While you may not have begun to consider the legal ramifications of this event, it’s important to talk to a lawyer. If your loved one was killed because of someone else’s negligence, you can file a claim and receive money to cover medical expenses, funeral prices, the loss of companionship, or even your emotional suffering.
At JD Haas, we understand a wrongful death case can shake you to your core. We’re here to help, and here’s how we do that differently.
What a Settlement With JD Haas’s Help Can Do
No sum of money can replace a lost loved one. That’s something JD Haas understands personally. We know families do not file wrongful death suits for the settlements, and our team does not represent these complex cases for monetary reasons either. We are motivated by the opportunity to help surviving family members seek justice and gain a sense of closure in an impossible situation.
We never “move on” after the loss of someone so close. We can only move forward. And the extra finances a wrongful death attorney can obtain are helpful to support your family in many ways as you grieve. Your family deserves the finances needed to host a proper funeral and honor your person’s life with dignity.
Monetary settlements can also provide the resources needed for you to take time off of work while still putting food on the table. It can help you get through day-to-day obligations without having to worry about one more thing. It makes a healthy mourning process possible.
What sort of settlement you receive depends heavily on state law. That is a broad topic to tackle in the span of a single blog post. Luckily, Nolo details the subject fairly succinctly.
Our Compassion Sets Us Apart
Wrongful death cases necessitate a specific kind of legal help. Not just any lawyer can handle a wrongful death case well. Managing a wrongful death case requires a thorough knowledge of the law, a sharp mind, an attentive listening ear, and a compassionate heart.
At JD Haas, we promise to approach your case with compassion and sympathy. We understand dealing with a wrongful death case is not easy from an emotional standpoint. It’s for this reason we vow to approach your wrongful death case with the utmost compassion, concern, and care.
Anyone who steps into our office is not just another client to us, but a human being worthy of sympathy. We know you have a unique story to tell and individualized concerns to address. Whether we’re acting as a wrongful death attorney, a child injury attorney, or a business attorney, we view getting your perspective as an integral part of our services.
To learn more about why compassion is critical in wrongful death cases, explore our blog that details the topic. For now, though, know that we don’t just talk the talk when it comes to compassion in law. We walk the walk.
We Offer Free Case Evaluations
As someone affected by a wrongful death, you shouldn’t have to worry about spending money on a service that may or may not help you. That’s why we’ll review your case for free.
We’ll inform you gently what routes would be best to take given your current situation. No obligations are attached to this process.
Our Lawyers Are Some of the Best
We’ll spare no effort to get you the monetary compensation you deserve. You can relax knowing our company is composed of experienced, awarded lawyers who know exactly what they’re doing.
Those who have been touched by wrongful death should never need to worry about the competence of the legal team they’re working with. You never will when you partner with JD Haas.
In fact, we were selected as one of the best Bloomington car accident lawyers in 2021!
We Have the Five-Star Reviews to Back Our Claims Up
At JD Haas, our reviews speak to our compassion and drive when it comes to helping our clients and seeking justice. Check out our reviews and testimonials!
We Understand That Every Case Is Different
You’ll never be just another case to us. We’re incredibly selective about whom we take on. That’s because taking on a small number of cases enables us to spend more time on each one.
Building a relationship with each client matters most to our team.
We want to sit down and get to know your situation and story inside and out. We can then craft a unique and compassionate approach to getting you and your family the justice you deserve. We’ll also consult you all the way, acting as your advocate and guide when the path is uncertain.
Law is so much more than studying up on recent legal proceedings and organizing a case. To us, it’s about helping those in need through terribly tough times. We strive to handle each case in a gentle and personal manner, whatever that means for you, and to be your allies in what may be the hardest thing you’ve ever gone through.
We Answer Our Phones 24/7
You need a helping hand right now. The aftermath of a wrongful death case is never easy. That’s why our phone lines are open and answered 24/7.
We understand that legal matters can get complex, and undertaking them can feel like more than you can handle when you begin. We’re here to make things easier. No matter if you have case questions or need to give us required info during off hours, we’re here to serve you.
We’re Ready to Hear Your Story
If your spouse or close family member has died in an accident, JD Haas & Associates, PLLC wrongful death attorney may be able to help. We’ll assist you in filing a claim against the person or company responsible for their death. We can also review the facts of your case and help you recover your medical expenses, lost wages, property damage, or other damage.
Contact JD Haas today for compassionate legal services in Minnesota, Illinois, Iowa, Wisconsin, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, Colorado, or New Mexico.