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Colorado Wrongful Death Attorneys

Wrongful Death cases involve situations where a person loses his or her life as the result of another’s conduct. When a person dies as the result of a car accident caused by another, that case would be termed a “wrongful death suit.” Like all negligence cases, the plaintiff must prove negligence, causation and damages.

Jim Fahrenholtz and Jesse Wiens have represented the families of those that have lost their life due to the negligence of others. In one case, a concrete pump truck was driven on the wrong side of Highway 6 in Eagle County around a corner, hitting a vehicle coming the other direction head on, killing the driver, who left behind a wife and minor child. Another incident involved a young man that was rear-ended by a commercial vehicle in a construction zone in Vail. These events are devastating for family members and loved ones, many of whom rely upon the income and life services provided for by the deceased.

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Any potential Personal Injury case requires a detailed understanding of the facts, the processes, and the law. If an injury has impacted your life, you will want to consult with an experienced Personal Injury attorney to see if you should pursue a lawsuit. If you have been the tragic victim of a wrongful death event, call Jim Fahrenholtz and Jesse Wiens immediately to determine the next steps.

Martindale Hubbell

Colorado Bar Association

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