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Wrongful Death Cases in Arkansas: Loss of Life Damages

Published on May 24, 2011 at 2:56 pm in Wrongful Death.

In an Arkansas wrongful death case, the law allows for the estate of a deceased person to recover for “loss of life damages.” Loss of life damages compensate for the loss of the value that the deceased person would have placed on his or her own life. Simply stated, if your loved one has died due to the negligence of another person or entity, then the family members comprising the estate of your loved one can recover money damages from the negligent person or entity for the amount of value your loved one placed on his or her own life. Since the law of Arkansas was amended to add loss of life damages, McMath Woods has successfully obtained several verdicts in excess of one million dollars for the family members of people who died due to the negligence of others. Carter Stein

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