Wrongful Death Law

Losing someone close to you can be a devastating blow, only made worse if they are a family member who was taken too soon. Sadly, loss is a fact of life, and while ultimately inescapable, it should not be stolen earlier due to the negligence of another individual. From severe injury, medical malpractice, auto accidents, nursing home abuse, and beyond, the wrongful death of a loved one is an overwhelming burden to bear. Unfortunately, during a time of such great tragedy, the sad fact is that often, the death of your loved one will be minimized and neglected compared to the catastrophic nature of the incident.

Luckily, there are legal resources to help seek retribution. At Smolen Law, The Alpha Firm, we understand the tremendous loss you have endured and how devastating it can be to the survivors of a wrongful death case.

First, it is vital to understand how a survivor is defined under Tulsa, OK, law. While a great many people may be affected by the loss, the law separates explicitly “survivors” from those who may just bear an emotional burden but have no right to file a claim. To be considered a survivor, an immediate or distant family member, life partner, dependant, putative spouse, those who suffer financially due to the loss, or the parents of a deceased fetus.

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