It is hard for us to imagine that an owner or staff member at a funeral home would take advantage of a family’s grief to defraud them or commit another kind of funeral home abuse. Yet, these abuses occur every day in Riverside and nearby communities. Abusers who take advantage of grieving families perpetrate many different kinds of abuse from overcharging for services to stealing jewelry and other items to switching caskets. When this occurs, it compounds the family’s grief, and they deserve aggressive legal representation to help them through this difficult time. We are Riverside funeral home abuse lawyers who take these matters very seriously, and we have earned a reputation for working hard for families to help them receive justice. If you believe that a loved one or your family has experienced abuse, fill out a contact form or call us today.
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Know These Common Types of Funeral Home Abuse to Prevent Becoming a Victim
Funeral home abuse is so common that the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has had to institute new rules and guidelines to protect families from abuse. The FTC cautions families planning funerals to make sure that they receive everything for which they have paid. In addition, they should make sure they are paying only for the items and services they need. They warn families to do the following:
If you have any reason to believe that there has been improper treatment of your loved one’s remains, unethical funeral homes or staff have defrauded your family or another type of abuse has occurred, call us Law Office of Samer Habbas today at 888-848-5084. We use our experience as funeral home abuse attorneys to help grieving families by aggressively pursuing damages against those responsible for the abuse. No amount of damages awarded in court or negotiated through a settlement can mend the grief that families feel, but this compensation can help defray burial costs and other expenses the family has incurred. If you have questions about funeral laws, your rights and those of the deceased or your legal options, please contact us today.