Tulsa Wrongful Death Lawyer
Wrongful death in the law is when someone dies due to the negligent actions of another or a company. The harmful act is not typically criminal or done with purpose to harm. But, when someone, or a corporation, acts without reasonable care or the acts fall below a standard of care that is accepted by the profession, “rules of the road” or what a reasonable person would do under simialr circumstances and a death is the result, it’s a wrongful death. Tim Gilpin is a wrongful death lawyer with over 30 years of experience.
A patient’s death due to medical malpractice, auto accident death, pharmacy misfills or mistakes on medication, train wreck, auto/pedestrian accident, misuse and failure to safely lock away a firearm and police abuse of force are some examples of cases that Gilpin Law Office has successfully handled for clients over 30 years of experience.
Tim Gilpin has represented family members, spouces and parents of decedents who untimely death was the result of negligence and gross negligence. The maximum possible recovery is the target of a wrongful death case. Gilpin Law Office has recovered millions for its clients who have suffered the almost unbearable tragedy of losing a loved one due to the negligence of another.
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A recent study linked cell-phone radiation to cancer. It was intended to serve the public good. But instead it caused confusion, fear and little useful information. Researchers from the National Toxicology Program subjected one group of rats to high doses of radiation of a frequency similar to that emitted by cell phones. They compared the […]