At the South Jersey law firm of Graziano & Flynn, P.C., we understand that losing a loved one in an accident is a very difficult time for you and your family. You are now faced with the task of rebuilding your life while still grieving. Whether your loved one was the family breadwinner, a family caretaker or a beloved child, he or she played an important role in your life.
We care about the well-being of grieving families. Our Cherry Hill wrongful death attorneys have handled many tragic accident fatality cases in our combined 60 years of practicing law. We will do all we can to be responsive to your needs. If you need support from mental health professionals during this difficult time, we can help you locate one if you need assistance doing so.Pursuing Claims for Families that Have Been Forever Changed
A wrongful death is one that results from the reckless or negligent act of another. It could result from:
- Car accidents and all other types of auto accidents
- Acts of medical malpractice or medical negligence
- Use of a defective product
- Workplace accidents
- Construction site accidents
- And other serious accidents
Whatever the cause of your loved one’s death, the experienced fatal accident lawyers at Graziano & Flynn are there to provide the legal guidance you need to get you through it.Recovering the Financial Compensation You Need and Deserve
One aspect of a wrongful death case − although certainly not the only aspect − is an assessment of the financial impact of this loss on your family. While a financial settlement cannot address the grief you are suffering or turn back the clock, it can help with the medical bills, funeral expenses and the household assistance that your family member would have provided.
Our role as your legal advocate is to explain to a jury the seriousness of your loss and the many ways in which your life will change as a result.Wrongful Death in the Workplace
The families of workers who die on the job are eligible to receive Social Security benefits and possibly wrongful death compensation against the employer. If an employee is killed while on the job because of the negligence of his or her employer or a fellow employee, the employee’s family may make a claim against the company. The employer or fellow employee must be guilty of “gross negligence” (more than ordinary negligence).Contact a New Jersey Fatal Accident Attorney for a Free Consultation
For more information about how Graziano & Flynn, P.C., may be able to help you recover the compensation if you need to pursue a wrongful death claim in New Jersey, please call or contact us online.