Helping You Move Forward After A Wrongful Death

The death of a loved one caused by another's negligence is an injustice that no court can ever restore, and no amount of money can ever make right. If you have lost a loved one in an accident that was the result of a vehicle collision, industrial accident, drunk driver, a negligent doctor or any other act of negligence by another person or corporate entity, turn to our legal team at Hawn & Coughlin, LLP, in Bend, Oregon. We are a long-established personal injury and wrongful death litigation firm with a proud record of helping families recover their voice for justice in court.

Compassionate, Responsive And Ready To Listen

Following the tragic death of a close family member, the last thing you need is a law firm that won't be straight with you about your case. At our firm, we have built our reputation on integrity and honest, compassionate representation. Our clients tell us that the first thing they notice when they talk to us is that our staff and our lawyers listen — not just to the details of their case, but to the details of their lives. Losing a loved one isn't just a legal case; it's a human story that family members need to tell.

You Will Be Fully Informed And Stay In Control of Your Case

Throughout your wrongful death case, we keep you involved in the process. We communicate freely and quickly, and we hope and expect the same from you. There will be key points along the way that will require you to make critical decisions about your wrongful death case. We promise that you will be fully informed and will understand the long-range consequences of your decisions. You will work closely with your attorney every step of the way.

Pre-Eminent Legal Representation Without The Challenges Of Downtown Portland

From offices in Bend, our attorneys represent clients in personal injury and insurance law matters in communities throughout Oregon. Contact us online or call 541-241-6991 to arrange a free initial consultation with an experienced Bend wrongful death attorney today.