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Helping The Surviving Loved Ones Of Wrongful Death Victims

If you lost a loved one in an accident, then you are no doubt going through one of the most painful experiences imaginable. Not only are you coping with your grief, but you are also facing the daunting prospect of a wrongful death lawsuit.

When you need an attorney to assist you with a wrongful death case, Menees, Menees & Wynne is here to help. For more than 40 years, our personal injury law firm has steadfastly advocated for the surviving family members of accident victims throughout Missouri. Based in St. Louis, we can help you seek maximum compensation and hold the perpetrator accountable for their negligence.

Understanding The Damages In Wrongful Death

A lawsuit can never bring back the person you love, but it can cover your damages and hold the negligent party accountable for their actions. Examples of damages that you may recover in a wrongful death suit include:

  • Medical bills
  • Funeral expenses
  • Loss of companionship and consortium
  • Loss of future income
  • Pain and suffering
  • Punitive damages

Menees, Menees & Wynne always seeks the maximum compensation available for your case. We will not simply settle — we strive to recover as much for you as we possibly can.

Your Family Is Like Our Family

Wrongful death causes a ripple effect through an entire extended family. We understand this because we have helped numerous clients who have gone through similar circumstances. At our law firm, we want every client to feel like they are our family members. This means that we extend the same compassion, care and attention to detail that we would for our very own families.

Seek Justice. Schedule A Free Consultation.

We know that you may face a substantial financial burden due to your loved one’s death. We provide free initial consultations where you can speak with one of our attorneys at no charge. To schedule your free consultation, call 314-391-8747 or send us an email today.