Butler County Wrongful Death Attorney
There may be no greater tragedy than losing loved ones before their time. Learning that their death was caused through the negligence or carelessness of someone else can only make that loss all the more bitter. For over 24 years, the attorneys of Dallas W. Hartman, P.C. have sat with people in Butler County just like you who have lost a loved one and want answers. If you want justice for your loved one, our attorneys are here to help.
Justice Is About More Than Money
Our attorneys have heard enough stories from those who have lost a loved one to understand what you are looking for. Justice is not about getting a financial windfall. For most families, the main thing they want is to hear someone admit that what happened to their loved one was wrong and should not have happened, or to receive the vindication of a judge or jury delivering the verdict that their loved one’s death was wrong.
No one would ever wish to lose a loved one in this way, and no amount of money can make up for their loss. Nevertheless, there are often expensive medical bills from their final hours of life. There are funeral expenses to pay, and there is the future to think of as well. While no amount of money may restore what you have lost, it can prevent the tragedy of their loss from creating a financial tragedy as well.
Getting Answers Is Not Always Easy
It is important in choosing an attorney to handle your wrongful death case, that you find an attorney who has the experience to manage your case well, and the sensitivity that makes you comfortable working with them for what may be a long process. Determining the exact cause of your loved one’s death, and how the other party was at fault can be complex. You want an attorney who will seek to get you the financial compensation you deserve, while fully aware that no amount of money can compensate emotionally for their loss.
Do Not Delay
Pennsylvania law does place strict limits on how long you have to bring a wrongful death claim. In Butler County, unless there are extraordinary circumstances, you must file a claim within two years of the death of your loved one. While you are grieving and attempting to put your life back together after your loss, two years can go by very quickly. If you believe someone else’s negligence caused your loved one’s death, do not put off taking action in pursuing your claim.
Contact Us Today
When you contact the law offices if Dallas W. Hartman, P.C., we will help you set up a free, no-obligation consultation with one of our attorneys. Our lawyers have been working in Butler County for years and have the experience needed to proceed with a wrongful death claim. We will explain the process to you and help you begin to get the justice your loved one’s death deserves. Let us begin taking some of the burden off your shoulders.