Indiana Wrongful Death Lawyers
Boulton Law Group has witnessed the pain and stress placed on families who have lost a loved one to an accident. For more than 20 years, attorney Matt Boulton has led the charge in pursuing justice against negligence that resulted in a wrongful death.
Hiring an experienced wrongful death lawyer during a time of grief will prove to be invaluable for you and your family.
Wrongful death accidents account for some of Indiana’s most complicated case types. Our office takes a warm and professional approach to guiding loved ones through these lawsuits.
Put simply, we believe you and your family should only be focused on the grieving process during this time. Boulton Law Group ensures the burden of any legal responsibilities are removed from your shoulders.
Who Can File Indiana Wrongful Death Lawsuits?
Indiana laws on wrongful death cases are very specific about who can and cannot file a lawsuit on behalf of a deceased loved one. For instance, it will often depend on whether the victim was an adult or child.
The Adult Wrongful Death Act and Child Wrongful Death Act statutes set forth the damages recoverable for the death of a loved one, as well as who is able to bring a claim for damages.
Because Indiana’s wrongful death law is complex, it is important that you consult with an experienced wrongful death lawyer following the loss of a loved one.
Wrongful Death Compensation
Depending on the circumstances surrounding the loss of your loved one, there may be multiple sources of compensation.
The initial focus of attorney Boulton’s investigation will be to determine all possible sources of negligence.
Additionally, once all the appropriate parties have been placed on official notice, Boulton Law Group will work toward pursuing the various types of compensation, including any possible economic damages as well as all others allowed under Indiana law.
Statute of Limitations
Indiana law allows for a set amount of time in which someone can initiate the filing of a wrongful death lawsuit.
Generally speaking, a legal representative often will have two years from the date of a loved one’s death to either file a negligence lawsuit or settle the claim. However, in instances involving a minor, the statute of limitations can be much longer.
It is important to understand that every case will have unique factors that officially determine its specific statute of limitations.
Unfortunately, Boulton Law Group has witnessed instances where a loved one did not contact an attorney quickly enough and lost their right to file a lawsuit.
The only sure way to determine the statute of limitations is to have attorney Boulton review the details of your potential lawsuit.
Get Experienced Representation On Your Side
Boulton Law Group has helped several Indiana families through the darkest moments of their lives, and our demand for justice is never stronger than in these situations.
Our office takes an exceptional amount of pride in the warmth and empathy we offer our clients during these lawsuits.
Attorney Boulton offers anyone who has lost a loved one a Zero Fee Guarantee. This means you will never be charged for a consultation or case review, and the only way our office receives payment is if we make a recovery on your behalf.
To speak to attorney Boulton direct, call 317-350-2680, or you can write to him by using our confidential contact form.
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