Wrongful Death Attorney
Accidental Death or Wrongful death as its also known as is a death caused by an individual, group, company, organization or other entity as the result of an negligence, misconduct or reckless disregard for the safety of of others. Wrongful deaths can be intentional or unintentional and can occur in an instant or can be a long and agonizing event. Wrongful death lawsuits are brought by the relatives of the deceased. In order to obtain an award against another for a wrongful death, it must be proven that the wrongdoer failed to exercise the level of care required as determined by law and that the victim’s death was caused by the wrongdoer’s carelessness. The Misrok Law Firm, LLP can help you file a lawsuit to recover money damages from whoever is responsible for causing the wrongful death of another.
Steps to Prove Your Long Island, NY Wrongful Death Case
In order to establish a wrongful death case liability, or fault, must be established. This is done by following the chain of events leading up to the death and determining out what actually caused the mishap and/or death and who is at fault for allowing it to occur. This is just the beginning.
Get The Satisfaction You Deserve
In New York there are a variety of rules and deadlines which must be followed properly and timely in order to be able to maximize a recovery in the courts. An example is a statute of limitations, which is a limited time in which one can start an action in court. The amount of time can vary greatly and is determined by the type of event that caused the wrongful death. This is only one of the pitfalls that may prevent someone who has been harmed from bringing an action to court and interfere with their ability to be fairly compensated for the loss of a loved one. New York=s laws are complex and ever changing. It is at these times, when you are most vulnerable that the lawyers at The Misrok Law Firm, LLP, should be contacted so that it can be determined whether you have a viable claim and ensure that you do not lose your rights to compensation.
If you have questions about wrongful or accidental death lawsuits
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