In cases where a death is caused by negligence, carelessness, or other wrongdoing committed by a company or person, that incident is said to be a wrongful death.
In some cases, an investigator will be conducting a homicide investigation, crime scene investigation, accident investigation, products liability investigation, or personal injury investigation only to find that evidence points to wrongful death. At that point, the investigator can share his findings with the victim’s survivors so that they have all the information they need to pursue whatever legal action they decide is appropriate.
If you think you have a wrongful death claim and seek help from an investigator, the Liar Catchers Investigator may do several things. They may use crime scene forensics and witness testimony, accident reconstruction and corporate investigations to find out what really occurred at the time of death. In these cases, medical investigations, background investigations, and even surveillance may be necessary to show whether someone else may have contributed to a death.
If a payor’s income decreases then he can file a motion to request that the court decrease or terminate his alimony obligation. The payor spouse must demonstrate that the decrease in income and/or salary was bona fide, in good faith, and not reduced in order to avoid and limit alimony. If a spouse is unemployed or underemployed then the court may impute income to him. The court may also analyze a payor’s/husband’s unearned income and assets to assess the merits of an alimony modification motion.
Malpractice and medical investigations often focus on wrongful death caused by medical negligence and incorrect medical treatment. Workplace investigations and industrial accident investigations focus around wrongful deaths caused by company negligence or company mismanagement. Products liability investigations sometimes find wrongful deaths are caused by badly-designed and poorly tested consumer goods. Accident investigations and criminal investigations sometimes uncover that a criminal is responsible for a wrongful death as well as for a crime.
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