Wrongful Death

Our lawyers want to help your family

When a loved one dies due to someone else’s reckless or negligent behavior, many family members don’t know what to do. These accidents can be so chaotic, so confusing and so upsetting. Even knowing what your rights are as surviving family members can be bewildering.

That’s why we want to meet with you. Our experienced Woodland Hills, California wrongful death lawyers have worked with families throughout the Los Angeles area on such complicated and emotionally-charged cases. We know how the legal system works and what it takes to win.

You have enough to worry about after the death of a loved one. We can handle all the red tape associated with the death of your loved one. That way, you can focus on what really matters – mourning the loss of a loved one. Contact Ardalan & Associates and schedule your free case evaluation right now.

Common causes of wrongful death accidents?

There are so many different reasons why wrongful death accidents happen in Southern California. Some of the most common causes of such accidents include:

Each type of accident requires a different approach. And even when some accidents seem similar, we never take the same exact approach to such cases. That’s because we realize that every accident is unique. That’s why we create specific legal solutions designed to fit your family’s particular needs.

How an attorney can help you

We never take anything for granted after a fatal accident. That’s why we take an all-inclusive approach towards building a strong legal case. Our approach often includes:

  • Independently investigating fatal accident.
  • Carefully analyzing accident reports.
  • Interviewing witnesses.
  • Visiting the scene of the accident.
  • Consulting with experts.
  • Negotiating with insurance companies.
  • Filing a wrongful death lawsuit on your family’s behalf.

We will leave no stone unturned in pursuit of justice for your family. Find out how we can help you. Contact us right now. Ardalan & Associates – we put your family’s needs first.