Wrongful Death


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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Party Cheerfully & Safely

November 11, 2019

Drunk driving crashes surge during the holiday season. Click here to expand.One too many toasts can prove deadly during the holidays if partygoers choose to drink and drive. The long Thanksgiving weekend has become the deadliest holiday of the year, propelled by an increase in alcohol sales and drunk driving. During the 2017 holiday season alone, 1,143 people […]

Gun Safety @ home & about

October 10, 2019

The Department of the Interior reported in 2017 that over 101 million Americans, or about 40 percent of the population over 16, participate in wildlife activities. This includes more than 11 million hunters across the nation. Unfortunately, the Centers for Disease Control still record approximately 500 unintentional firearms fatalities a year. But there is good news: That number has […]

Tips for new age of motorcycle riding

June 7, 2019

Motorcycling is undergoing a profound transformation in the United States. First off, it’s exploded. The number of motorcycles in use topped 12 million in 2018, 2 million more than in 2014, according to the Motorcycle Industry Council. Riders are older on average as retiring baby boomers and frustrated commuters heed the call of the open […]

Food borne illness, tainted lettuce, bad beef

April 9, 2019

In early 2018, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) reported an outbreak of E. coli found in romaine lettuce, which sickened nearly 200 people and killed five. Right before Thanksgiving, another outbreak caused the CDC to recall all romaine, fresh and bagged. In the fall, over 19 million pounds of ground beef were recalled in three separate salmonella outbreaks. Is […]

Surgical Centers & Danger

March 22, 2019

As the number of surgeries performed in these centers has risen into the millions, so have the risks of medical complications. A new joint investigation by USA TODAY and Kaiser Health News sheds light on centers plagued by poor oversight, unqualified or ill-equipped staff, and little to no accountability. The rising cost of health care in America […]

Baby Powder, Asbestos & Lawsuits

February 12, 2019

Pure and gentle enough for babies’ bottoms.A product mothers can trust.Made by a company that puts customers first. Company documents revealed that Johnson & Johnson knew about possible asbestos contamination in talc as far back as 1957. Generations of mothers know these are the advertising promises behind Johnson & Johnson’s Baby Powder, the talc product with […]

Toy Season, Safety First Guide!

December 8, 2018

U.S. consumers spent about $20 billion on toys in 2017 with projections for a seven percent increase in sales for 2018. In short, toys are big business. The downside: a market flooded with toys that, in some cases, are not tested for safety. Fortunately for American toy buyers (and kids), the definitive annual toy safety […]

Work Injury, 3rd Person’s Fault

April 10, 2018

What happens when you’re hurt at work, and it was a third person’s, outside of work, fault? It could be a Third-Party Liability Claim, in addition to a workers’ compensation claim. If a workplace injury is caused by a car wreck while on the job or by defective equipment, the third party or product manufacturer can be […]

Opioid Crisis: Prescriptions & Pills

March 12, 2018

In the last 20 years, deaths due to opioid use have drastically increased. In 2016 alone, according to a special report from Time magazine, nearly 64,000 Americans died from drug overdoses – “roughly as many as were lost in the entire Vietnam, Iraq and Afghanistan wars combined.” An average of 115 people die each day […]

Civil Justice Denied

December 11, 2017

Advocates for individual rights might someday call 2017 The Year of Reversal for the number of attacks on America’s civil justice system. Pick your poison, from the rollback of restrictions on forced arbitration to passage of legislation that will weaken protections against medical malpractice and nursing home abuse to a slew of  proposed “tort reform” […]