Wrongful Death

Wrongful Death Lawyers In Oregon & Washington

Tom D’Amore and his entire staff treated me with compassion, concern and understanding…

J. Nelson, Washington

The legal term “wrongful death” means simply that a death occurred due to a negligent, careless, or intentional act of another.

Wrongful death is the most catastrophic of personal injury claims. A wrongful death can be the result of a motor vehicle collision, the result of negligence in a hospital or nursing home, on a construction site—it can happen virtually anywhere.

Making A Wrongful Death Claim In Oregon Or Washington

The victim’s family is often asked to sign a settlement with the wrongdoer’s insurance company – and sign it quickly. You could be signing away your legal rights and adequate compensation for your loss.

It is your legal right to ask an attorney to review the documents provided by the insurance company before you sign.

It can be very difficult to discuss seeking justice for a loved one’s wrongful death.  All of the attorneys and staff at D’Amore Law Group will treat you with the respect and care that you deserve.

Tom D’Amore and the compassionate, experienced attorneys at D’Amore Law Group are among the most well-regarded wrongful death lawyers in Oregon, Washington and California.

Recent wrongful death case results obtained by D’Amore Law Group 

  • $850,000  recovery for the family of a Salem, Oregon nursing home resident who died as a result of extreme negligence
  • $900,000 for the family of a Portland area teenager, killed in a head-on auto accident
  • $525,000 policy-limits settlement for the family of a Bend, Oregon man who was killed in a hit-and-run crash
  • $2 million dollar recovery against a negligent trucking company on behalf of a Tualatin, Oregon woman whose husband was killed when he was rear-ended by an 18-wheeler semi-truck operated by a truck driver under the influence of alcohol and illegal drugs
  • Confidential settlement for the widow of a Dallas, Oregon man who died after a hospital failed to diagnose his heart attack

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