Oregon Wrongful Death Laws:
A Family Guide to the Civil Justice System After the Death of a Loved One

Written by Oregon Wrongful Death Attorneys Joshua Shulman and Sean DuBois.

This report is available for FREE to family members of fatal accident victims.

Oregon wrongful death attorneysNothing is worse than a loved one dying unnecessarily. When death comes in the natural order of things, of old age, it still causes feelings of loss and grief. But when a death was the result of someone else’s actions or negligence, then the loss can become clouded with a host of other issues, questions, and doubts.If you are dealing with the loss of a loved one has died through someone else’s fault, we wrote this for you. We consider it our duty to inform you of your legal rights. We know that in the wake of this loss, emotions run deep.

The last thing people want to do is call a lawyer, make an appointment, drive to the lawyer’s office, etc. But to bring an Oregon wrongful death claim against the responsible parties, you need to educate yourself about the process.We hope that by putting this important information into a free report, we can pass the information on in a way that will allow you to read it in your own time, at your own pace, without having to make an appointment, drive to an office, or talk to anyone before you’re ready.This white paper answers the questions:

  • Who Can Bring a Wrongful Death Case in Oregon?
  • What is the First Thing I Should Do?
  • What are the Legal Time Limits for Wrongful Death Lawsuits?
  • What is the Value of a Wrongful Death Case?
  • Who Can Benefit from a Wrongful Death Claim?

Please remember: While we understand that you are grieving, the law only allows a short amount of time to bring a wrongful death claim. If you miss the deadline, you could lose your right to bring a case at all – don’t let this happen to your family. Get this report and learn your legal rights after a death.

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