Since 2000, the attorneys at Jones Ward PLC have represented people injured by the negligence of others in all manners of personal injury cases, including car wrecks, slip and fall, medical negligence, nursing home neglect and workplace discrimination.
Jones Ward PLC also handles wrongful death cases. When someone dies, the first thing people do is ask the family, is there anything we can do to help? From bringing food to the funeral home or the family’s house to sending flowers to being a shoulder to cry on, even the little things friends do help when a loved one has died. For the attorneys at Jones Ward, helping means something else: finding answers. And, if it appears that a death was caused by the negligence or indifference of others, pursues every avenue of potential recovery for our clients. Sometimes words aren’t enough, and that’s why the attorneys at Jones Ward PLC pride themselves on putting our hearts into our cases.
What Types of Cases Does Jones Ward PLC Handle?
Jones Ward PLC handles personal injury and wrongful death cases of all kinds, including:
- Automobile wreck and car crash cases
- Trucking wrecks and accidents
- Motorcycle wrecks and accidents
- Slip and fall, trip and fall and dangerous parking lot, store and building cases
- Medical negligence
- Nursing home neglect and negligence cases
- Dog bite cases
- Workplace injury
- Professional negligence
What Damages Are Available For Wrongful Death and Personal Injury Cases?
Each case is different. At Jones Ward PLC, your case will receive the individual attention that it deserves. In addition, every state has different damages available for wrongful death claims. For instance, in states like Kentucky, Indiana and New York, the estate can recover
- Lost wages or future earning potential
- Medical expenses
- Pain and suffering
- The loss of love and affection from a spouse, or from a parent who left behind minor children, or from the child of a parent who loses a child
- Punitive damages
How do I preserve my rights?
Wrongful death and personal injury cases have statutes of limitations that will forever bar claims. Each case is different, but in general the closer in time to something happening, the more an attorney can do to preserve evidence that will be necessary for trial. If you have been injured or your family has lost a loved one due to the negligence of others, contact any of the attorneys at Jones Ward PLC for a free consultation by calling 1-888-595-2922 or email us using our form.