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Wrongful death cases in Oklahoma demand strong legal action. If a loved one died in an accident because of someone else’s careless or reckless behavior, make sure you hold that person or company accountable. Make sure you contact us.

Your case is about more than money. It’s about justice. It’s about sending a message that negligent behavior won’t be tolerated in Oklahoma. That’s why we’re eager to work with you. We want to help make Oklahoma a safer place to live for everyone. With more than 40 years of experience handling complicated personal injury and wrongful death cases in Oklahoma, Lawter & Associates, PLLC, knows how to help families reeling from the loss of a loved one.

Why should I hire Oklahoma wrongful death law firm Lawter & Associates?

Your case might seem straightforward. Someone did something to cause the death of your husband, wife or child. The person or company that caused the accident might have even admitted wrongdoing.

But wrongful death cases can quickly become extremely complicated. Stories change. Evidence disappears. Memories fade. Don’t take chances with your future. You have too much at stake. Contact us today and discover what we can do for you.

Don’t wait to take legal action. Contact us right now. We can help.

Experience matters. That’s why families dealing with the wrongful death loss of a loved one in Oklahoma routinely rely on us to help them make things right. We know what evidence to look for, and we have the case results to prove it.

Don’t wait to take legal action. Contact us right now. Call (866) 584-1027 for our Oklahoma City office or (866) 584-1028 for our Tulsa office and schedule a free case evaluation. Best of all, you only pay fees if you win. That’s because we work on a contingency fee basis. It’s that simple.

Frequently asked questions about wrongful death accidents in Oklahoma:


What are common causes of wrongful death accidents?

Wrongful death cases can cover a wide range. Some of the most common accidents leading to wrongful death claims include:

Whatever type of wrongful death case you’re dealing with, contact us. We can make sure your case receives the attention it rightfully deserves.

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Who investigates wrongful death accidents in Oklahoma?

The local, state or federal agency responsible for investigating wrongful death cases in Oklahoma can vary widely. In most cases, local police departments and Oklahoma Highway Patrol investigate fatal motor vehicle accidents.

But no matter what type of fatality occurred because of someone else’s behavior, attorneys representing the person responsible for the fatal accident often become involved. Wrongful death attorneys can even help police in a prosecution.

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Should I talk to an insurance company if they call about my wrongful death case?

If the at-fault party’s insurance company contacts you, your smartest move is to say no comment. Do not answer their questions, no matter how polite they seem or how innocent their questions appear. Most insurance companies only care about one thing – paying injury victims as little as possible. They’re often able to deny a claim or reduce liability by getting victim’s family members to make statements about the victim. They might later take your words out of context or twist them to put your loved one in a bad light. You can refer the insurance company adjuster’s questions to your lawyer. Contact us if you have not retained one yet. We can be your voice.

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Should I accept a financial offer for my wrongful death case?

Before you accept any money from an insurance company or anyone else for the wrongful death of a loved one, we strongly advise you to contact an attorney. What might seem like a fair deal might not even come close to covering the true cost of your fatal accident.

Insurance companies often take a very narrow view of compensation for families of fatal accidents. We look at the big picture. If someone died, you have to consider more than just medical expenses and funeral expenses. You need compensation for the entire surviving family, not just one person, and also to consider lost income, lost future income and pain and suffering. Contact us and explore your legal options.

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Can I negotiate for more money for my wrongful death?

Yes. Insurance companies don’t want people to know that they can ask for more money than the initial offer for their wrongful death claim. Injury victims can – and should – consider negotiating for more money. That’s why you need an experienced attorney on your side who understands the system and has a strong track record of obtaining sizable verdicts and settlements.

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Can I file a wrongful death lawsuit in Oklahoma?

Yes. Sometimes, the best way to be fairly compensated for a fatal accident is to file a lawsuit. Knowing if this is the right route to take can be a challenge. Contact our Tulsa OK personal injury law firm. We can meet with you and discuss all the legal options available to you.

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Why should I hire Lawter & Associates to handle my wrongful death case?

Wrongful death cases are among the most complicated legal cases in Oklahoma. Even if someone clearly caused the death of a loved one, you may face an uphill battle with the insurance company for the at-fault party. Without question, wrongful death cases can be very confusing and become very contentious.

Dealing with the sudden death of a loved one can be overwhelming. You have enough things to worry about during this difficult time. The last thing on your mind should be whether you hired the right attorney.

At Lawter & Associates, PLLC, we have years of experience handling these cases. We know what evidence to look for, and we have the case results to prove it. Put your trust in us. Call (866) 584-1027 for our Oklahoma City office or (866) 584-1028 for our Tulsa office and schedule a free case evaluation.

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