Proving Your Loss in Wrongful Death Litigation
At the Law Office of Daniel J. O’Neill, our central goal is to make sure that the loss your family has experienced is fully and accurately presented.
We work intensively with all of our personal injury clients, but in California wrongful death litigation, our experience, and ability to work closely and compassionately with the people we serve can make an especially important difference to the eventual outcome of your case.
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How Daniel J O’Neil Can Help
Daniel O’Neill has helped families through the difficult challenges of serious and fatal accident litigation since 1980. Named Trial Lawyer of the Year three times by the Central Coast Trial Lawyers Association, he combines highly developed claim evaluation and courtroom skills with a wholehearted commitment to the best interests of his clients.
In wrongful death litigation, this combination can be especially powerful. Because an important element of your demand for damages will be the loss of the support and comfort that the victim provided to you and your family, we work closely with you to develop a specific and detailed understanding of just what that loss means to you in practical and emotional terms. Then we communicate that understanding to those who will decide what your compensation should be — first the insurance negotiators, and when necessary, a trial jury.
We won’t pretend that wrongful death litigation is easy. At the same time, we do everything possible to reduce the burdens of the lawsuit on you and your family while you’re going through a hard transition.
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Discuss Your Case With an AV Preeminent-Rated* Attorney
To learn how we can work toward protecting your family’s financial security while supporting you through a difficult experience, call our office today at 1-877-640-6522. Contact us today.
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