The loss of a loved one is always difficult.

When losing a loved one due to other’s negligence or accident, there is no amount of financial compensation that can replace our loved one. Wrongful or accidental death compensation is intended to predicate the loss of a loved one and alleviate some of the financial burden associated that loss.

In Ontario, wrongful death claims are dependent on proof that the death was due to negligence of another party. In addition, the wrongful death may have caused damages to the victim’s family as a result.

Individuals that can file a lawsuit in a wrongful or accidental death are:

  • Grandparents
  • Spouse or Common Law partners
  • Children or grandchildren
  • Parents
  • Siblings

Compensation that can be claimed by family members for loss, include:

  • Funeral Expenses
  • Loss of Financial Support
  • Hospital or Medical Bills
  • Loss of Caregiver or Childcare
  • Travel Expenses
  • Punitive Damages

The team at Lamont Law will help you assess your case with compassion and care. With over four decades of experience, we have successfully and sensitively assisted many clients in recovering damages.

Contact a Wrongful Death Lawyer at Lamont Law

If you or someone you love has been a victim of a wrongful or accidental death, our team at Lamont Law can help. The Wrongful Death Lawyers at Lamont Law will identify the party(s) that are liable, by conducting a thorough investigation. Our priority is to ensure that you are compensated for your loss. Contact us today and speak with a Wrongful Death Lawyer for a free consultation!

CONTACT US

Call us at 905.529.6668
or fill out this form.

    PLEASE NOTE: Contacting Lamont Law by e-mail does not mean that Lamont Law firm is your legal representative. No acceptance of your case is implied.
    You will not become a Lamont Law client unless and until there is an in-person meeting, and the firm agrees to act for you. Representation will only be confirmed in a written retainer agreement or retainer letter. No information provided in an email will be considered confidential. Sensitive or confidential information should not be forwarded without prior agreement.