Supporting Kentucky Families After Fatal Accidents And Wrongful Death
Losing a loved one under any circumstance is difficult. However, when you lose a loved one because of someone else’s negligence, it is natural to be in a state of shock and grief. Filing a lawsuit at this time is probably the last thing on your mind.
However, the hard realities of life are that you may have children to support and expenses that need to be paid. If you have lost someone close to you as a result of wrongful death, you and/or your loved one’s estate are entitled to receive full and fair compensation.
Compassionate Counsel — Steadfast Advocacy
At Satterley & Kelley PLLC, our team of compassionate attorneys understand what you’re going through and will be sensitive to your situation as we help you hold negligent parties accountable for your loved one’s death.
In our experience, the most common causes of wrongful death are:
- Road accidents caused by negligent or reckless drivers
- Trucking company and truck driver negligence
- Medical malpractice
- Neglect in a nursing home
- Construction and industrial accidents
- Fires and defective products
- Mesothelioma or lung cancer caused by asbestos exposure
- Life-threatening conditions caused by toxic chemical exposure
While Kentucky law allows for the recovery of damages for wrongful death due to another party’s negligent actions, pursuit of such a claim can be overwhelming and difficult to navigate. Experience and skill are needed to properly pursue and successfully secure compensation for any loss.
We Can Be Your Boots On The Ground
Satterley & Kelley PLLC attorneys have more than 30 years of experience advocating for families in similar situations to yours. We will work diligently and sensitively to help you recover the damages you deserve, helping to at least ease the financial burden during a painful time. If you’ve lost a loved one, we want to help you get justice.
To speak with a lawyer from our firm in a free initial consultation, call our office in Louisville at 502-785-8758 (toll-free at 800-655-2117). If it’s more convenient, you may also reach us online using our contact form.