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It is never easy to lose a loved one, and when the loss is the result of someone else’s reckless or negligent actions, it can be even harder to accept and cope with the loss. In Colorado, the law describes these scenarios as “wrongful death” claims. Sometimes the death results from an action, such as in a car or motorcycle accident caused by another’s reckless driving, and sometimes the death is caused by more passive behavior or neglect, such as with nursing home abuse.
Wrongful death is a civil matter as opposed to a criminal one. If the death can be traced to carelessness or recklessness, representatives of the victim’s estate or the victim’s surviving family members have the opportunity to sue the liable party or parties for damages related to the death, including financial and emotional damages.
If you have lost a family member due to an act of negligence, you may want to see that those responsible are held accountable. You may want to see that this doesn’t happen to anyone else. You may want to see that you and your family get compensation for what you have been put through.