Do You Need a Wrongful Death Attorney?
At Frekhtman & Associates, we know how devastating it can be when families lost someone because of another person’s negligence or recklessness. This is why we are dedicated to helping family members seek justice as well as recover compensation. By going through this process, families can begin to heal from the traffic loss. We know your legal rights and the options available to you in New York after you have suffered the wrongful death of a loved one.
Sadly, accidents do happen each day in New York. Sometimes these accidents cut short the lives of innocent people. If the death was caused by negligence or recklessness on the part of another person or entity, you could seek compensation by filing a wrongful death claim. Wrongful death lawsuits can apply to many kinds of accidents involving car accidents, medical malpractice, construction accidents, and more.
To file a wrongful death claim, you will need to be a statutory beneficiary of the person who passed away. This means immediate family such as spouses and children and parents. A lawyer will act on your behalf. We can help you with the entire legal process. We have the experience to fight for you.
We realize that this is one of the most difficult times in your life. We will treat you and your family with respect and the attention that you and your claim deserve.
If you have questions about a wrongful death claim in New York and wish to speak to a lawyer, contact Frekhtman & Associates at (212) 222-1111.
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