Results

"$12.8 million judgment for injuries resulting from a defective Black & Decker product."

"$5.19 million settlement for partial paralysis suffered in farming accident."

"$3 million settlement to family of child killed in truck accident."

Ed Abel Named 2011 Oklahoma City Personal Injury Litigator of the Year
"Ed Abel and the attorneys at his firm are wonderful people. We built a friendship with them that will last forever."
"Recently won the largest personal injury verdict in McCurtain County history - $5.2 million."
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"The last day we met with them, Ed's wife came to meet us. It was such a wonderful feeling to know that Ed would invite his wife to come meet noel. It proved that he truly cared."
--Olivia O.
"During a time of personal crisis, Abel Law Firm was a Godsend for our family. The Firm diligently prepared our case for trial. Ed is an honest man and a tough competitor."
--Mark B.
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Oklahoma Wrongful Death Attorney

A major accident can have long-lasting and tragic consequences for innocent victims. In the worst cases, they can even be fatal. When they are, surviving family members are met with overwhelming grief, shock, and anxiety about the future. Sadly, instead of being able to take time to grieve and take care of one another, they are often met with a long line of financial, practical, and legal challenges.

If you have lost a loved one to another party’s reckless actions, the attorneys of the Abel Law Firm understand the complex issues you are facing. We want to take on the fight for fair compensation from the party responsible so that you can focus on caring for yourself and your family. Call an Oklahoma wrongful death attorney today at 1-800-739-ABEL.

Wrongful Death Compensation

There is no way to truly compensate for the loss of a family member. However, a successful wrongful death claim can at least ease some of the complications your family is facing during this difficult time. Our Oklahoma wrongful death claim attorneys can help you pursue repayment for losses such as:

  • The deceased person’s financial contributions to the household
  • The deceased person’s companionship, guidance, and support
  • The deceased person’s benefits (pension, health insurance, etc)
  • Any medical expenses related to the deceased person’s injuries
  • Funeral and burial costs

You may have grounds for a wrongful death claim if you are a parent, spouse, or child of the deceased person. If he or she had no relatives of this kind, your ability to file a claim will depend on several factors. Our experienced legal staff can provide detailed information as well as efficient legal representation.

Contact Us

At the Abel Law Firm, we believe that negligent parties should take responsibility for the harm they cause. To discuss your grounds for pursuing compensation, contact our Oklahoma wrongful death lawyers at 1-800-739-ABEL.