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In many cases, a wrongful death claim arises after an accident has occurred.
Following the loss of a loved one, pursuing a wrongful death claim through the legal process is likely the last thing on your mind. At NPN Law, we understand this and have developed an approach to these cases that lets you focus on your emotional well-being and your family while we pursue compensation on your behalf. We take care of all the legal aspects of your case and keep the legal process from intruding into your life. We’ve got your back and will do everything we can to hold those who took your loved one from you accountable for their actions and get you the compensation you need to prevent a loved one’s passing from putting your family in financial distress.
An all too common occurrence:
- Accidents are the fifth leading cause of death in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
- Fatal car accidents frequently top the list of deadliest type of accidents throughout the United States.
Despite their prevalence, accidents are not the only cause of fatalities that can lead to a wrongful death claim. Exposure to toxic substances, defective products, workplace and many other types of negligent conduct can take a loved one from you and leave you wondering what options are available to you and your family. If you believe that a loved one may have been killed due to an accident or any other type of recklessness, contact us to get the answers you need.
Other Practice Areas
If you are a tenant that lives in a unit which has violations from government agencies, you may have a claim against your landlord for collecting rent while these violations persist. At NPN Law we routinely represent tenants who live in residences which have been violated by health, housing, building and safety departments. We can help to subpoena these files from government agencies so that the tenant is aware of the problems with the rental unit.read more
Prior to renting a unit the unit must have a certificate of occupancy. Common examples of unpermitted units include: Converted garages, Converted closets, Unpermitted building additions. If you live in any of these types of units you may be entitled to a return of the rent that you have paid.read more
It is illegal for a landlord to retaliate against a tenant for exerting their legal rights such as complaining to a government agency regarding the conditions of the tenant’s residence. If you have complained to your landlord or a government agency regarding the conditions of your residence and the landlord has thereafter sought to evict you contact NPN Law to protect your rights. You may be entitled to damages for the landlord’s retaliation.read more
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