The First 30 Days After a Fatal Osage Beach Accident: What You Need to Know

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People ask how you are doing, and you have no response. You may feel stunned, scared, or sad. You may feel all of these things or none of these things at any given moment. You don’t have to explain how you are feeling after a fatal Osage Beach accident has taken the life of your loved one. The only things that you have to do are the things that you believe are right for you, and your family, during this very difficult time.

Some Things to Consider During the First Month After a Fatal Osage Beach Accident

Some, all, or none of these things may be right for you in the weeks following your loved one’s death. However, we present them here so that you can consider them and make an informed decision about whether any of them may give you comfort during this difficult time. You could, for example, consider:

  • Planning your loved one’s funeral or memorial service
  • Accepting support from your friends, neighbors, and relatives
  • Going back to work or taking a leave of absence
  • Talking to a professional therapist
  • Joining a support group
  • Talking to a Missouri wrongful death attorney

Only you know what is right for you on any given day or at any given hour in the month following a loved one’s unexpected and tragic death in an Osage Beach accident.

If You Have Questions, Call a Missouri Wrongful Death Lawyer to Learn More About Your Rights

You don’t need to have all the answers right now, but you may have questions. If you have questions about your legal rights or possible legal recovery, then we encourage you to contact a Missouri wrongful death attorney today at (573) 240-8866 to schedule an initial consultation. We will do our best to help you during this difficult time.

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