Wrongful Death Attorneys Representing New York

Located in Rosedale, servicing New York City and the counties of Nassau, Suffolk, and Westchester.

Our wrongful death lawyers in New York understand how unspeakably difficult it can be to lose someone you love. The grieving process feels engulfing and endless, so much so that putting together a lawsuit can seem impossible. If you’ve lost a loved one due to misconduct or negligence, our team can build your case so that you don’t have to. Nothing can compare to having your family member back, but we can fight to make sure the people responsible are held accountable.

Call Alex Yadgarov & Associates at (718) 276-2800 to schedule your free consultation. Don’t worry about finding us – we’ll come to you. We serve New York City, and the counties of Nassau, Suffolk, and Westchester!

Years of Experience in Wrongful Death Claims

Since 2009, our team at Alex Yadgarov & Associates has worked tirelessly for the New York City and the whole of New York communities to help families cope financially with their loss. When families lose a loved one, they also lose income and costs related to the death.

We help families who’ve lost loved ones in cases involving:

If you believe you lost your loved one due to negligence or misconduct, our New York wrongful death lawyers will investigate your claim for you during this difficult time. A spouse, parents, and/or children of a wrongful death victim may qualify to recover damages.

Wrongful Death Damages

Wrongful death damages can include:

  • Loss of financial support for surviving family members
  • Loss of companionship to surviving family members
  • Funeral and burial expenses
  • Medical expenses prior to death

What is the New York Wrongful Death Statute?

Who Can File a Wrongful Death Claim? - Following a wrongful death, the following family members are eligible to file a lawsuit on the decedent's behalf: their spouse, their children, their parents or the personal representative of their estate.

Who Gets the Money in a Wrongful Death Lawsuit? - In general the surviving family members of the decedent will receive the damages awarded following the wrongful death. Assets will be distributed beginning with immediate family (parents, spouse, children, etc.).

Statute of Limitations - According to New York law a wrongful death lawsuit must be filed within 2 years of the individual's death. This cutoff date is known as the Statute of Limitations. Failure to file a lawsuit within this allotted time will most likely result in your lawsuit being dismissed by the courts.

To get started will your claim, call us for your free consultation in English, Georgian, Hebrew, Russian, or Spanish. We’ll help you navigate through your tragedy.

Schedule your free consultation now by calling (718) 276-2800 or contacting us online. Se habla español.

Proceeding through Cases with Compassion

One of the defining characteristics of our firm is our compassion toward our clients. We treat each client with the personal care they deserve because we understand how personal their situation is. When we work with families on wrongful death claims, our goal is to obtain the amount of financial compensation families are comfortable with to lighten their heavy burden.

What Are the Grounds for a Wrongful Death Lawsuit?

We work to show many elements in wrongful death cases, such as:

  • The negligent party had a legal obligation to the deceased
  • The obligation was violated
  • The violation led to the deceased’s death
  • There are expenses for which the deceased’s family can be compensated

While these elements can seem overwhelming, with our New York wrongful death attorneys on your side, you won’t need to worry about wading through the details alone.

Words From Our Clients

    The best law firm ever!!!!!

    “I would like to thank Alex Yadgarov lawyers for doing a great job with my case. Alex and his team took very good care of me, They made all easier throughout my case and they were always their for me. ...”

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