Huntington Beach Wrongful Death Lawyers
Coping with the death of a family member is one of life's most difficult challenges. At Bisnar Chase Personal Injury Attorneys, our Huntington Beach wrongful death lawyers are passionate about holding wrongdoers accountable for their negligence. If you think your loved one's death may be a wrongful death lawsuit, our attorneys will unearth the facts and find out what really happened immediately. If you do not have a chance of pursuing compensation, we will tell you. We do not let family members hold onto hope after all they have been through. For aggressive litigation, straight talk, and honest answers, call 949-203-3814 now to take advantage of our free consultation and find out what your options are.
John Bisnar and Brian Chase, Bisnar Chase Personal Injury Attorneys partners, have sustained a 97.5% success rate for over 10,000 clients over the last 30 years. John hosts seminars that teach law firms how to properly manage their practice and give clients the best possible experience. Brian Chase has been named Trial Lawyer of the Year and has obtained millions of dollars for his clients in the last few months alone. In August of 2011, Brian obtained a record breaking 24.7 million dollar verdict for a client who suffered severe injuries.
Huntington Beach Wrongful Death Statistics
Serving as a Huntington Beach wrongful death attorney is a difficult task; the heartache and rage that our clients experience as they struggle to recover from their loved one's death is contagious and we cannot help but develop a connection with each one of our clients. When you sign with Bisnar Chase Personal Injury Attorneys, you become a client for life and you will receive a very personal experience from very passionate attorneys.
Our attorneys handle wrongful deaths that occur as a result of any type of personal injury. The majority of wrongful deaths that occur in Huntington Beach are a result of auto collisions. According to the 2009 California Statewide Integrated Traffic Records System (SWITRS), thirteen people lost their lives in Huntington Beach car accidents. Of those who suffered fatal injuries, 3 were pedestrians, 1 was on a motorcycle, and 4 were alcohol related. The streets of Huntington are especially dangerous at night as drunk drivers attempt to make their way home. Unfortunately, our Huntington Beach accident injury attorneys feel that many wrongful death cases could be handled more efficiently.
In November of 2011, Marcos Stead was killed in a Huntington Beach car accident after he was hit by a vehicle while trying to cross the street. Marcos' pedestrian accident occurred on Beach Boulevard, between Edinger Avenue and Stark Drive in Huntington Beach. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Marcos' family as I am sure they are still recovering from their loss.
Marcos' death was tragic, and there is no amount of compensation that will replace him. As experienced wrongful death experts, we feel that a majority of our lawsuits help prevent future deaths. Not long ago a client of hours was walking across the street when they were struck by a vehicle. We obtained compensation from the vehicle owner, but we were also able to expose the area in which the accident occurred as hazardous. The area was prone to serious injury accidents, but now it has a stop sign. We feel that our efforts that exposed the areas dangerous propensity spurred the city into making it safer and in turn have saved lives. Marcos' family may receive compensation for his death, but they will probably not have the satisfaction of contributing to preventing future accidents. Our attorneys will not complete your wrongful death lawsuit until every potential avenue of compensation has been investigated.
Wrongful Death Attorneys in Huntington Beach
If you have lost a loved one as a result of negligence, contact one of our wrongful death lawyers in Huntington Beach to take advantage of our free professional evaluation. Our success rate and history of high client satisfaction will give you the peace of mind to concentrate on your treatment, rather than your monetary recovery.