Sudden and tragic death can happen in an instant. Whether you have lost a child in a car accident, a swimming pool accident or a building fire, we can effectively help you.
Since 1987, we have been helping grieving families through times of great loss. We have the experience to get the results you need. We know that money can never compensate or console you following the death of a child, but it can help to ensure that the negligent party bears responsibility for its actions and can often be used to help educate others to ensure that no one else loses his or her life so unnecessarily.
Assisting Grieving Families Through Times of Great Loss
1) Loss of a Child
Parents are not supposed to bury their children — the loss is simply too great, the pain too difficult to manage. The death of a child is traumatic and devastating to everyone involved. If this death comes as a result of someone’s negligence, the pain is amplified.
At Hoogbruin & Company, we work with parents and families that are coping with the death of their children. Although nothing we do can bring back a child, we work diligently to seek all remedies the law can provide.
2) Loss of a Spouse
Facing the loss of a spouse, whether age-related, medically related or accident-related, is never easy. The pain exacts an exorbitant emotional toll that is far too slow to fade away. However, when a spouse is lost to premature death through the negligent actions of another person, the pain is exceeded only by anger and questions. How could this happen?
Contact a wrongful death lawyer today at Hoogbruin & Company to discuss your legal claims regarding the loss of a spouse. To schedule a free consultation, call 604-609-3783
How Will You Get by Without Your Loved One at Your Side?
Losing a spouse to wrongful death is a traumatic experience. Where do you turn when your soul mate is no longer by your side? In addition to the loss of companionship and consortium, there is loss of security — both emotional and financial.
If the spouse was the primary income earner, how will bills get paid? Who will handle the finances? What happens to retirement accounts? If the spouse was the primary caregiver for the children, who will care for the kids? What happens to the house?
At Hoogbruin & Company we cannot bring your loved one back, but we can help you find answers to your questions and fight for compensation for your wrongful death claim. Our experienced wrongful death lawyers work with investigators, experts and doctors to review your situation and determine who the negligent party was that caused the death of your spouse — whether it was a hospital or doctor, manufacturer of a defective product, or company that did not properly maintain the workplace.
Though you may be grieving the loss of a wife or husband, it is important to obtain legal representation as soon as possible. For a free consultation with a sensitive lawyer, contact ………Most of our cases are handled on a contingency basis, which means that you will not owe us lawyer’s fees unless we make a recovery for you.
3) Loss of a Parent
No matter what age you are, losing a parent to death is never easy. The loss of security, services and support can never fully be filled by another person. But the pain and sense of loss can be deeper if the loss of a loved one is attributable to the negligence of another person.
To discuss your legal claims with an experienced wrongful death lawyer, contact the law firm of Hoogbruin & Company.
Accidental Death of a Mother or Father
Losing a parent to wrongful death is a traumatic experience. No one cares for us the way our parents do. Financially, emotionally, physically, Dad and Mom always come through. When they are gone, often the most reliable support system is also gone. Where do you turn for strength, counsel and parental guidance?
If you believe your parent’s death was the reslt of negligence, you may have the right to file a wrongful death claim. If you believe the parent of a loved one died as a result of negligence, the family may have right to file a claim.
At Hoogbruin & Company, we cannot bring a loved one back, but we can help you find answers to your questions and fight for compensation for the loss of a parent.
Our experienced lawyers work with investigators, experts and doctors to review your situation and determine who the negligent party was that caused the death of your parent — whether it was a hospital or doctor, administrator of a nursing home or assisted care facility, or company that did not properly maintain the workplace.
Though you may be grieving the loss of a parent, it is important to obtain legal representation as soon as possible. For a free consultation with a sensitive personal injury lawyer about your loss of a parent, contact us by calling 604-609-3783. Most of our cases are handled on a contingency basis, which means that you will not owe us lawyer’s fees unless we make a recovery for you.
Get Involved: In Their Name
In Their Name is the campaign of the BC Wrongful Death Law Reform Society. Its goal is to change the law in British Columbia, which currently denies justice to the survivors of children, the elderly and many people with disabilities killed by the careless or intentional acts of another.
You can learn more at: http://intheirname.ca/