"You gave me back a sense of hope and a vision of goodness, something I'd lost with the death of my husband."
Losing a loved one is always painful, no matter the circumstances. But the pain of loss can be magnified by injustice when someone is killed through the negligence or fault of another. Fortunately, the law protects the families of wrongful death victims by giving them the right to pursue a claim in court.
At Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge, we understand that no amount of compensation could replace your loved one. However, holding responsible parties accountable can ensure your financial stability in a difficult time, and perhaps offer some closure. Our firm has the experience to present your claim the right way: thoroughly and aggressively.
We handle all types of wrongful death cases, including those that involve:
Do not let your loss go unanswered by the law—schedule a free consultation with our wrongful death lawyers in Nashville to make your voice heard. Get started today by calling (615) 933-2893.
Wrongful death claims are the law’s way of acknowledging a loved one’s place in your life. While no amount of money could possibly define a person’s value, the courts do provide a way to recover the lost wages and contributions your loved one would have made. Whether the decedent was your parent, sibling, or spouse, the law holds at-fault parties responsible for any lost income in a wrongful death suit.
Wrongful death claims can include compensation for the following:
Beyond determining whether or not there are grounds to proceed with a wrongful death suit, claims should proceed in a timely fashion. According to Tennessee state law, wrongful death actions must be filed within one year of the accident in question. Failing to act within this time frame could strip survivors of their legal options by default.
It goes without saying that pursuing legal action probably isn't the first thing on your mind after losing a loved one in a tragic accident. However, Tennessee law only opens a very specific and strict window of time for action.
"The day I walked through your door I was touched by God's grace. You may not have realized you were being used, but you were. You gave me back a sense of hope and a vision of goodness, something I'd lost with the death of my husband. I am deeply grateful to have found you. I think often of the kindness you extended to me and my family."
-C.O., former client of Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge
The team at Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge includes experienced and competent investigators—combined with our knowledge of the law, we discover every at-fault party in your loved one’s wrongful death. Our award-winning practice includes some of the top lawyers in the nation, recognized for our record-breaking verdicts, millions of dollars secured for our clients, and compassionate approach. We are the seasoned trial attorneys you need in this tragic time.
Your grief deserves to be acknowledged by the ones responsible. Call our Nashville wrongful death lawyers today at (615) 933-2893.
Our team of seasoned attorneys includes certified civil trial and medical malpractice specialists who have tried hundreds of cases.
We have recovered millions in record-setting verdicts for our clients varying from medical malpractice to catastrophic auto accidents.
We put personal attention on all of our cases and fight for the best possible outcome. Our clients are more than a number or a case to us.
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