Few legal matters are more tragic—and confusing—than a wrongful death claim. Wrongful death may result from reckless or drunk driving, or from negligence or misdiagnoses in nursing homes, hospitals and clinics. Regardless of the cause, the resulting steps to receive compensation can be daunting. The tort procedures that govern wrongful death disputes are complicated, and the surviving family must appoint a legal representative, file court documents, pursue pre-allocation of an award, garner appropriate approval from the court and, often, satisfy Medicare or Medicaid liens as part of the process. If you have lost a loved one and are interested in filing a wrongful death claim, let us help provide you and your family with the support and resources you need to receive fair compensation.


Contact Hayes Law today. We are here to help.

We interviewed a number of attorneys, all with experience in Homeowners Associations and construction defect law. We ultimately decided on John and team at Hayes Law for many reasons. As an HOA, we were looking for someone with both a high level of competency and the ability and interest to communicate with us on an intimate level about the case. With John and his staff, communication was excellent all the way through. Hayes Law operates at the highest level, with the resources of a much larger firm, but they treated us like we were their only client. And in the end, that winning combination led to a very successful outcome for us.