Your safety and well-being are our top priorities. Our office is open and staffed to serve you. We are taking measures to ensure that our office is thoroughly cleaned and safe for our clients. We will continue to offer our services via phone, email, and Zoom. Harris & Literski is committed to slowing the spread of COVID-19 while continuing to be the law firm you can depend on.

Your safety and well-being are our top priorities. Our office is open and staffed to serve you. We are taking measures to ensure that our office is thoroughly cleaned and safe for our clients. We will continue to offer our services via phone, email, and Zoom. Harris & Literski is committed to slowing the spread of COVID-19 while continuing to be the law firm you can depend on.

Wrongful death litigation in Michigan

| Nov 13, 2015 | wrongful death |

When a loved one is killed in an unexpected accident due to the negligence of another party, it is not something that anyone can ever fully recover from. There will be so many thoughts about “what if” scenarios and so many tumultuous emotions, that many people will need psychological counseling to navigate the weeks and years following their dear one’s death.

At the Law Offices of Harris & Literski, we have helped countless individuals who have lost a loved one like this, and we are available to help you, too. Aside from the healing influence of time, psychological counseling and the support of relatives and friends, one way to obtain a sense of closure relating to a loved one killed due to someone else’s negligence is to pursue a wrongful death claim against the at-fault party in the case. Our firm has pursued many such cases for victims’ families and we may be able to pursue such a claim for you.

There are an unlimited number of ways that someone can lose his or her life in a fatal accident. At our firm, we have represented families who lost their loved ones in car accidents, semi-truck crashes, motorcycle collisions, pedestrian accidents and bicycle crashes. We have also represented families whose loved ones died as a result of dangerous property conditions, workplace hazards, defective products and dangerous machinery.

You may also be glad to hear that our Livingston, Michigan, law firm works on a contingency fee basis. This means that you will not take any financial risk if we agree to represent you in a wrongful death action. We know that you have already lost enough, and for this reason, your family will not be required to pay any attorneys’ fees unless we successfully recover money on your behalf.

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