Olivio Law Firm PLLC
813 Quarrier Street
Charleston, WV 25301
304 414-0222
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Areas of Practice
Wrongful Death & Serious Injury
If you've lost a family member or loved one due to the negligence of others, the surviving family has a right to recover for their loss. Unfortunately, while family members are grieving their loss, insurance companies often try to take advantage of this difficult time by approaching the family and offering unreasonably low settlement offers. In such a difficult time, you should not face the insurance companies alone. The attorneys at the Olivio Law Firm, PLLC have successfully handled dozens of wrongful death cases. We know what decisions you face and how to navigate those issues in way to take the burden off our clients and give you the necessary time to heal. Likewise, serious injury cases can often lead to a period of emotional recovery for family members in addition to the physical recovery of the injured. At these unfortunate times, you need attorneys who are compassionate, understanding and experienced. The attorneys at the Olivio Law Firm, PLLC in Charleston, West Virginia can help you through your times of need, take the burden off and handle every aspect of your claim.

Wrongful death or injury may be the result of negligent or intentional conduct on the part of the offending party. In a wrongful death or accident claim, it is important that the victim or, in the case of death, the heirs, receive proper compensation. However, there are sometimes other reasons for pursuing such a case. In many situations, the case itself will help prevent others from being injured or killed in the same manner in the future.

Damages in wrongful death cases may include:

  1. Medical bills, hospital bills, funeral bills and burial expenses;
  2. Compensation for the decedent's pain and suffering, during any period of consciousness between the time of injury and death;
  3. Losses suffered by the decedent's spouse, children, or next of kin, including:
    1. loss of earning capacity and financial support
    2. loss of services
    3. loss of society and companionship

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