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A Compassionate Ally During A Difficult Time

Finding closure may seem impossible after your loved one has been involved in a fatal accident. At Fessler, Schneider & Grimme LLP, we understand that taking legal action against those responsible will not change the past. However, filing a lawsuit can prevent this type of accident from occurring to someone else in the future and help you move forward in the grieving process.

Our personal injury legal team has helped many northern Kentucky families find closure after a devastating accident. You can rely on us to provide compassionate counsel to you while we are fighting aggressively for your interests. During this difficult time, we will pursue all available options to obtain the maximum compensation allowed.

Helping You Receive Damages For Your Loss

In Kentucky, family members may file wrongful death claims to receive compensation for economic and noneconomic damages that may include:

  • Burial and funeral expenses
  • Payment for medical expenses associated with your loved one’s accident
  • Lost wages
  • Loss of companionship and consortium

In addition to these damages, you may receive punitive damages if your loved one was fatally injured in an assault or died as a result of gross negligence.

Decades Of Legal Experience To Advocate For You

Attorney David F. Fessler, our firm’s co-founder and senior partner, uses decades of legal experience to determine the best approach for your individual situation. He will advise you honestly so that you have realistic expectations about your case before you move forward with your legal matter.

Our personal injury legal team is qualified to represent clients filing wrongful death claims after motor vehicle accidents, medical errors, slip-and-fall accidents and other preventable accidents. We are ready to assist you after your loved one’s passing, helping you find justice during this trying time.

Connect With A Skilled Lawyer Today

Kentucky’s statute of limitations for wrongful death claims is only one year. If you think that you have a wrongful death claim, it is critical that you take action before this time expires.

Contact our legal team to learn about the legal process and your options. When you email or call 859-291-9075 to discuss your issue, we will respond quickly because we know your concerns cannot wait.

Arrange your free, no-obligation consultation today.