Why Should hire us for your Connecticut Wrongful Death Claim?
Every wrongful death case is different. But all who have lost a loved one share the same struggles: stress levels are heightened, there are funeral preparations to be made, and they are dealing with an abundance of other logistical things that need taken care of when someone has died. On top of that, dealing with legal deadlines and answering calls from insurance companies gets in the way of what they really need – space and time to grieve. And of course, compensation.
That's where Jim Aspell comes in.
We take care of the heavy lifting in your wrongful death claim so you can focus on your mental healing. We keep you informed so you'll always know where your case stands. And most importantly, we act fast because we know the importance of spending this time with those closest to you. And we don't want the legal process to be another roadblock that gets in the way of you coming to terms with your loss.
We're Your Advocates
When James F. Aspell, P.C. consider us an extension of your support system.
We're here to listen when you need someone else to talk to. We're here for advice to help you navigate through the legal process. And we'll be with you every step of the way to speak on your behalf with the insurance companies. And also in court, if it comes to it.
We've been there for thousands of clients who have lost loved ones, and we'll be there for you.
We've Earned the Support from Our Clients
We dedicate ourselves to client success and satisfaction. This shows in our 5 star Google rating and multiple reviews left by clients on Google.
Our Wrongful Death Snapshot is Proof of Our Success
At the Law Offices of James F. Aspell, P.C., we fight hard for our clients. And we don't just say that. We have helped families and loved ones of wrongful death victims get the compensation they deserve.
The outcome of an individual case depends on a variety of factors unique to that case. Case results do not guarantee or predict a similar result in any similar or future case.
Our Industry Recognition Helps Us Serve YOU
We've won awards for over 2000 clients. And with every award we get, the more it proves our quality. Years of credibility, glowing ratings on Google and a place on the top 100 trial lawyers of America.
1. We Won't add to Your Financial Stress
If you choose to hire us, rest easy knowing that we work based on a contingency fee. Put simply, if we don't get you money, then you won't owe us anything.
We know that many victims are concerned about finances after a loved one's death, and we don't want those concerns to keep you from getting the legal representation you deserve.
Average Payout Amount*
*According to the 2017 Martindale-Nolo Research.
2. We'll Pursue a Fair & Fast Settlement
Our years of experience mean we can get you more money, in the quickest time. It all boils down to efficiency. And we've been honing that for years. With legal representation, the average payout is $77,600, while the average is $17,600 without.
If the first offer is not enough, we will will participate in negotiations on your behalf to reach a fair and equitable solution. And if this is not reached, your lawyer won't hesitate to fight for your case in court.
Our Proven Process is all About YOU
Our process is people-focused. It's designed not only to win but to reduce stress levels and make the whole process easier.
It Starts with a Free Consultation
The initial consultation is a chance to discuss your case with one of our attorneys and figure out what your next step is. Use this time to figure out if an attorney is a good fit for your case and how you want to handle it. The goal is to find out how your loved one's death occurred.
When you meet with a personal injury lawyer, you should bring several things to help tell the story of your loved one's death. These will essentially be used as evidence to determine the value of your case. We also recommend coming with a list of questions for us.
What We'll Need from You
- Medical reports, scans, and bills from treatment the decedent received prior to their death
- Funeral and burial expenses
- Information regarding communication from the responsible party's insurance company or legal representation
- Any news reports or articles covering the death
- Details regarding the decedent's household contributions and how the loss of their contributions has impacted your family