Wrongful Death

Kansas City Wrongful Death Lawyers

Fighting for Your Rights After Your Family's Loss

Have you recently lost a loved one in an accident that was caused by someone else's negligence? You are most likely experiencing a great deal of grief. Pursuing justice on behalf of your family member can be healing and therapeutic. Not only that, but it is important to take action in order to protect your own financial future. This can be made possible through a wrongful death lawsuit.

You may be facing unforeseen costs, including medical bills and funeral expenses, potentially complicated by the loss of a source of income. Focus on healing with your loved ones during this time without having to worry about finances. The Kansas City wrongful death attorneys at Klenofsky Law Firm are here to provide the tough legal advocacy you need and deserve.

Why Work with Klenofsky Law Firm?

  • Our firm offers 24/7 emergency services
  • We have recovered millions in compensation
  • We won’t ask you to pay unless we win your case
  • We can start your case with a free consultation
  • We’re available on the weekend and at night

Call our office at (816) 865-5700 to arrange your complimentary case evaluation.


Who Can File a Wrongful Death Lawsuit in Missouri?

In Missouri, there are specific rules regarding who may file a wrongful death lawsuit. If the victim leaves behind a spouse, children, or grandchildren, they would have priority. The victim’s parents may also be entitled to bring a claim. If the victim has no surviving spouse, children, grandchildren, or parents, siblings of the deceased would be entitled to seek damages. If there are no surviving brothers or sisters, the personal representative of the victim’s estate would be able to file a claim.

When filing a wrongful death lawsuit, you may be able to seek damages for:

  • Costs associated with the victim’s funeral / burial
  • Medical bills related to the victim’s injuries or illness
  • Wages and benefits the victim likely would have earned
  • Pain and suffering experienced by the victim prior to death
  • Loss of companionship, comfort, guidance, support, etc.

How Long Do I Have to File a Wrongful Death Lawsuit?

In the state of Missouri, all wrongful death cases are subject to a time limit—known as the statute of limitations. This means that your lawsuit must be filed within three years of your loved one's death. If you fail to take action before this deadline expires, there is a good chance your case will be thrown out. For this reason, we encourage you to get started on this process as soon as possible. When you call the professionals at Klenofsky Law Firm, we can help you understand your options.

Call Klenofsky Law Firm for Your Free, No-Risk Consultation

At Klenofsky Law Firm, we have a track record of case successes and satisfied clients, with glowing testimonials from the families and individuals we have represented. Our firm offers 24-hour emergency services, so that you can always feel confident that you will be able to reach someone at Klenofsky Law Firm when you need us – any time, day or night.

When you contact us, we can come to your home for your free initial consultation. If we take your case, we will start investigating right away. We work on a contingency fee basis, meaning that there is no charge unless we are successful in winning your case. These are just a few reasons to choose our Kansas City personal injury attorneys at Klenofsky Law Firm.

Call our team today for a free initial consultation at (816) 865-5700!