California wrongful death attorneys Fiore Achermann represent individuals and families who have lost a close relative — a child, son, daughter, mother or father — throughout California, from Northern California, Sacramento, San Francisco, Los Angeles to San Diego. You need trial attorneys who have the experience and skill necessary to prosecute your claim for the loss of a loved one.
For over 30 years combined, Jennifer Fiore and Sophia Achermann have been handling tort cases claiming the premature lives of adults and children in car, bicycle, bus, train, truck, pedestrian and motorcycle crashes, fires, explosions, dry rot structure and stair collapses, medical malpractice, product liability, defective products, unsafe premises, maritime accidents and more.
Let Jennifer and Sophie take the legal action necessary to protect and secure your surviving family’s future.
California law generally allows heirs and surviving family members to seek compensation for economic and noneconomic damages that arise from the tragic accident or incident that prematurely took the loss of your family member.
Economic damages may include the loss of financial support, the loss of gifts and benefits, funeral and burial expenses and the loss of household (chore) services.
Noneconomic damages may include the loss of your parent, spouse or other loved one’s love, companionship, comfort, care, assistance, protection, society, moral support, enjoyment of sexual relations, training and guidance.
Government Tort Claims - Time Limits
If you suspect that a government entity, such as a City, County or State agency, is responsible for the wrongful death, you have a limited time to file an administration claim or your time to sue may be forever lost. Some claims periods are short as six months.
Thus, it is important that you contact Fiore Achermann, the San Francisco Oakland Bay Area personal injury and wrongful death lawyers, without delay to learn about your legal options. They know how to file administrative tort claims throughout the State of California.