Michigan Wrongful Death Cases
A Michigan wrongful death lawsuit asserts that the victim was killed or died as a result of the negligence of an individual, city, business, or doctor/hospital. If this can be proven, the victim's relatives are entitled to money damages resulting from the death. These damages include loss of earnings, loss of services, loss of society and companionship, and other types of damages. The actual Michigan Wrongful Death Statute sets forth the specific types of damages available to the family members and the specific family members who can claim damages.
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