My sincere empathy on your loss. Yes, the estate may bring a lawsuit. Presumably, he was not married. The parents/legal guardians have the legal authority. Please contact local and qualified counsel for representation.
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Sorry for your loss. Please see a personal injury lawyer asap. If the driver was drinking at a bar prior to the accident, there may be additional claims as well. Good luck
My sympathies. Please contact a lawyer in your State that handles Wrongful Death cases. The lawyer will research any and all entities that a claim may be brought against, including the driver. . Remember most States have statutes of limitations which limit the time to bring a claim/suit. Best of luck.
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I am terribly sorry for the loss of your son. Yes, it does appear you have a case. You should find an experienced personal injury attorney and call for an immediate consultation.
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Sorry for your loss. If the driver has insurance you can sue him. Most importantly, hire a PI lawyer in your are right away. Best of luck.
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A wrongful death lawyer can sue the driver on behalf of the estate. Find one with a low contingency fee, less than 30%, so the estate gets the lion's share of the recovery, not the lawyer. Good luck.
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You have my condolences on the loss of your son. To answer your question, yes, suit can be brought against the driver. Assuming he was driving the vehicle with your son's permission, he is insured under the terms of your son's automobile liability insurance policy. If the driver has his own coverage, that too is exposed. Depending on where your son lived at the time of the incident, there may be additional underinsured motorist coverage through resident relative's in the household where your son resided at the time of his death. All of these issues need to be reviewed by a competent personal injury attorney. There is a potential wrongful death claim for the loss of your son and perhaps a personal injury claim for your son himself (through his estate), if he survived for any length of time following the collision. I suggest you contact an experienced personal injury attorney in your area and schedule a face-to-face meeting for a free consultation .
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