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Wrongful death claim filed against Young Jeezy

The fact that one individual causes another to lose his or her life is not always considered a criminal act. Sometimes, the death is the result of an accident. Other times, it is the result of a negligent or reckless act that ended in the wrongful death of a California resident.

Welfare check ends in wrongful death claim

There are generally two sides to every story. The simple question though is which side contains the actual facts. One such case involves a wrongful death lawsuit that has recently been filed. Often, the facts regarding exactly what happened must be determined within the California court system.

Negligence can result in wrongful death

The day starts out like almost any other ordinary day in California. One enjoys a cup of coffee, gets ready for the day and begins with the day's activities. Yet, this is not an ordinary day. This is the day when one unsuspecting family gains first-hand knowledge about wrongful death and the grief it can cause.

Wrongful death suit settled for $600,000

Generally, when a California resident is not feeling well or notices an abnormality on the body, he or she will seek medical attention. Sometimes the individual will visit a doctor's office; other times the individual will deem the situation more serious and will visit an emergency room. Regardless of where the individual chooses to seek treatment, he or she is depending upon the medical staff to provide the appropriate treatment. When this does not happen and the individual dies as a result of the lack of treatment, there is a possibility that there may be a case for wrongful death.

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