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Wrongful Death Attorneys Serving All of Southern California and Beyond

While dealing with the death of a loved one is difficult under any circumstances, losing someone due to another person's carelessness or deliberately malicious actions can be exponentially more difficult to handle. You can and absolutely should consult our firm if you believe you may have a wrongful death case based on the circumstances surrounding your loved one's passing.

The California Law Office of Bryman & Apelian have more than 55 years of collective experience helping clients pursue compensation when a wrongful death has irrevocably altered their lives. We may be able to do the same for you if you have lost a loved one as a result of an:

We know that no amount of money will ever replace your loved one. We will do everything possible to protect your financial stability as your life tries to move forward. Mr. Bryman and Mr. Apelian passionately advocate on your behalf to make sure you collect enough money for all of your economic losses as well as intangible losses, which would include loss of consortium and companionship, from those responsible, even if the decedent was partially at fault. If applicable, we will also help you pursue punitive damages to punish the wrongdoer.

Who can file a wrongful death claim in California

Even if you were extraordinarily close with the person who passed away, only certain survivors or partners are allowed to file wrongful death claims. Spouses, children and dependent parents and life partners are the primary parties who may file wrongful death claims. If the individual who passed away was not married and did not have any children, then the right to file a wrongful death suit goes to nondependent parents, siblings, nieces and nephews, grandparents, and finally blood or adopted relatives in the family line. Life partners now have rights, too.

Putative spouses, the children of putative spouses, life partners, stepchildren and minors who were dependent upon the deceased can also file a wrongful death lawsuit under certain conditions.

Contact our law firm to work with a highly experienced wrongful death lawyer

The Law Office of Bryman & Apelian serve those who have lost loved ones in the Los Angeles area as well as all San Diego, Orange, Ventura, San  Francisco and Sacramento Counties. We maintain flexible office hours, offer home appointments when necessary and operate on a contingency fee basis. You pay us absolutely nothing unless we win your case!

Reach out to our personal injury law firm online or simply call us at 818.225.5151 to schedule a free consultation if you have lost a loved one due to another person's negligence.