The sudden death of a family member is tragic and difficult to deal with, especially when the accident or situation that caused that death could have and should have been prevented. Whenever a loved one passes due to the negligence of another, that third-party person should be held responsible.
At Prosmushkin & Tsirkin Trial Lawyers, we know that overwhelming feeling you are experiencing right now and there are no words that can describe it. You may be lost, confused, angered, and upset. It is understandable.
If you have lost a loved one due to negligence of another, you need an aggressive team that will not only handle the entire claims and legal process for you but allow you and your family to heal without interruption.
Our team is here to help you move through this process and receive the compensation you are entitled to. If you would like to learn more about how we can help you in your wrongful death case, call our office today at 732-795-6004.
Professional & Seasoned Wrongful Death Attorneys NJ
Navigating the legal system is no easy task, especially when you just suffered the loss of a loved one. Wrongful death cases are complicated, and you may not understand the applicable laws.
We are your local professional and seasoned wrongful death attorneys in NJ. We will fight for your rights when you have lost a loved one. Our experts will walk you through the entire case and keep you updated along the way.
We understand wrongful death laws and can prove negligence on the behalf of the responsible party. When your case is in our hands, you will have the peace of mind you need. We have a proven track record of success in recovering compensation for the families of those who were taken too soon.
Basic Elements of Any Wrongful Death Case
Before you can receive compensation for a wrongful death, you first must prove that it occurred. There are multiple elements that you must substantiate for your claim to be valid.
These elements are:
- That the deceased’s death was a result of negligence
- That the defendant acted in a reckless or negligent manner
- There are survivors of the deceased
- Those survivors have suffered financial issues due to the loss of the loved one
There are many actions that can result in the wrongful death of an individual.
Some of those actions include:
- Negligence in the workplace
- Faulty products
- Criminal behavior or activities
- Car or truck accidents
- Medical malpractice
Your Time is Limited – Call Today
You only have two years from the date of the wrongful death to file a claim. Now is the time to call Prosmushkin & Tsirkin Trial Lawyers to receive a free consultation. There are some circumstances where the time limit may be extended, and we can discuss those situations with you.
If you would like to schedule your free case evaluation, call us today at 732-795-6004.