Your Partner In Pursuing Compensation After A Devastating Loss
There’s nothing more painful or devastating to a family than losing someone they love. To make matters worse, the unexpected loss of a loved one can cause a marked loss of income, create large and unexpected medical bills and expenses, and put your family into financial crisis.
If the death of your loved one occurred as a result of the negligence of or intentional harm by another, you and your family deserve justice. At Montgomery Ponder, LLC, our experienced trial attorneys are here to help you protect your rights and hold those responsible legally accountable for their actions.
We understand that no amount of financial compensation can replace the love and companionship you’ve lost. However, recovering the compensation you and your family deserve can help you pay bills and stay financially afloat.
A wrongful death claim often recovers compensation for:
- Medical bills leading up to death
- Funeral and burial costs
- Lost wages and future income
- Loss of future inheritance
- Pain and suffering, and emotional trauma
- Loss of companionship
- Punitive damages
Our team knows the law and can take care of all of the legal aspects of a wrongful death case. We have helped family members recover for losses involving:
- Faulty or defective products or drugs
- Motor vehicle accidents of all kinds
- Semi and 18-wheeler accidents
- Class action and mass tort law
- Group home accident
- Railroad accidents
It’s Important To Act Now
Alabama’s wrongful death statute of limitations restricts how long after your loved one’s passing you are able to file a wrongful death claim. In Alabama, you must bring a wrongful death lawsuit to court no more than two years after the date of your loved one’s death. If you wait too long, the courts will dismiss your case without hearing it.
Dedicated Attorneys Who Will Fight For Your Rights
Mourning family members often feel helpless, that there is nothing they can do. But there are steps you can take that will help you move forward. Getting closure and obtaining financial compensation to ensure your future are the two ways.