Tragically, death frequently results from improper conduct of another. Connecticut allows for the administrator of a deceased person's estate to explore and bring a claim for wrongful death so that the responsible person may be held accountable. Securing appropriate money damages for the benefit of the decedent's family or estate results from our being hired as early as possible, so that we can employ strategies we have used successfully for decades in this type of case. We have handled death cases arising from tractor-trailer collisions, car and motorcycle accidents, falls, electrocution, shootings, assaults, and airline disasters.
To bring a claim, a family member or other person must be appointed as administrator / administratrix of the deceased person's estate and various filings must be made in the local Probate court. We can help you with this necessary process.
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