Wrongful Death

Wrongful Death

Wrongful death is defined when a person dies due to legal fault of another person. This is typically due to some form of negligence or misconduct. If you recently lost a loved one due to an accident or injury, The Rinaldo Law Group will support you during this difficult time and provide you with the legal advice and insight that you are entitled to.

Wrongful death may be in connection with automobile accidents, a result of medical malpractice or relate to product liability issues that went unaddressed. Real parties of interest, which often include family members of the deceased, may file a claim against a specific person, a company, a specific employer and even government agencies.

To ensure that appropriate legal action is taken in wrongful death cases, it is crucial to be in the hands of experienced and accredited lawyers such as Catherine with The Rinaldo Law Group. She and her team will ensure that your legal rights are represented and “pecuniary injuries” are compensated. These are a way of recovering expenses and providing financial means for loss of support, services, lost prospect of inheritance along with medical and funeral expenses.

During your time of worry and sorrow, an experienced personal injury lawyer, such as those working with The Rinaldo Law Group, will help assist you with the legal council that you deserve.

Other Practice Areas

Premises Liability

Property owners are responsible for ensuring the safety of those that may enter their property. If someone is hurt, they may be able to recover compensation for their injuries. Whether it be slipping and falling, inadequate maintenance or safety or defective conditions, premises liability hold landowners and tenant responsible for the legal principles when someone steps foot on their property.

Learn More →

Bicycle Accidents

Whether it be a personal experience or that of a loved one, bicycle accidents resulting in serious and sometimes fatal injuries are traumatic and life-changing. The common thread found in most bicycling accident cases is the negligence of a driver.

Learn More →

Products Liability

Every year, thousands of injuries in the United States are a result of defective or dangerous products. Those that fall victim of and result in injuries due to product defects deserve solace while manufacturers and sellers have a moral and ethical obligation to meet the ordinary expectation of their consumers.

Learn More →

Brain Injury

Property owners are responsible for ensuring the safety of those that may enter their property. If someone is hurt, they may be able to recover compensation for their injuries. Whether it be slipping and falling, inadequate maintenance or safety or defective conditions, premises liability hold landowners and tenant responsible for the legal principles when someone steps foot on their property.

Learn More →

Wrongful Death

Wrongful death is when a person dies due to legal fault of another person. This is typically due to some form of negligence or misconduct. If you recently lost a loved one due to an accident or injury, The Rinaldo Law Group will support you during this difficult time and provide you with the legal advice and insight that you are entitled to.

Learn More →

Catastrophic Accidents

If you or a loved one have experienced a catastrophic accident, you deserve to be represented by law specialists that can provide you with both legal advice and emotional support. Catastrophic accidents may be incidents that result in a need for physical therapy, surgery and hospitalization and can include long-term health needs as a result of paralysis or brain injury.

Learn More →

Medical Malpractice

If you or a loved one feel that they were harmed by a doctor or medical practitioner that failed to perform his or her medical duties, you deserve the support and counsel of the experts at The Rinaldo Law Group.

Learn More →

Negligent Security

Property owners are responsible for the safety and security of all visitors that step foot on their premises. Whether it be a residential, retail or corporate property, the individual(s) in possession of the property are responsible for injuries and/or fatalities.

Learn More →