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Baltimore Wrongful Death Attorney

If you have lost a loved on due to the actions or negligence of another, you deserve justice. Shultz Legal is a top wrongful death attorney in the Baltimore area. With years of experience in personal injury law, the team at Shultz Legal is here to fight, and win for you.

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17:58 12 Oct 23
Ashley ThompsonAshley Thompson
16:38 11 Oct 23
Everything was great the communication the service from letting me know everything that goes on with my case I was told great great great
Jaeron WadeJaeron Wade
22:54 02 Oct 23
Tevin WhittakerTevin Whittaker
18:13 02 Oct 23
Thank you to Mr. Jason and Ms. Krystie for y'all hard work. They got me paid on 2 cases within a year which is always good in my book. I'll reccomend anybody to this firm. I promise you Jason is a miracle worker. You will have your case closed with a happy ending guaranteed. 🙂
with a snapwith a snap
13:01 28 Sep 23
Absolutely the best. It's difficult enough to through something requiring legal service..but if you do the best. Care concern walk you through there for you and that is huge in your corner 5☆!!!
Gary WatsonGary Watson
20:41 09 Jul 23
Attorney Shultz and his entire team are great! They answered all of my Questions and concerns and are very knowledgeable. I have Used Shultz Legal numerous times and I refer them to my friends and relatives. They are great to work with and I give them a 5 star rating. Thank You So Much!07/09/23Again, I have needed your services for my workman comp case. Again, great professional service from Attorney Shultz and his amazing staff. I am quiet pleased with my out come. again, I give Shultz Legal a 5 star rating.
Nick HaynesNick Haynes
19:23 12 Jun 23
I called Schultz Legal regarding a worker's comp case. Jason was extremely helpful and guided me every step of the way. His assistant, Lindsey made sure that any concerns were addressed in a timely manner. Everyone was professional and I appreciate the hard work regarding my extenuating circumstances.Thank You!
Jameel HanksJameel Hanks
17:40 07 Jun 23
The experience with Shultz legal was ok I didn't no to much about their firm my case was transferred to him from partner Mallon. But far as what I experienced in the time dealing with them I say things moved a little slow but it worked out. Ok now I still believe for what it's worth I didn't get the fair share for my pain but I can deal with that because it has been so long in I have to keep working for my family it never was about a lawsuit in money but anyway I just want to thank Shultz and Mallon in all their assistants team members for playing their part in my life doing my difficult situations I am humbled.
Michael LyonMichael Lyon
14:36 17 Apr 23
They took care of everything from start to finish and I could focus on my recovery and getting back to work. They stayed in contact and updated on what the next step in the process. I would highly recommend Jason and his team.
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Let Shultz Fight For Your Loved Ones

Losing a loved one is a horrible experience, not only is there a tremendous emotional burden, but the inability to earn a living can lead to financial instability and an uncertain future.

When facing these challenges, it is crucial to seek the assistance of a wrongful death attorney in Baltimore.

– Jason Shultz

When Do I Have A Claim To Wrongful Death In Baltimore?

In Baltimore, a wrongful death claim can be pursued when a person’s death is caused by another’s negligence or intentional act. This typically involves situations where the deceased could have filed a personal injury lawsuit had they survived. Close family members, such as a spouse, parents, or children, are generally eligible to file the claim.

The claim seeks to compensate for the emotional and financial impact of the loss, including mental anguish, loss of companionship, and financial support. It’s important for those affected to consult a legal professional to understand their rights and the specifics of their case in the context of Maryland laws.

Here are some common situations that might lead to a wrongful death claim:

Medical Malpractice: Errors in diagnosis, treatment, surgery, or medication that lead to death.
Vehicle Accidents: Fatalities resulting from negligent driving in car, truck, motorcycle, or pedestrian accidents.
Workplace Accidents: Deaths occurring due to unsafe work environments or practices, particularly in high-risk industries.
Criminal Actions: Deaths resulting from criminal activities, including violent crimes.
Product Liability: Fatal injuries caused by defective or unsafe products.
Premises Liability: Deaths due to hazardous conditions on someone else’s property, such as slip and fall accidents.
Nursing Home Abuse or Neglect: Fatalities arising from improper care or abuse in elder care facilities.

What Is The Average Settlement From A Wrongful Death Case in Maryland?

Factors influencing settlement amounts include the circumstances of the death, the decedent’s age and earning capacity, the impact on surviving family members, and the degree of negligence involved. Settlements can range from modest amounts to several million dollars.

In Maryland, economic damages in wrongful death cases, which cover tangible losses like lost wages and medical expenses, are not capped. However, non-economic damages, which include pain and suffering, loss of companionship, and emotional distress, are subject to caps. As of 2023, the cap for non-economic damages in personal injury cases is $935,000, and for wrongful death cases with two or more survivors, the cap is $2,262,500. These caps are adjusted annually for inflation.

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What Is The Statute Of Limitations For A Wrongful Death Case In Maryland?

In Maryland, the statute of limitations for filing a wrongful death lawsuit is generally three years from the date of the deceased person’s death. However, for cases involving occupational diseases linked to exposure to toxic substances in the workplace, the statute of limitations extends to either ten years from the date of death or three years from the date when the cause of death was discovered, whichever is shorter.

Call Us Today For A Consultation From A Wrongful Death Attorney In Baltimore

Have you or a loved one been affected by a wrongful death situation? Navigating the complexities of such a case can be overwhelming and emotionally taxing. But you don’t have to face this challenge alone. Schultz Legal is here to offer expert guidance and support.

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