The Kansas Wrongful Death Act empowers the heirs of an individual who dies as the result of negligent conduct to claim damages for their losses from the party or parties responsible for that individual’s untimely death. These claims typically are made on behalf of surviving spouses, children and parents. The law limits recovery to only the immediate heirs as governed by Kansas law. Claims under the Kansas Wrongful Death Act are not only complex, but also very emotional. Jeff Carmichael, John Johnson and Cameron Michaud bring a special expertise to these delicate matters. Jeff, John and Cameron have a wealth of experience dealing with wrongful death cases which may run the gamut of motor vehicle accidents, trucking accidents, medical malpractice, defective products, airplane crashes, construction accidents and other negligent activity that might result in a person’s death. Assisting heirs through the intricacies of liability theories, damage and injury elements is a task that can be reliably placed in the trust of the attorneys of Morris Laing.
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