Losing a loved one, no matter when or how it happens is difficult. However, when another person's negligence is allegedly to blame, it can make coping with the death even more challenging. Mississippi residents who believe that their loved ones were killed as a result of the negligent actions of others may be entitled to seek compensation for their losses by pursuing wrongful death claims in civil court.
Investigators for the Mississippi Highway Patrol are in the process of looking into the cause of a fatal accident that occurred in Madison County near the end of March. One woman is said to have died in the event. In an effort to recoup their losses, this individual's surviving family members may pursue a wrongful death claim in civil court, if doing so is deemed appropriate.
Hattiesburg Police along with the Mississippi Highway Patrol are in the process of investigating a car crash that left two people dead and an officer injured. This event reportedly occurred Saturday, Jan. 26. While the cause of the crash is still unknown, if negligence on behalf of the officer contributed to the wreck, the victims' families may pursue compensation for their losses by filing wrongful death claims in civil court.
Three people lost their lives and several others suffered injuries in a recent crash in Mississippi. This collision occurred in Pearl County on Nov. 22. The family members of the deceased may be entitled to pursue wrongful death claims in order to seek compensation for their losses, and the injured victims may also seek relief through legal means.