Wrongful Death

Losing a loved one due to the negligence of an individual or a company can be one of the hardest things a person ever endures. In addition to the emotional pain of loss, you may now be left facing mounting financial burdens and the uncertainty of the legal system. Not knowing who to turn to for help or what to do next can leave the survivors of the deceased overwhelmed and confused.

Fortunately, you don't have to go through this alone. The attorneys at Kies Law are here to help you and your family through this difficult time. Our compassionate wrongful death lawyers are ready to answer your questions and advise you on the best way to move forward.

  • The surviving spouse

  • A surviving child of the decedent

  • The guardian or parent of the decedent

  • The personal representative of the decedent on behalf of the surviving spouse, child, or parent

  • The personal representative of the estate on the estate's behalf if none of these people survive the decedent

In general, this list of people who are allowed to file a lawsuit will move in order of precedence from a surviving spouse down to the personal representative. If a party with more precedence exists, he or she must file the lawsuit. For example, if the deceased person left behind both a spouse and a child, the spouse should file the lawsuit.

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At Kies Law, we focus on personal injury and we are here to listen to you and help you navigate the legal system.


Kies Law is committed to answering your questions about personal injury law issues in Alabama.

We offer a free consultation and we'll gladly discuss your case with you at your convenience. Contact us today to schedule an appointment.