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Seek Justice After A Loved One’s Wrongful Death

No one should have to endure the death of a loved one due to another party’s abuse or negligence. If your elderly relative passed away due to the abuse or neglect of a nursing home or an in-home caregiver, you have the right to file a wrongful death claim.

We are Holman Kent LLC. Let us advocate for you if you lost a loved one due to elder neglect or abuse. With a combination of assertive representation and compassionate personal service, we can help you seek justice and prevent elder abuse from claiming another life.

Is A Wrongful Death Lawsuit Right For Me?

After the pain of losing a loved one, filing a lawsuit may be the last thing on your mind. However, a wrongful death claim can go a long way toward holding the perpetrator accountable, recovering compensation for your loved one’s funeral costs and other damages and preventing elder abuse from happening to others.

Not everyone is eligible to file a wrongful death lawsuit. You may file a claim if you are the deceased person’s:

  • Spouse
  • Adult or minor child
  • Sibling
  • Estate administrator

We understand that whether or not you want to pursue a wrongful death claim is a difficult decision. At Holman Kent LLC, we will handle the bureaucracy and legal process while you focus on moving forward and grieving your loved one.

Elder abuse does not happen in residential facilities only. It can also happen in your or your loved one’s home at the hands of an in-home nurse or caregiver.

Seek Justice With A Wrongful Death Claim

At Holman Kent LLC, we work on a contingency fee basis, meaning you do not owe us any fees unless we can recover compensation. If we do not win, you do not pay. You have nothing to lose and everything to gain by contacting us today to talk about your circumstances. To schedule a free initial consultation, call 515-302-6764 or reach us online. To learn more about nursing home abuse, visit our FAQ page.