Wrongful Death Statute of Limitations in Nevada
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When a loved one suffers an accidental death due to the negligence of another person, business or government, you have the ability to file a wrongful death lawsuit. These lawsuits cannot only provide financial security to the family, but can also exact a measure of justice towards the negligent party.
If you are need of a qualified Las Vegas wrongful death attorney who will fight tirelessly on your behalf, contact the law firm of Benson, Bertoldo, Baker & Carter today. We can be reached toll free at 1-888-516-0223.
What is Statute of Limitations?
You have probably heard of the statute of limitations as it relates to criminal cases. Once a crime has been discovered, prosecutors only have a set amount of time to go after the person who has committed the crime. There are also limits of time in which a citizen can file a lawsuit for an injury from another party.
In Nevada wrongful death claims, you generally only have six years or less to file a lawsuit against the responsible parties. These laws differ depending on the type of accidental death and the party responsible.
It is best to contact a wrongful death attorney as soon as possible to preserve evidence, and get statements from witnesses while their memories are still fresh.
Types of Wrongful Death Cases
Wrongful death can include:
- Auto accidents
- Medical errors
- Defective products
- Workplace accidents
- Mass transit accidents like plane or train crashes
Contact a Las Vegas Wrongful Death Lawyer
Wrongful death claims as a rule involve sudden, unexpected deaths. Families are often left confused, grieving, and in financial chaos. It is important to contact a wrongful death lawyer quickly. The wrongful death lawyers at the law firm of Benson, Bertoldo, Baker & Carter help you navigate through the legal system. Call 1-888-516-0223 to schedule an evaluation of your case.