Q: Can i sue for wrongful death of my 9 yrs old daughter the accident happened in 1998
my ex husband had custody of my daughter and he disappeared with her in 1992. I have searched for her ever since. After searching for her for 25 years, i finally found her grave site. I didn't know that my daughter was dead, i am devistated. i want answers. i want to know why? The internet says that she died as a result of an alcohol related car accident. i received her death certificate today (it is the worst feeling a person could ever have). Is there any legal action i can do about losing my baby. She was only 9 years old and i have searched for her for so long. I don't know what to do. She has been dead for almost 19 years and i just now find out. I guess you could say that i am angry, I want them to pay for my babies life. Whoever is at fault weather it be her father or the other driver.
I wish I had good news but unfortunately the statute of limitations is long gone. I suggest you contact a member of the Mississippi Assn for Justice as they give free consultations and at least you'll know you did what you could.
If I may presume, as you seem to be in a lot of pain,there is a PTS therapy called EMDR you may want to try--it's not complicated, doesn't require a lot of sessions, no medication. Google Psychology Today EMDR (and name of your town)
All the best for as much healing as you can get.
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