Chicago Wrongful Death Lawyer is Here to Help
I Help grieving families get peace of mind
The unexpected loss of a family member is even more tragic when their death is caused by someone else’s careless, negligent or deliberately malicious behavior. While dealing with the death of a loved one is always difficult, doing so can become infinitely more complex when you try to set aside your devastation to deal with the legal aspects of filing a wrongful death lawsuit. Richard L. Berdelle, Jr., P.C. can make this process easier for you.
Compassionate assistance during your time of need
I know how traumatic a wrongful death suit can be when you are in the midst of grieving for a family member. I treat your case with the attention and sensitivity it deserves. I know how to best represent your rights and protect your loved one’s memory.
I have helped clients who have lost loved ones due to:
- Auto accidents
- Truck accidents
- Defective products
- Lack of proper security
- Medical malpractice
- Birth injuries
- Nursing home abuse and neglect
- Slips and falls
- Traumatic brain injuries
- Workplace accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Aviation accidents
Protecting your family from future harm
Though no amount of money can ever replace your missing family member, it is crucial to obtain compensation from at-fault parties to safeguard your family’s financial health and future. I do everything possible to ensure you receive damages for:
- Loss of love, affection and companionship
- Loss of protection and guidance
- Benefits lost due to the victim’s death, including medical insurance
- Medical costs
- Funeral expenses
- Mental anguish
- Loss of future earnings
I stay with you from the beginning of your claim until its ultimate resolution — whether that is at the negotiation table, in court or before an appellate judge.
Contact a Chicago wrongful death law firm
Richard L. Berdelle, Jr., P.C. provides compassionate assistance to those dealing with a loved one’s wrongful death. Contact me online or at 312-997-5776 to speak to a lawyer and begin the process of filing a wrongful death lawsuit.