Losing a family member is always painful. But when his or her death is the result of someone’s negligence—or carelessness—it can feel even more devastating. You need help after losing your loved one’s companionship, support, and income, but you may not know where to turn.

Robert J DeBry – Wrongful Deaths Terry Wood Reporting

The Utah wrongful death attorneys at Robert J. DeBry & Associates will do everything we can to help your family move forward during this challenging time. We’ll treat your wrongful death claim with the confidentiality and respect it deserves. Please contact us at (801) 699-9999, or fill out a free initial consultation form.

How We Can Help You

There are many important steps to take after your loved one’s death, but it can be difficult to deal with these obligations while you’re grieving your loss. Our Salt Lake City wrongful death lawyers will be there to help you:

  • Collect evidence
    We can investigate the accident and collect evidence that may prove your loved one’s death was preventable or the result of someone’s negligence.
  • Calculate expenses
    Your loved one’s death means funeral and burial costs, lost income, and lost future wages. Our law firm can help determine the total cost of these expenses as we build your case against the negligent party.
  • Complete forms
    We can make sure your insurance claim is accurate and up to date, and we’ll make sure it’s submitted on time. It’s our job to protect your best interests.

You should focus on spending time with your family during this time—not dealing with financial and legal battles. At Robert J. DeBry, we can handle every aspect of your wrongful death claim while you move forward with your life.

We Care about Our Clients

Our attorneys have experience helping people who lost loved ones due to someone else’s carelessness, and we want to help you, too. We know it can be difficult to deal with legal issues while you’re grieving your loss, and that’s why we’re available to take your call 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Call us today, and let us help.