Wrongful Death Information & Articles
Most states have been under some form of shelter-in-place order for the last couple of months to help reduce the spread of COVID-19. However, what about vulnerable nursing home residents who relied on their long-term care facilities for virus management… Read More
When a loved one passes, it can take an emotional toll on the surviving family members and cause serious financial hardship. In some situations, another person or entity may be held legally liable for the death and financially responsible for damages… Read More
If you lost a loved one due to a personal injury caused by another party's negligence, you may be able to file a wrongful death lawsuit.
The South Bend wrongful death attorneys of Pfeifer, Morgan & Stesiak are here to evaluate your situation to determine… Read More
Indiana has seen a 33 percent increase in car accident deaths since 2014, according to preliminary data from the National Safety Council (NSC).
The state-wide trend in rising traffic fatalities is concerning to Pfeifer, Morgan & Stesiak's South Bend… Read More
According to a new report by the National Safety Council (NSC), the number of U.S. accidental deaths has risen to a record high, with drug overdoses and falls as leading causes.
In 2014, there were 136,053 preventable injuries or accidents, which represents… Read More
The loss of a loved one is always a traumatic event, and it can be much more so when the death is sudden, and caused by the negligence or wrongful action of another.
In addition to the emotion and stress which accompanies such tragedy, wrongful deaths… Read More
Losing a loved one is a truly tragic experience, but it can be far worse knowing that you didn't have to lose them at all. Wrongful death in Indiana is defined as as a wrongful act (including an act of omission or negligence) which resulted in death.
It… Read More
Death of a loved one brings many emotions. In cases of wrongful death, those emotions can be channeled into a civil suit against the party responsible for the death. However, not all deaths are considered wrongful. For families trying to get through the… Read More