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Who Can File a Wrongful Death Lawsuit?

The loss of a loved one is never easy, particularly when you suspect their death was avoidable. If you believe a loved one has died due to mistreatment or neglect at their nursing home, the experienced attorneys at Cullan & Cullan are here to help. Our team of lawyer doctors are uniquely equipped to investigate claims of wrongful death, and are prepared to represent your family’s interests following your loss. If you are in need of a nursing home attorney in Arizona, please contact Cullan & Cullan online or by calling (602) 786-8860 today.

Are Your Eligible to File Suit?

Typically, nursing home wrongful death lawsuits are filed by the children of the deceased. However, under certain circumstances, grandchildren, siblings, and other immediate family members can also file suit. The best way to learn if you are eligible to take legal action is through a one-on-one consultation with one of our experienced attorneys.

It is important to remember that wrongful death lawsuits are civil and cannot be used to pursue criminal charges. However, this also means that nursing home staff found innocent of criminal negligence may still be held accountable for civil damages. This is something that can be discussed in greater detail during your free consultation.

The attorneys at Cullan & Cullan have decades of experience helping families in Arizona recover significant damages following the loss of a loved one. We are here to take care of all practical considerations and seek justice for your family while allowing you the time you need to deal with your untimely loss.

To schedule your free consultation with one of our experienced Arizona nursing home attorneys, please contact us today. Based in Phoenix, our attorneys are proud to fight for families living throughout Arizona.


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