Lawyers Fighting for Wrongful Death Victims in Baltimore & Washington D.C.

A wrongful death is one caused by another person’s careless or negligent actions. When someone’s passing can be classified as a wrongful death, the deceased’s primary or secondary beneficiaries have the right to file a wrongful death action and a survival action. Doing so allows the plaintiffs to seek compensation for the losses the deceased incurred prior to their death, any conscious pain and suffering the deceased experienced, and the tangible and intangible losses family members and dependents have experienced firsthand.

What are Common Types of Wrongful Death Cases?

  • Medical malpractice
  • Car accidents
  • Truck accidents
  • Defective products
  • Dangerous premises
  • Construction accidents
  • Nursing home negligence
  • Motorcycle accidents

What Kind of Medical Malpractice Could Result in Wrongful Death?

Deaths caused by the negligence of a trusted healthcare provider are especially devastating. You were failed by a doctor who you expected to provide a professional level of care. The lawyers of Schochor, Federico and Staton provide vigorous representation to beneficiaries suffering due to the actions of doctors, nurses, hospitals, pharmaceutical companies and all other parties who play a role in providing healthcare. Our law firm maintains a special focus on helping clients with medical malpractice wrongful death lawsuits, including those involving:

  • Misdiagnosis and delayed diagnosis
  • Cancer
  • Emergency room negligence
  • Surgical errors
  • Anesthesia errors

We also handle wrongful death lawsuits related to birth injuries, medication errors, bacterial infections, and neglect or abuse.
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