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Wrongful Death

Wrongful Death and Serious Injuries Lawyer - Detroit and all of Michigan, including Wayne County, Oakland County, Macomb County, and Washtenaw County

Posner, Posner and Posner helps the families of persons who have died as the result of the wrongful conduct of others and victims of serious accidents obtain compensation and justice for their losses.  We help them seek the financial resources and peace of mind that can allow them to rebuild their lives.  We also represent people in hearings for the distribution of wrongful death proceeds.

Life after the wrongful death of a family member or a serious accident may never be the same.  Our goal at Posner, Posner and Posner is to help our clients obtain the compensation that can enable them to recover as fully as possible — physically, financially, and emotionally.  During the difficult legal process we stand by our clients and provide them with the emotional support and representation they need to overcome the crisis a serious injury or wrongful death can cause.

Our firm represents clients in cases involving:

Under Michigan's wrongful death statute, damages include damages for the loss of financial support, loss of the society and companionship and parental training and guidance of the deceased, as well as compensation for the pain and suffering, while conscious, undergone by the deceased during the period between the time of the injury and death.  The persons entitled to damages include, but are not limited to the deceased's spouse, children, descendants, parents, grandparents, and brothers and sisters.

Many of these cases present challenging legal or medical aspects.  Posner, Posner and Posner has significant and substantial experience in all types of cases involving negligence, serious injury, and wrongful death.

For a free consultation on a wrongful death or serious injury claim, call Posner, Posner and Posner now at 248-355-2999 or contact us online.

Wrongful Death Distribution Hearing Lawyer

When a wrongful death case is settled, or when there is a judgment, the court must hold a hearing to determine how much of the settlement each person is to receive.  If you are a person entitled to recover damages under the wrongful death statute, you are entitled to notice of the proposed distribution and of the court hearing on that proposal.

We can represent you in a wrongful death distribution hearing.  If you object to the proposed distribution of the proceeds of the wrongful death case, you must present a claim for damages to the personal representative on or before the date set for hearing on the motion for distribution of the proceeds or you will be barred from making a claim to any of the proceeds.  You must then appear at the hearing to present evidence and arguments as to why you are entitled to more of the money than what was proposed.

Posner, Posner and Posner has substantial experience in representing people in wrongful death distribution hearings, and we can guide you through the process, make sure that proper pleadings are filed, and represent you at the hearing.

For a free consultation regarding a wrongful death distribution hearing, call Posner, Posner and Posner now at 248-355-2999 or contact us online.

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Serving clients in Detroit, Michigan area and throughout Michigan, including the cities of Ann Arbor, Bay City, Belleville, Bloomfield, Bloomfield Hills, Canton, Clinton Township, Dearborn, Detroit, East Lansing, Farmington Hills, Flint, Grand Rapids, Grosse Pointe, Hamtramck, Highland Park, Holland, Howell, Jackson, Kalamazoo, Lansing, Livonia, Macomb, Monroe, Mount Pleasant, Muskegon, Northville, Plymouth, Pontiac, Port Huron, Redford, Royal Oak, Saginaw, Southfield, St. Clair Shores, Sterling Heights, Troy, Warren, and Ypsilanti along with these counties: Wayne County, Oakland County, Macomb County, Monroe County, Washtenaw County, Genesee County, and Livingston County.