Wrongful Death

Fresno Lawyer for Wrongful Death

The following type of cases can be the basis for a Wrongful Death lawsuit:

  • Dangerous Conditions of Public Property
  • Dangerous Condition of Private property
  • Construction Accidents
  • Trucking Accidents
  • Pedestrian Accidents
  • Car Crashes
  • Distracted Driver
  • Head-on Collisions
  • Vehicle Rollovers
  • Single Car Accidents
  • Rear-End Collisions
  • Side Impact “T-Bone”
  • Sideswipe Collisions
  • Hit-and-run Accidents
  • Multi-vehicle pile-ups
  • Ridesharing Accidents
  • Uber Accidents
  • Lyft Accidents
  • Street Racing Accidents
  • Drunk Driving Accidents
  • Distracted Driving Accidents
  • Driving While High
  • Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist


Why Hire a Wrongful Death Lawyer?

Getting the call that one or more of your loved ones has been killed in an accident is life-changing. The death of a husband, wife, mother, father, or child is the most devastating matter a person can face in life.  It alters every part of your life, emotionally, relationally, and physically. The financial crisis that follows can be crippling to the family unit as a whole.

Wrongful death cases require an attorney who has experience and expertise in knowing the right questions to ask, discover, document and thoroughly explain the loss’s extent in a compelling and detailed manner to either the insurance company or a jury if necessary.

When should you call a Wrongful Death lawyer? 

We understand the shock, anger, and grief of losing a loved one, but the sooner you call Fresno Wrongful Death Attorney, Tim Mazzela the better.

What can I be compensated for when I’ve lost someone to a wrongful death?

The following damages are recoverable in a wrongful death lawsuit are economic and noneconomic damages:

  • Financial Support
  • Loss of Gifts or Benefits
  • Funeral and Burial Expenses
  • Reasonable Value of Household Services
  • Loss of Love
  • Loss of Companionship
  • Loss of Solace
  • Loss of Comfort
  • Loss of Care
  • Loss of Assistance
  • Loss of Protection
  • Loss of Affection
  • Loss of Society
  • Loss of Moral Support
  • For Spouses Loss of the Enjoyment of Sexual Relations
  • Loss of Training and Guidance