Serving Families in Buffalo, New York
Losing a loved one is one of the most emotionally traumatic events that can happen to us in life. When death is caused by the recklessness of another individual, a company or some other entity, the grief and anger can be overwhelming. In order for justice to be served and to hold the wrongdoer accountable for your loss, it often becomes necessary to file a wrongful death lawsuit
Wrongful death cases in the Buffalo, New York area can be caused by many events and occurrences, including:
Whatever the cause is, the wrongful death attorneys of John Feroleto Attorneys at Law can help determine if you have a solid wrongful death case and what damages you may be able to recover. All you need to do is call us to schedule a free consultation at our Buffalo office today. We will provide you with all the support, resources, and personal attention your case needs so we can make justice a reality and give you the closure your family deserves.
When we can prove in court that negligence directly contributed to the death of your loved one, you are entitled to sue for reimbursement related to:
- Funeral and burial expenses
- Medical bills
- Lost wages
- Pain and suffering
Wrongful Death: Legal Tips
When a family member dies, it is an overwhelmingly sad and emotionally draining time. It is difficult to focus on anything else except your grief and how you will be able to move on without your loved one. If you suspect the death was caused by the negligence or recklessness of another individual, company or entity, you are rightfully angry and upset, but you probably don’t know what critical actions you can take to help prove a wrongful death case in court. Here’s a short checklist to help you during this difficult process.
- There is a statute of limitations to all wrongful death cases in New York, so you will need to contact the personal injury attorneys of John Feroleto Attorneys at Law as soon as you are emotionally ready to do so. We can ensure your family’s rights are being protected and begin planning for the investigation that will be necessary.
- Help us collect any evidence you can be related to the wrongful death. Although it will be difficult, the sooner you can help us do this, the better. If you have access to medical records, coroner reports, or witness information, this will help us determine if there is enough evidence to pursue a wrongful death lawsuit and if so, where to begin our investigation.
- Find a grief counselor or join a support group that can help you through this difficult time. Wrongful death lawsuits can take a considerable amount of time to prepare and litigate. During this timeframe and beyond, it is very important to connect with others who have been through similar situations and understand the healing process. They can give you some much-needed support.
If you are dealing with the loss of a loved one in the Niagara, Buffalo, or New York state and want to know if a wrongful death suit should be pursued, contact our office today to schedule a free consultation with one of our wrongful death lawyers. We understand how much pain you are going through and will do everything in our power to ensure that justice will be served and help you find the closure you need. No recovery, no fee.
Although none of these damages can ease the pain of your loss, we strongly believe that you should be able to keep your home, your family, and meet your financial obligations. We will protect your rights and help make sure the guilty party will never hurt another family like yours.
To discuss the details of your case in person, please contact our wrongful death attorney today. We work on a contingency basis, so you won’t pay us legal fees to represent you unless your case is won or settled out of court.