The death of a loved presents one of the greatest challenges anyone may ever experience, especially when the death is the result of motor vehicle accident, or while on someone’s premises, or by a product that was defective. This is especially true when the incident could have been prevented. The last thing that grieving family members want to do after the loss of a loved one is fight with an insurance company or investigate the incidents that may have caused the death. For over twenty-five years, Jordan Guydon’s attorneys have established the reputation that demands that the party responsible for the loss of your loved one pay you all that you are entitled to, even if it requires that we obtain your fair compensation in a trial.
As trial attorneys, we prepare each case with view towards presenting your cause in court. If we are able to settle the case for fair compensation for your injuries then we will confer with you to do so. Yet, our experience has shown that a case prepared for trial may maximize your recovery.
It is vitally important to preserve evidence in a wrongful death case. Such evidence may include names and addresses of witnesses, the automobile, photographs of the premises or of you injury, or your medical records. Retention of this evidence for counsel is an important step in protecting the rights of those whose life has been cut short and for those who survive.