Wrongful Death / Fatal Accidents
Southern California /Wrongful Death/Fatal Accidents Attorneys
When manufacturers, employers, or other drivers act with indifference towards the safety of others or with gross negligence, they can be held responsible in
wrongful death actions when fatalities occur as a result. In each case, liability must be proven or a duty of care shown: did a company, doctor or driver
knowingly act in a dangerous manner that disregarded the well-being of others? I work with accident investigators, safety experts, engineers and medical
experts to establish reckless indifference or gross negligence on the part of people who cause fatal accidents.
If you have lost a family member or loved one through the careless or reckless actions of an employer, product manufacturer,
health care provider or as the result of the negligence of a driver, contact Joseph G. Cavallo to schedule a free consultation today.
Causes of Fatal Accidents
We represents clients in wrongful death cases involving the following kinds of fatal accidents:
Motor vehicle and Car accidents
Falls from heights
Driving accidents (including dram shop liability)
Accidents caused by defective products
Establishing Liability on the Part of Those Responsible
It’s not uncommon for those responsible for causing a fatal accident to deny responsibility. The degree to which a party could
have – and should have – foreseen dangers of their actions will often determine liability. I work with investigators and experts in
presenting wrongful death cases, we underscore the issue of foreseeability: did an employer, manufacturer or driver have reason
to know their actions or product put others in danger? We work to show the responsible party should have foreseen dangers
inherent in their actions to hold them financially accountable for the tragic result.
Contact Wrongful Death Attorney Joseph G. Cavallo Today
Don’t let someone tell you the loss of a loved one was simply an unfortunate event: Hold careless and reckless people
accountable for their actions. To schedule an appointment and discuss your case.