Orange County Wrongful Death Attorney

Orange County Wrongful Death Attorney and Medical Malpractice Lawyers

Orange County wrongful death attorneys provide legal services for clients who have suffered the loss of a loved one due to a wrongful death resulting from an accident, negligence or medical malpractice. The attorneys at Mains & Arechaederra, A Professional Law Corporation provide legal representation in cases of wrongful death and medical malpractice in Anaheim, Santa Ana and surrounding communities.

Nothing can bring back the painful loss of a loved one taken too soon due to reckless driving and careless behavior on the road. No amount of money can fulfill that loss; however, the responsible party can and will be held accountable. Whether the injury is the result of a medical malpractice, a motor vehicle accident, or the result of a defective product, we will make it our first priority to make sure the negligent party pays for their actions. We will protect your rights, making sure you receive full monetary compensation for your loss.

Drunk driving is the cause of elevated death rates in the United States. According to The Centers of Disease Control and Prevention, 30 people in the United States die every day from drunk driving, equaling to one person every 48 minutes. It is the number one reason people find themselves having to file wrongful death lawsuits against negligent parties. The tragedy you are facing may be hearting breaking, but we, at Mains & Arechaederra urge you to allow our firm to represent you in your time of grief.

Separating the emotional from the practical can be difficult for the surviving family members suffering this type of loss – that is where we step in. As your wrongful death attorneys, we take action by taking the burden off your shoulders, taking the responsible parties and their insurance companies to task. We protect your rights and your financial interests by seeking damages for the following: loss of future financial support, loss of companionship, comfort and affection, loss of consortium, loss of parental guidance and care, and funeral and burial expenses.

Call now to speak with an experienced Orange County wrongful death attorney. Do not make agreements or sign any documents with the insurance company before speaking with a skilled wrongful death attorney or medical malpractice lawyer. We will take every precaution to protect your rights, guaranteeing to get you and your family the greatest possible compensation for the loss of your loved one.

Our current director, who previously worked for a major insurance company as the Los Angeles managing trial attorney, gained experience regarding insurance companies’ strategies to attempt to minimize your settlement. With insider knowledge of insurance companies, and how they work from our own Managing Trial Attorney David Mains, we can counter every argument or any piece of evidence they present to attempt to minimize your settlement. If we do not win your case, you owe us nothing. To schedule your consultation, please contact us online at or call us at (714) 667-0767. Our expert attorneys are ready to fight hard for your family’s loss. Call today! Se habla español.

In Orange County and throughout California, reasons for bringing a wrongful death lawsuit may include:

  • Drunk driving (DUI) accidents
  • Medical or surgical mistakes
  • Failure to diagnose a serious or fatal disease
  • Defective product-related deaths
  • Food or chemical poisoning
  • Premises liability or negligent security
  • Serious motor vehicle or auto accidents
  • Mass transit accidents, including
    aviation, bus, cruise ship or train

We will not let the insurance companies add insult to injury

As the surviving family members, it can be hard to separate the emotional from the practical. That is our job. Instead, as your wrongful death attorneys, we take the burden off your shoulders and take the responsible parties and their insurance companies to task. We protect your rights and your financial interests by seeking damages for:

  • Loss of future financial support
  • Loss of companionship, comfort, and affection
  • Loss of consortium
  • Loss of parental guidance and care
  • Funeral and burial expenses