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In the weeks following a fatal accident

If your loved one has been involved in a fatal motor vehicle accident, you may not know what to do next. It is a life-changing event that could shake the foundation of your life. Here at Pryor Priest & Harbor, we understand that this is a difficult time and wish to help you through it.

Though dealing with legal matters may be quite far from your mind at a time like this, it is important to understand that you might need the legal compensation in order to fortify your family structure at this crucial time. If the loved one that has passed contributed to the household income, you will need to fill the gap that they will leave. If the accident was caused by negligence, you will be able to legally pursue it as a wrongful death case. This means that another party can be held responsible for the death of your loved one.

Not only can this help you pay for any potential medical bills, insurance, or other lost expenses, but it may also give you peace of mind. In some cases, such as lethal accidents involving DUI charges, you may also be able to take a menace off of the roads. This could prevent further fatal accidents in the future, making the roads a safer place to be for everyone.

While it is difficult to move forward at this time, that is perhaps one of the most important things that you can do. For more information on dealing with the aftermath of a fatal vehicular accident, please visit our web page.

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