Fighting for wrongful death victims in the Bronx
Nothing can erase the pain caused by the loss of a loved one, particularly when it could have been prevented. Wrongful death lawyers at Jacoby and Meyers, LLP NY can help you seek justice. We have assisted victims of wrongful death in the Bronx for over 40 years. We will help you to recover the financial compensation you need to move forward.
Wrongful death cases we handle
We handle wrongful death cases resulting from different circumstances, such as: motor vehicle accident, workplace accident, medical malpractice, unsafe premises, traumatic brain injury, defective products, nursing home abuse & neglect, defective drugs, construction accident and machinery accident.
Fighting for the victims left behind
We understand the suffering associated with losing a family member and the repercussions of that loss, such as inability to pay funeral costs, medical bills, the mortgage, car payment, utilities and more. Our lawyers are dedicated to recovering compensation for the monetary and emotional damages you have suffered. We will passionately and skillfully fight for your rights and the maximum compensatory damages you are entitled to, including:
- Funeral and burial expenses
- Medical expenses
- Emotional pain and suffering
- Loss of support
- Loss of expected wages
- Lost benefits
- Loss of inheritance
- Loss of companionship
- Punitive damages
No legal fees unless there is a successful settlement or verdict
Our firm is committed to providing affordable legal representation to those in need. Our clients pay no attorney fees until and unless we successfully settle your case or win a verdict in your favor.
Contact wrongful death lawyers at Jacoby and Meyers, LLP NY
If your loved one suffered a wrongful death as a result of negligence or wrongful actions of another, contact us today. To schedule a free consultation, call us at 718-294-0813 or email at email@example.com. To find out more, visit us at www.jmlawyer.com.
Our Bronx address is:
656 East Fordham Road
Bronx, NY 10458
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