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One of the Most Asked Questions is "How Long" Will the Court Process Take?

The court process can take months or years, depending on the jurisdiction. Your attorney should know the best ways to get your case set for trial as soon as possible wherever the suit is filed. While many cases and individual defendants settle before, your lawyer should always be prepared to go to trial. Naturally, that time range is subject to fluctuation, depending upon the facts of each case.

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Who Can File a Wrongful Death Lawsuit?

Only certain family members can file a wrongful death lawsuit. Although it varies from each state, typically it is either the immediate family or whoever manages the deceased’s estate.


Wrongful Death Lawsuits Can Be Filed By:


  • The victim’s spouse or children.
  • If there is no spouse or children, the victim’s parents may file.
  • If there are no parents, a wrongful death lawsuit may be filed by the victim’s siblings.
  • If there are no siblings, The victim’s grandparents may file.
  • Family members related to the deceased by marriage or adoption can also file a wrongful death lawsuit. If there are no living family members, the person managing the deceased’s estate can file the lawsuit.

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