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Wrongful Death

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In wrongful death cases, attorneys strive to secure maximum compensation, encompassing various factors such as loss of love, affection, companionship, medical expenses, funeral costs, mental anguish, loss of future earnings, and benefits to survivors due to the victim's death. They possess adept legal expertise, adept at countering insurance companies' tactics aimed at limiting compensation and providing strategic responses to protect the case and ensure maximum recovery.

Specifically concerning cases involving the death of a child in Indiana, state law defines a child as an unmarried individual under 20 years of age, or under 23 if enrolled in higher education. Under the Wrongful Death Act, parents can seek economic damages for lost services, medical and funeral expenses, and counseling costs. Non-economic damages may encompass the lost love and companionship the child would have provided until the last surviving parent's death.

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