When someone intentionally or unintentionally causes the death of a loved one, you have a right to hold the responsible party accountable. Although legal action cannot reverse the injustice that has occurred, it could bring you and your family financial relief and a measure of closure.
These cases require a sensitive, respectful and determined approach. The wrongful death attorneys at Bailey, Johnson & Peck, P.C. understand the gravity of the situation you face. We will stand by your side during this difficult time. If the loss of your loved one resulted from an automobile accident, an Albany car accident lawyer with our firm is here for you.
The potential outcomes of a wrongful death claim include:
Only eligible parties can initiate a wrongful death claim within two years of the death. In New York, eligible parties may include the decedent’s spouse, children, parents or personal representative of the estate. If you believe you have a wrongful death claim, our attorneys can work closely with you to find evidence of causality and prove the extent of the loss you have suffered.
In addition to a wrongful death claim, our attorneys collaborate to assist our clients as needed with probate and estate administration following the death of their loved ones. With a breadth of experience in personal injury law, insurance law and estate law, we can help you address multiple challenges within your case.
If you have a wrongful death case in Albany, Schenectady, Troy or anywhere else in New York, call 518-456-0082 for a consultation. You may also complete our contact form, and we will respond promptly.
Our attorneys have extensive experience in personal injury law, including car accidents, slip-and-fall accidents, catastrophic injuries and wrongful death. If you have questions about insurance coverage and how to get the financial compensation you need, contact us today to see how we can help.
We have represented many clients on both sides of personal injury and insurance disputes. Let us use our depth of knowledge and experience to help you and your family get the medical care and financial compensation you need and deserve.