Losing A Loved One Is Horrible. Take Some Worries Off Your Plate.
After an unexpected death, it can take some time to return to a normal life. This process is made more difficult when the deceased was the primary wage earner or caregiver. How can you ever replace what has been lost?
The Law Offices of Eric H. Green and Associates helps families of wrongful death victims obtain compensation and justice for their loss. The firm’s attorneys are experienced and knowledgeable in these cases and work with determination to succeed on behalf of bereaved families.
Contact the firm to arrange for a free consultation. An attorney can discuss your case and what the Law Offices of Eric H. Green and Associates can do to obtain compensation for you and justice for your loved one.
In addition to the spouse, children and parents of a victim, other relatives may be able to file a wrongful death lawsuit in New York state.
Compensation and Justice for Fatal Accident Victims
The family members of wrongful death victims are entitled to claim compensation for any economic losses (including lost future support and medical costs) and for the victim’s pain and suffering prior to death.
While money alone can never replace what has been lost, it is the only means available for obtaining justice for the departed. Knowing the importance you place on achieving a successful outcome, the Law Offices of Eric H. Green and Associates will thoroughly prepare your case, with the goal of obtaining maximum compensation for you.
Experienced Personal Injury Attorneys
The Law Offices of Eric H. Green and Associates has been representing victims of negligence for over 40 years. The firm has a long record of success in cases involving wrongful death, motor vehicle accidents, construction accidents and injuries, and other negligent acts. It has the experience, knowledge and resources to successfully pursue the most challenging cases.
In your case, the Law Offices of Eric H. Green and Associates will work with determination and skill to obtain compensation for you and justice for your loved one.