Wrongful death cases must be filed within specific time frames. Failure to do so may result in loosing the right to financial compensation. Although no amount of compensation can replace your loved one, bringing the parties responsible to justice can provide a sense of closure.
I am your personal advocate. As such, this office will develop customized strategies and solutions to facilitate maximum compensation for the loss of life.
The Law Office of Edwin Maria is a personal injury office, dedicated to fighting for New Yorkers. Armed with unparalleled courtroom skill and worth ethic, we have the potential to get you the results you deserve.
At the Law Office of Edwin Maria, we strive for excellence. The Maria Approach focuses on the science of law and exploits the scientific method behind the practice to produce actionable results.
Coping with the loss of a loved one can be simply devastating. When one’s death is caused by another party’s negligence or wrongdoing, the resulting pain and suffering only intensifies. In such cases, you may have the right to file a wrongful death lawsuit and claim financial compensation.
If your loved one, has been lost to you in such a circumstance call the Law Office of Edwin Maria now at 212-470-3461.
Disclaimer: Previous positive outcomes or methods of success are by no means guarantee of future outcomes.
Wrongful Death A Closer Look
A wrongful death is when the loss of life occurs in response to the negligence or misconduct of another party. The dependents or beneficiaries of the deceased, may be entitled to monetary compensation for damages.
Wrongful death may result from a series of different disciplines; commonly, Auto Accidents, Emergency Room Medical Malpractice, Anesthesia Malpractice and more.
The laws concerning compensation vary from state to state. One common uniform factor entails the right of a member of a family to file a wrongful death lawsuit. Some of the factors which guides a courts decision involve: The amount of money earned by the deceased, expenses accrued by the parties affected for medical and funeral costs, the degree of financial dependence that the affected no longer have access to, loss of companionship, and the deceased's savings.