A Wrongful Death Means Someone Can Be Held Accountable
The death of a loved one under any circumstances is difficult. When someone dies because of the recklessness or negligence of others, it is all the more devastating. The law provides a wrongful death action as a legal remedy, but holding the responsible person or entity liable requires experienced legal representation.
Albano Law, LLC, represents grieving families in Massachusetts in wrongful death lawsuits. As a proven trial attorney with a background in insurance defense, Mark J. Albano is uniquely qualified to pursue justice.
If you believe your family member’s death was preventable, call 413-353-3358 to arrange a free wrongful death consultation.
What Led To The Fatal Accident?
Mr. Albano has obtained verdicts and settlements in a wide range of catastrophic injury and wrongful death cases. He can explore your possible legal claims for a death resulting from:
- A motor vehicle collision involving a car, truck or bus
- A pedestrian or bicycle accident
- A construction accident or other workplace accident
- A fire or explosion
- Other dangerous situation or intentional act
This firm has the knowledge and resources to conduct a thorough investigation, including accident reconstructions and other use of experts, to establish a causal connection between the negligence and the fatal injuries.
How Is A Wrongful Death Compensated?
A wrongful death lawsuit does not try to put a value on a person’s life. Rather, it reflects the tangible impact on the surviving family. The economic damages in a wrongful death may include medical bills and funeral expenses, plus the projected income the deceased would have earned over their expected life span. The survivors can also seek compensation for loss of the person’s companionship, love, support and advice; loss of marital consortium; and the loss of the person’s household contributions.
Mark J. Albano works with the family to portray how the loss is felt in daily life and to quantify the financial hardships. As a former lawyer for insurance companies, he knows how to document the claim and anticipate the defense tactics to put clients in the strongest position for negotiations. If the wrongdoer and their insurer deny liability or refuse a reasonable settlement, he is an accomplished trial attorney who will not hesitate to take the case to a jury.
Committed To Maximizing Your Wrongful Death Case
Mr. Albano brings 40 years of experience and a tenacious approach to your case. He is available to help with insurance and legal matters along the way, and will keep you informed at every stage of your wrongful death case. Call 413-353-3358 or contact the firm online to arrange a free consultation. Located in Springfield, Albano Law takes cases throughout Massachusetts. You will work directly with Mark J. Albano, not an associate or paralegal.