Norman Wrongful Death Lawyers

Experiencing the loss of a loved one is devastating, and if their death was wrongfully caused by the negligent actions of another these feelings can be exacerbated. At Warhawk Legal, we empathize with your pain and grief after the loss of your loved one. Our compassionate, honest, and caring team of Norman personal injury lawyers can work with you to secure financial restitution after your loss.

When ready, we encourage you to contact the Warhawk Legal team. Book your free, no-obligation case review and consultation online or call us at (405) 397-1717.

Why Norman Families Choose Warhawk Legal For Their Wrongful Death Case

Most civil litigation is emotionally taxing and often complex. This can be especially true when navigating a wrongful death claim as you not only have to manage documents, evidence, and financial concerns, but you’re also grieving the loss of a cherished loved one.

The Warhawk Legal team is ready to help you with your wrongful death situation. Here’s how we can assist: 

  • Collect and Manage Evidence and Documentation: Our Norman accident attorneys can track all documents and evidence related to this wrongful death case. That can include medical information, bills, photos, physical evidence, and more.
  • Negotiate With Insurance Companies: We can act as a go-between for you and insurance companies. We know all the usual tactics that insurance companies try to use to devalue claims so that we can fight on your behalf.
  • Represent You In Court: If settlement negotiations fall through, we can represent your and your family’s interests. We never back down from a fight, especially for your compensation. Our commitment to getting clients what they deserve is reflected in the million and multi-million dollar verdicts we receive.

Our commitment to you and your case runs deep, so we offer a contingency fee payment structure. This payment structure allows us to only charge you for working on your case if it is successfully concluded.

How Long Do I Have To File A Wrongful Death Case In Oklahoma?

As dictated by 12 OK Stat § 1053 (2022), “When the death of one is caused by the wrongful act or omission of another, the personal representative of the former may maintain an action therefor against the latter, or his or her personal representative if he or she is also deceased, if the former might have maintained an action, had he or she lived, against the latter, or his or her representative, for an injury for the same act or omission. The action must be commenced within two (2) years.”

So that means individuals have two years to bring their case, similar to the standard statute of limitations.

Warhawk Legal Is Here For You

Contact us by calling (405) 397-1717 or by booking your free, no-obligation case review and consultation.