Nothing can prepare you for the unexpected loss of a loved one. You may be feeling disoriented after hearing the news and are unsure what to do next.
At the Law Office of Lawrence M. Knapp, we can provide compassionate, client-centered legal service. Since 1993, trial attorney Knapp has practiced exclusively with personal injury cases and has successfully represented victims of wrongful death accidents.
First Step: Contact an Experienced Personal Injury Lawyer
Before you know it, the insurance company will be knocking at your door to try and settle a wrongful death claim. But how do you know that what they offer is fair compensation? You can’t and they want you to settle for a little as possible, so you need an experienced attorney, who can asses your facts and help you determine what is truly fair compensation for your loss.
Personal Injury attorney Knapp, has extensive experience representing victims in a wide-range of wrongful death accidents caused by negligence, such as motor vehicle accidents, premise and product liability, catastrophic injuries, medical malpractice and nursing home neglect.
He has been recognized by Consumer Attorneys of California for his excellent work and will walk you through the legal process to make sure you know your legal options.
Thorough Preparation of Your Wrongful Death Case
We have worked closely with insurance companies to help victims receive as much financial compensation as possible. He understands that to get the best results, claims must be thoroughly documented and accurately presented; errors and missing documentation will lead to a quick denial of your claim.
To make certain this doesn’t happen to your claim, we will thoroughly prepare your claim as if it was going to trial. He will gather the facts and make a well-argued presentation of you claim. This detailed approach will present your claim in a manner making it difficult for the insurance company to deny your compensation for lost wages, pain and suffering, medical compensation and vehicle or property damages.
$200,000 The doctor of a mother of three children failed to refer her to a specialist after recognizing the diagnosis of a potentially terminal decease. As a result, the mother’s life expectancy was reduced to five years.