"JUSTICE IS TRUTH IN ACTION. " - BENJAMIN DISRAELI

Wrongful Death Attorney in Walnut Creek

Caring & Committed Advocacy

The team at Fetto Law Group has been helping injury victims and their families in the San Francisco East Bay Area for many years, dedicated to continue our longstanding commitment to serving your best interests.

If you lost a loved one in a serious accident, let us stand by your side during this time and protect your rights. At the Fetto Law Group, we understand that you and your family are in the process of recovering and that holding the responsible person accountable can help you healing and move one you're your life. Our personal injury lawyer is passionate about advocating for you and your family during this time.

Why You Need Attorney Fetto in Your Corner

Attorney Fetto has the experience you need to be successful:

  • In his 30 years as a lawyer, he's never lost a case that he's taken to litigation.
  • He is a graduate of the Hastings Trial Advocacy program and a student of Gerry Spence, the noted trial advocate.
  • He has recovered more than $50 million in verdicts and settlements.
  • He has handled more than 5,000 personal injury cases.

From day one, we treat your case as if it will go to trial, using cutting-edge techniques to present the facts in a trial-appropriate manner even before trial. Attorney John Fetto knows how to structure and argue your case effectively and is prepared to put you in the best position to achieve the most successful result possible.

Can I file a wrongful death lawsuit claim?

In California, only certain family members are eligible to file a wrongful death lawsuit, including:

  • Spouses
  • Children
  • Parents
  • Siblings
  • Grandparents
  • Dependents

It is important that all persons who want to file for an action for a particular person must file all at once. To avoid leaving anybody out of the suit, the family members that file suit must inform all heirs of their intention to do so.

Who qualifies as a victim for a wrongful death lawsuit?

In order to qualify as a wrongful death victim, the person must have died as a result of someone else's substantial involvement in wrongful negligence.

Wrongful death claims exclude:

  • Justifiable homicide (persons killed while committing a crime)
  • Suicide (persons who killed themselves)
  • Unborn child or fetus (under wrongful death statute, not considered persons until after live birth)

Call Today for Your Free Consultation

Let us fight for you at this time. Contact the Fetto Law Group today to schedule your complimentary, no-obligation case evaluation with a caring wrongful death attorney.

We want to protect you and help you focus on your family's healing while we focus on your legal representation. Let us put our experience into action for you.


Contact our Walnut Creek firm today to speak with Personal Injury Attorney Fetto!