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Long Island Wrongful Death Lawyer

The loss of a loved one can leave you and your family emotionally and financially devastated. When someone else caused your loved one’s death, you may have a wrongful death claim. Wrongful death claims are meant to help make up for the immense losses that you and your family have experienced due to losing your family member. If someone else’s misconduct led to your family member’s death, contact a Long Island wrongful death attorney at Sullivan Papain Block McGrath Coffinas & Cannavo, P.C. to discuss your potential claim and recovery options.

Wrongful Death Attorneys Can Help

  • We care about our clients, and we know that you are grieving. Our attorneys will aggressively fight to maximize your financial recovery while you and your family work on your emotional recovery. We will handle your case with the respect and care that your family deserves.
  • We know that financial struggles are common after losing a loved one, especially when he or she provided financial support to the family. We take our wrongful death cases on a contingency fee basis. This means that you will not pay any attorneys’ fees until you have received compensation for your claim.
  • Communicating with our clients is important to us. Our wrongful death team is available to address your concerns and answer any questions that you have throughout the legal process. We will make sure that you understand what is happening in your case and immediately update you with any new developments.
  • We will help you fight for justice and closure regardless of whether the death was caused by a car accident, surgical error, or bicycle accident.

Wrongful Death Claims

Proving wrongful death claims is similar to proving a regular personal injury claim with a few added complexities. Recoverable damages in wrongful death claims are a little more limited and complicated than personal injury recoveries. For example, surviving family members are not permitted to recover compensation for their pain and suffering. In certain circumstances, however, financial recovery for the deceased’s pain and suffering may be available.

Maximizing Your Financial Recovery

It is essential that you have an experienced legal advocate representing your best interests. Our wrongful death attorneys will fight for your maximum financial recovery and negotiate settlements that fully and fairly compensate you and your family. If settlement negotiations break down, we will be prepared to fight for your family’s financial recovery at trial.

Damages in wrongful death claims frequently include loss financial support, loss of future income, loss of benefits, funeral expenses, medical bills, and loss of the value of the decedent’s household services. Compensation for additional damages may be available as well.

Wrongful Death Claim Beneficiaries

New York law can be confusing when it comes to who may recover under wrongful death claims. In general, spouses, children, and parents may be eligible for compensation. The decedent’s estate may benefit in some cases as well, which may end up compensating the same parties either way. An experienced attorney will help you navigate wrongful death complexities and will also make sure that important deadlines, such as the statute of limitations, are met.

Contact Us Today

Contact a Long Island wrongful death attorney at Sullivan Papain Block McGrath Coffinas & Cannavo, P.C. to help you begin the financial recovery process. You deserve to be compensated for your losses, and the responsible party should be held accountable. A wrongful death claim will not bring back your loved one, but it may help you and your family move forward with some much needed financial security.

Contact our Long Island personal injury attorneys today for a free initial consultation.