Wrongful Death Attorneys in Portland, OR
We leave no stone unturned in pursuit of justice for your family.
Have you lost a loved one as a result of a wrongful death?
The devastating loss of a loved one can leave you struggling to cope and overwhelmed with medical and funeral expenses. While nothing can replace their presence, wrongful death legal actions hold the responsible parties accountable and provide compensation for your losses.
Wrongful death legal actions can arise in various situations:
- Truck collisions
- Dangerous and defective products
- Industrial or construction accidents
- Failure to properly maintain commercial property
- Auto or car accidents
- Bicycle crashes
- Medical malpractice, including anesthesia errors
- Medication errors
Settlement against a multinational corporation after a welding operation caused an explosion, killing a worker
Settlement on behalf of a residents of a nursing home who were overmedicated
Settlement on behalf of a young boy who was hit and killed by a vehicle
Do You Need a Portland Wrongful Death Lawyer?
If your loved one passed away due to the fault of another person or entity, filing a wrongful death claim can be an essential stepping stone in your family’s recovery. Partnering with an experienced attorney will make all the difference in the outcome of your wrongful death case.
At Pickett Dummigan Weingart LLP, our attorneys who specialize in wrongful death cases take a compassionate and comprehensive approach. We use our extensive knowledge, skills, resources, and experience to pursue full and fair emotional and financial compensation for all your losses, including:
- Medical and hospital expenses
- Funeral and burial expenses
- Lost wages and benefits
- Loss of consortium or companionship
- Compensation for physical pain and suffering
We work hard to ensure your case is resolved as quickly and easily as possible. With our team on your side, your family can concentrate on mourning your loss and achieving closure after a catastrophic event.
Quick Answers from Our Attorneys
Q: Who can file a wrongful death claim in Oregon?
“A family member of the deceased is typically the one who brings a wrongful death claim to court in Oregon. In most cases, this family member is a surviving spouse, child, or parent of the deceased person. However, other family members are also allowed to bring wrongful death claims to court and recover damages, including surviving grandparents, stepchildren, or stepparents.”
Q: How long do I have to file a wrongful death claim in Oregon?
“There is a statute of limitations that limits the time available to file a wrongful death case in court. In Oregon, a wrongful death claim must be filed within 3 years of the deceased person’s final injury.”
Hear from our clients
Mr. Dummigan and his staff are very professional and caring. They took a case that no one else would…and put their energy and resources into the case to see it come to a successful close. It was an unfortunate series of events that led me to Mr. Dummigan’s office, but I was thankful for the closure his office brought to my situation.
I could not have asked for a better legal team than all three of you. Thank you again for the time and energy that you and your staff were willing to spend on my behalf, it made these last two years of my life a little more tolerable.
Excellent client communications, taking the time to educate us and setting realistic expectations. The results exceeded expectations.
We Are Here to Help
We understand the importance of obtaining justice when a careless or negligent act takes a loved one away from you forever. We take a compassionate approach with families who have lost a loved one, working hard to take care of all legal issues so that you can focus on dealing with your grief. We’ll make this as easy as possible.
1. Get in touch
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2. Free Consultation
We’ll listen to your situation and answer any questions.
3. Get Justice
If you have a case, our attorneys will dedicate their full attention to your case.
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