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Protecting Your Family’s Interests After A Fatal Accident

At Scott Law Office and Mediation Center, our attorneys understand that the loss of a loved one due to negligence is both emotionally and financially devastating. Very simply, there is no greater loss than the unnecessary death of a family member, and wrongful death cases involve a different set of client needs as compared to other injury cases.

While our primary professional objective is to maximize the financial compensation for your wrongful death claim, we also serve as a resource for the full range of personal, practical and emotional needs experienced by a grieving family after the death of a loved one. With over three decades of combined legal experience, our lawyers have represented numerous families in wrongful death claims throughout Indiana.

We know how to develop the proof of liability and damages necessary to hold a defendant accountable under Indiana wrongful death laws. Whether your loss occurred through a fatal crash or a deadly accident at work, we are fully committed to helping you recover the compensation you need for your family’s security.

Receive Counsel After A Tragic Accident

For a free consultation to weigh your legal options, call us in Kokomo at 765-450-9837 or complete our online contact form at your convenience. We approach wrongful death cases with the utmost respect for you and your family during this difficult time.