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Wrongful Death

Nothing is more devastating than the loss of a loved one.  And as with all our practice areas, Dan'L Bridges and Shellie McGaughey have substantial experience representing both sides: the person or entity accused of having wrongly caused the death of someone and the families of those who had a loved one wrongly killed.

In Washington, these claims are defined by the wrongful death statute.  It is not enough to prove someone wrongly killed someone – or did not.  You must know the law as it is the key factor in the outcome of these claims.  We have a deep knowledge of the law and are capable of representing both defendants and plaintiffs in these complex claims.  If you are unfortunate and have a need to bring such a claim, you need an attorney but we urge caution.  These cases are complex to litigate and often expensive.  We suggest you ensure the attorney you retain has experience in this area of the law.  

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Because of our extensive experience trying cases, we understand what makes a compelling presentation. It enables us to work with our clients in every interaction, starting from the first client meeting to the eve of trial, to form a strategy for success in trial. Every member of the firm takes the same practical, cost-conscious approach to handling negligence and other liability disputes. When cases do go to trial, our attorneys are well known for their preparation, tenacity and imagination. MCBD’s attorneys pride themselves on the ability to handle complex matters cost-effectively by appropriately utilizing the firm’s extensive resources, including paralegals, trained support staff, sophisticated computer resources and state-of-the-art communications equipment. While our firm’s attorneys have diverse backgrounds and interests, we share a common strength in our proven litigation capability, comprehensive legal analysis and strong interest in litigation. MCBD attorneys are committed to providing first-rate and efficient legal services to our clients at competitive rates.

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