Causes of Death

Mourn assists families who have lost loved ones in a variety of tragic circumstances. Browse our resources below to learn more about what your rights to compensation may be.

How Mourn Can Help Your Family

According to the CDC, the most common cause of death for Americans 44 and younger is unintentional injury. Between the ages of 44 and 65, Americans are most likely to die from cancer. Heart disease claims the most American lives over the age of 65.

Every death, regardless of how it is caused, leaves ripples of heartbreak behind. Mourn understands this which is why we have created a comprehensive network to seamlessly guide survivors through each step of the grieving process.

From making funeral arrangements and filing a life insurance claim, to pursuing justice for your loved one if their death was caused by the negligent actions of another, lean on Mourn for guidance and help.

Emotional support

Your key to coping.

We can connect you with insurance, legal, and counseling resources.

What is a Wrongful Death?

Not all deaths are unfortunate acts of nature. Sometimes the reckless or careless actions of another individual, company, or organization may result in a fatal injury or illness.

A speeding driver may crash into another vehicle, killing them upon impact. A property owner may fail to install working smoke detectors and fire alarms, causing residents to remain in a burning building until it is too late. Or a pharmaceutical company may sell a drug that causes patients to develop cancer.

In each of the scenarios above, loved ones may be able to pursue legal action against the responsible party. A successful lawsuit can result in compensation for past medical bills, funeral and memorial expenses, loss of future income, and more. Contact Mourn to see if you may be eligible to file a wrongful death lawsuit.

Financial Help

The death of a loved one can cause considerable financial hardships. In some cases, families may be entitled to compensation to help ease these burdens.


Contact our experts to learn more about eligibility requirements for workers’ compensation survival benefits, pursuing a wrongful death lawsuit, securing grants and loans, and more.

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