Wrongful Death

A wrongful death case involves the death of a person by the actions of someone, or the failure to act. Since the person involved is deceased, a wrongful death suit is a civil case as opposed to a criminal action and is brought by family members or estate representatives of the deceased. Damages can be assessed based on many factors: loss of wages, loss of benefits, loss of companionship, as well as emotional pain and suffering caused by the trauma. That’s why you need the Janssen Law Team on your side.

At the Janssen Law Center, we understand the intricacies of filing a wrongful death suit, including applicable expiration dates. Our legal team has the experience to successfully navigate the legal system in order to get you the compensation you deserve. As always, there’s no charge to discuss a case, and we have the financial resources necessary to see your case through to the end.

The Janssen Law Center

janssenj@jjlaw.com

333 Main Street
Peoria, Illinois 61602

(309) 676-2341
(877) 676-2341
(309) 676-7678

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We will review your case for free, with no obligation. We will give you solid, practical advice regarding your case, as well as the next steps to take. You do not have to pay a retainer fee up front. We only charge a fee if we’re successful and recover a financial award on your behalf. Our fees are based on a percentage of that award. This is known as a contingent fee agreement.

The Janssen Law Center accepts most personal injury cases on a contingent fee basis. The contingent fee is perhaps the one device in law that gives injured people – no matter their financial means – an even break against giant corporations and insurances companies in a court of law.

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