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By Dean Caras.
About two million people sustain a head injury every year. Most of these are minor, because the skull protects the brain from damage. A brain injury occurs when a person suffers a traumatic injury to the head that is severe enough to penetrate the skull and damage the brain. Every state has a civil “wrongful death statute,” or set of statutes, which establish the procedures for bringing wrongful death actions. An action for wrongful death belongs to certain persons identified by statute. In most states, such persons will include the decedent’s immediate family members, such as surviving spouses and children, and sometimes parents or siblings.
An attorney experienced in wrongful death law can explain all of the intricacies of these lawsuits and help achieve the best possible outcome for survivors.
If you or someone you know has suffered a brain injury as a result of someone else’s negligent actions, contact Caras Law Group today for a free consultation and case evaluation. Dean Caras and his associates have numerous years of experience providing brain injury legal expertise, and will get you what you deserve!