Arkansas Wrongful Death Lawyers in Jonesboro
Fighting for the justice your loved one deserves
Our Jonesboro wrongful death attorneys at Snellgrove, Langley, Culpepper, Williams & Mullally help family members fight for the justice your loved one deserved by holding those found to be negligent responsible for their wrongful acts. If your loved one dies due to the negligent act of another, you may have a wrongful death case.
We investigate the cause of the death and take appropriate action on your behalf. We want to bring you as many answers as possible to what happened. Our attorneys work tirelessly to recover financial compensation to cover all damages, including those for:
- Loss of life itself
- Loss of enjoyment of life
- Loss of love and affection
- Pre-death physical pain and suffering
- Reasonably necessary medical, hospital and other health care expenses
- Funeral costs
- Punitive damages—the amount the defendant should be punished for his or her action resulting in the victim’s death
Arkansas law on wrongful death
The Arkansas wrongful death statute of limitations allows two years from the time of death to file a wrongful death lawsuit in medical or professional malpractice cases and three years to file in products liability cases and nonprofessional cases (for example, one involving a drunk driver)
Types of Arkansas wrongful death cases
Wrongful death cases may result from:
Qualified lawyers who makes those responsible take accountability
Certain family members can sue for wrongful death including spouses and children of the deceased, siblings, parents, grandchildren and financial dependents. We work with clients to determine who is entitled to compensation and who is responsible for providing it.
We have the wrongful death lawyer in Jonesboro, Arkansas who can bring your family justice
If your family has suffered the tragedy of a wrongful death, call 870-275-4678 or contact Snellgrove, Langley, Culpepper, Williams & Mullally online to schedule a free initial consultation. We handle all personal injury and wrongful death cases on a contingent fee basis, meaning that we do not get paid unless a recovery is made.