The burden of proof. When you've been injured through the negligence or wrongdoing of someone else, you may be entitled to compensation for damages, including medical expenses, property loss, lost income and pain and suffering.
Petsas Law, a criminal defense law firm serving San Mateo and the San Francisco Bay area, has 30 years of experience battling charges of criminal offense on behalf of our clients.
Holding parties accountable for the preventable death of your loved one
At the Law Office of K.J. Petsas, PC, our wrongful death lawyers serve San Mateo and the San Francisco Bay area. We fight against those whose willful act, wrongful act or negligence caused the premature death of your spouse, parent or child. The sudden loss is devastating and while obviously nothing can bring your loved one back to you, you can take action by engaging an experienced wrongful death attorney to advocate for your rights.
Over the course of 30 years, we have successfully challenged:
We have the resources and the knowledge necessary to make these parties pay damages for your loss:
Who can file a wrongful death lawsuit
In California, the following can bring a wrongful death lawsuit:
- Surviving spouses
- Surviving children
- Surviving parents
- Surviving and registered domestic partners
As San Mateo injury lawyers, the Law Office of K.J. Petsas, PC is committed to helping your family through this difficult ordeal and shielding you from financial burdens.
Know your rights
Serving clients in San Mateo and the San Francisco Bay area, the wrongful death lawyers at the Law Office of K.J. Petsas, PC offer the experience and attentive counsel you need to pursue justice against those liable for your injuries. We are conveniently located in South San Francisco and encourage you to give us a call at 650.624.8155 or contact us online to take advantage of our free initial consultation. We return all calls within 12 hours.
Don't let the heat of the moment fog your thinking and lead you down the wrong path to your family's future.
Mediation is an option available to a husband and wife who wish to obtain a divorce and it may not require either party to make any court appearances.