The death of a loved one is always a difficult time, but when that death was preventable and caused by the negligence or wrongful acts of another person or a company, the loss is even more painful. At Warner & Warner, we represent families who have lost a loved one wrongfully. We have broad experience in many areas of the law involving wrongful death, including car, motorcycle, and trucking accidents, medical malpractice, nursing home abuse and neglect, and defective products.
When someone dies due to the negligence of another person or a company, the losses can be devastating and immeasurable. In addition to the emotional cost, there is often a tremendous financial cost associated with a wrongful death. Our experience in assessing and proving these damages can be the difference between a small recovery and a recovery that adequately compensates a family for the full loss it has suffered. We team up with the most capable and respected experts to identify all areas of loss and to quantify those losses as fully and accurately as possible in order to maximize your recovery. Call Warner & Warner to discuss your potential wrongful death case free of charge. We can help.
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This tragic case involved a specific type of commercial lawnmower called a zero turn radius (ZTR) mower. These mowers a fast, turn on a dime, and are top heavy. Several years after their debut, manufacturers began to receive reports of the mowers overturning and causing deaths and serious injuries. Many manufacturers acted quickly and responsibly, but not all.
In this tragic case, our clients’ son was killed when he fell into a large machine used to dye cypress mulch with red dye. He was horribly crushed and dismembered by a large auger that turned the mulch to coat it with dye. We sued several entities in this case as a result of the death, including the company where the man worked, the manufacturer of the machine, and the company that designed the machine, because each of the defendants played an important role in the death.
In this case, our client was admitted to a nursing home for rehabilitation following a hip fracture and surgery. On admission to the nursing home, she was prescribed a broad-spectrum antibiotic which was widely recognized as significantly increasing her risk of a clostridium difficile (C. Diff.) infection.
This case involves the tragic death of a legally blind elderly man from massive head injuries he suffered in a fall caused by a severely damaged concrete parking stop in a convenience store parking lot. While walking into the store to buy some snacks, our client’s cane, which he used due to his blindness, became stuck in a cracked and broken parking stop in front of the store. As he walked and the cane jammed into the broken concrete, our client lost his balance, fell, and struck his head on the concrete curb leading from the parking lot to the sidewalk in front of the store.