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Category Archives: Wrongful Death

The loss of a loved one in a preventable accident is heartbreaking. It is a tragedy that no family should be forced to endure. A wrongful death lawsuit is a type of legal claim that allows a family to seek justice, accountability, and financial support to help them get through a difficult time.  In New …

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Nothing is more heartbreaking or emotionally gut-wrenching than losing a loved one in an avoidable accident. Although no amount of compensation can truly make things right, New York law allows families to pursue a civil wrongful death suit to hold defendants accountable for their recklessness or negligence. You and your family deserve justice and financial …

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When you are considering the possibility of a wrongful death lawsuit after losing a loved one due to another party’s negligence or intentional wrongdoing, it is critical to begin working with a New York wrongful death lawyer as soon as possible to ensure that the claim is filed in a timely manner. In terms of …

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Losing a loved one is tragic under any circumstances, but the loss of a family member because of someone else’s careless behavior can be truly devastating. Under these circumstances, it can feel impossible to even consider the possibility of filing a lawsuit against the at-fault party given the emotional toll of the death. Yet filing a …

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  Since February, General Motors (GM) has recalled nearly 3 million vehicles for faulty ignition switches — a problem that has reportedly led to at least 13 deaths. With news reports indicating that GM knew about the problem even before these deaths and failed to act, the car company is now facing pressure to right …

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General Motors engineers knew that the ignition switch in certain models of GM’s small cars had problems as early as 2001 but repeatedly decided not to do anything about it, according to recently released confidential documents. The recall by GM has been expanded to replace defective ignition switches in 2.6 million cars.  The defective ignition …

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