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What to Do When Your Family Member Has Been Killed in a Phoenix Motorcycle Crash

By Breyer Law Offices on April 2, 2015

Phoenix Wrongful DeathPlanning for the future after the sudden death of your loved one is extremely difficult to do. Unfortunately, if you’ve recently experienced the loss of your loved one after they were struck by a car while riding their motorcycle in Phoenix, then you must think about the future without them, because the future is now. If you are going through the grieving process and need help figuring out where to go next, here are some tips that may help you begin the process of moving forward.

  • Lean on your family and friends for support. The death of someone that you care about is never easy to handle. When you have friends and family around you, it is okay to tell them how you are feeling and to ask them to help you. Whether this means them cooking a meal or two each week so that you do not have to, or just being there so you have a shoulder to cry on, this support can make a world of difference in moving you and your family through the grieving process.
  • Get mental health and emotional health support from a professional. You may think that you don’t need a “shrink,” but a counselor can help you figure out your own best coping mechanisms and deal with your feelings of inner turmoil while you are going through the grieving process.
  • Talk to an attorney. Even if you decide not to file a lawsuit, speaking with a wrongful death attorney who has experience dealing with motorcycle collisions can give you an idea of your options and your rights.

A Phoenix wrongful death attorney can help you answer the following questions:

  • Do I need an attorney when my loved one has been killed in a motorcycle accident?
  • Can you help me get reimbursed for lost wages?
  • How do I pay all the medical bills for my loved one who was injured or killed in a motorcycle accident?
  • Am I entitled to pain and suffering for the death of my loved one?

Death is never an easy subject to talk about and never an easy thing to deal with. But if you’re willing to reach out and ask for help from the right people, it can become easier bit by bit. The Husband and Wife Law Team are here to answer all your questions. We offer a free consultation and we can help you decide if you have a case and if you want to pursue it.

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