Father has put a wrongful death lawsuit/claim. The problem is he was never in her life and my father raised her. It's complicated because our mother is deceased now leaving four siblings from mom's side and four siblings from dad's side and a biological father who is now wanting to... Read more »
In Arizona, here is who can file a wrongful death claim: the surviving spouse of a decedent, the surviving children of a decedent and a surviving parent or guardian of a decedent. Many wrongful death attorneys offer free case consultations. Your situation...Read more »
They were playing basketball at school in the gym during lunch with no school officials present. The 20 year old elbowed my son pretty hard and they had words. The 20 year old told everyone that was around to leave then led my son into a hallway. He attempted to lock the door and wouldn't... Read more »
In Arizona, the following people can file a wrongful death lawsuit: The surviving spouse of a decedent, the surviving children of a decedent or a surviving parent or guardian of a decedent. Please accept our condolences on the loss of your cousin.
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