I am so sorry that you have lost your mother. Peace and best wishes to you and your family.As to your specific question, do you want the lawyer to help your father in a claim against the at-fault party or to help him with the financial/legal stuff of becoming a widower? I suspect it is the former, but often, you would want a different lawyer for each type of requirement.Assuming you don't have any friends or co-workers who might be able to make a recommendation, you could try a local law school or legal aid society, either of which may have a referral service or check your State's bar association or lawyer regulatory body.Here's a link to Nolo that has a discussion on finding a good lawyer:http://www.nolo.com/legal-encyclopedia/find-lawyer-how-to-fi...Wessex
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