What Is 'Wrongful Death'?
A wrongful death is an action in which the spouse or relative has been killed due to the misfeasance or nonfeasance of another. Recent examples include the failed Michael Jackson case. This was a case brought by excellent plaintiff's lawyers at Panish, Shea and Boyle. Sometimes these cases fail before the jury. Other times, they are highly successful. These actions are traditionally large in scope, involve many complications, and are customarily joined with a plethora of other causes of action.
Jan 4, 2019Jury Seated in Wrongful Death Lawsuit of Michael Jackson - Was Voir Dire Easy?
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