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Wrongful Death Lawyers in Greater Vancouver

At Bronson Jones & Company LLP, we have a wrongful death lawyer in Vancouver, Abbotsford, Burnaby, Chilliwack, Coquitlam, Langley, Maple Ridge, New Westminster and Surrey who deals specifically with these types of cases. Our firm has an extensive history in recovering compensation for family members of wrongful death victims. We have helped spouses, children, and even parents receive compensation to accommodate for the pain, suffering and financial losses caused by the wrongful death of a loved one. We can help you to understand your legal rights and fight for the compensation that your family deserves. Call us now at 1-855-852-5100 (24 hours).


After a loved one's wrongful death, obtaining a lawyer for legal action may not be your highest priority, but it is important to retain one. A death that results from another person’s carelessness, negligence, or recklessness may be considered to be a “wrongful death” that warrants financial compensation for the surviving family members.

Certain family members can claim compensation under the Family Compensation Act if a loved one is killed in a motor vehicle accident. The act limits this class of family members to:

The act limits this class of family members to:

  • The spouse of the deceased;

  • The children of the deceased;

  • The parents of the deceased; and

  • The grandparents of the deceased who have taken over the role of a deceased parent

The Family Compensation Act limits the compensatory damages to:

The Family Compensation Act limits the compensatory damages to:

  • Loss of love, guidance and affection (for children of the deceased only);

  • The loss of services that would otherwise have been rendered by the deceased to the remaining family members;

  • The loss of financial support to the remaining family members as a result of the death;

  • Limited out-of-pocket expenses incurred as a result of a death (funeral and related expenses);

  • Loss of inheritance; and

  • Tax gross-up and management fees on a future loss award

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