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Jan 30

Is there a statute of limitation for wrongful death claims?

Posted by: Personal Injury Attorney  

Is there a statute of limitation for wrongful death claims?Losing a loved one is one of the most devastating experiences you will ever go through. Losing someone in an accident or as the result of negligence is even worse in many cases, because their death could have been prevented. Do not let the statute of limitations run out on your wrongful death claim. Farhad Hamdam, Los Angeles wrongful death lawyer, can help you file a wrongful death lawsuit against the person or party that is responsible.


The California Code of Civil Procedure Section 335.1 contains the laws regarding the statute of limitations for wrongful death claims in California. According to these laws, you only have two years to file a wrongful death lawsuit against someone who caused the death of a loved one through their negligence. Two years is not a lot of time. Many family members of the victim fail to file in time because they are caught up in their grief or in settling the estate of the victim. Before they know it, too much time has passed and they have lost the opportunity to ask for their rightful restitution for the loss of their loved one.

Do not let this happen to you. Consult an experienced wrongful death attorney to learn about your options. Mr. Hamdam, Los Angeles PI attorney, can help. He can provide helpful advice about your various options as well as begin the court proceedings for you, should you decide to pursue the matter. Contact the Law Offices of Hamdam and Associates to schedule your appointment.