Wrongful Death Claims
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What is a wrongful death claim?
The definition of a wrongful death claim in Wyoming is when somebody is killed wrongfully by the negligence of somebody else failing to exercise ordinary care for the safety of the person that’s killed. That claim can be brought by a beneficiary, somebody related to the person that died, and they can claim the loss of the care, comfort, and society of the person that died.
That gets kind of complicated, but basically it’s family members, such as a spouse, such as children, that can claim the loss of the care, comfort and society of that person in their lives. There is also economic loss. Children typically have an economic loss. Maybe their parent was going to provide for their college education. Maybe their parent was going to provide for them as they grew up. All of that needs to be taken into account, and that is part of the definition of a wrongful death case in Wyoming.
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