"JUSTICE IS TRUTH IN ACTION. " - BENJAMIN DISRAELI

Wrongful Death Lawyer in Pleasant Hill

Compassionate Advocate for Wrongful Death Survivors

The loss of a loved one is a painful, traumatic experience, and even more tragic when the death was caused by the fault or negligence of another. At such a time, the idea of engaging in a legal battle can seem overwhelming, and no settlement or award can truly compensate you for your loss. You can turn to a compassionate and experienced Pleasant Hill personal injury attorney at this time, to be your advocate and to fight for the compensation you and your family deserve.

Work With an Attorney Who Has Never Lost a Case

At Fetto Law Group, we are advocates for the injured, and dedicated to fighting successfully for the people we represent.

  • Our lawyer has more than 30 of years experience and has handled almost 5000 cases.
  • He has never lost a case that he has taken to litigation.
  • We have obtained more than $50 million in verdicts and settlements for our clients.

Our personal injury lawyer and his team want to stand by you and help you obtain the compensation you deserve and need to move forward after your tragic loss.

Who can recover damages for wrongful death?

When a person dies as the result of gross negligence, the next of kin and estate may file a civil lawsuit to recover economic and noneconomic damages. Next of kin are family members, such as spouse, domestic partner, children, parents, or siblings. A surviving spouse or partner has the separate right to recover damages for loss of consortium, for having lost a life partner.

Contact Us for a Free Evaluation!

It is important to act promptly if you believe the death of your loved one was caused by someone's gross negligence. The statute of limitations (time limit to file a civil suit) can be as short as 6 months in wrongful death cases. You also run the risk of losing evidence in the case if you wait too long. Let our caring, competent Pleasant Hill personal injury lawyer aggressively pursue on your behalf the compensation you are entitled to receive. Contact us to make an appointment for your free initial consultation.