Personal Injury Law

Wrongful Death

The wrongful death lawyers of Swartz Culleton Ferris can protect your family and make sure that you secure all the compensation your family is entitled to. We represent families in every borough in New York City.

The lawyers of Swartz Culleton Ferris review potential wrongful death suits throughout the United States.

Determining the amount of compensation that a family is entitled to receive following the wrongful death of a relative requires a law firm with the experience and resources to properly investigate the case.Failure to properly document every aspect of financial and emotional damages caused by the death could have a large impact on the size of the recovery made by the family.

The wrongful death attorneys of Swartz Culleton Ferris work with financial experts to determine the economic losses which will be suffered by the family. The economic losses may include loss of future income and financial support, or even placing a value on the loss of different household services the family member provided.

Financial compensation is also available for the loss love, affection, and companionship, which can not be replaced.

Investigation Of A Wrongful Death Claim

Swartz Culleton Ferris review and investigate potential claims throughout all five boroughs of New York City and surrounding counties. We work with the top experts and co-counsel attorneys in every state to make certain that your rights are protected.

If you have lost a family member as a result of the negligence of another person, request a free consultation and wrongful death lawsuit evaluation. While you and your family are grieving, insurance company adjusters and investigators are working hard to minimize the amount of money your family will receive. Therefore, it is important to seek a consultation with one of our lawyers as soon as possible.

All wrongful death cases are handled under a contingency fee agreement, which means that there are no out-of-pocket expenses for the family and there are no attorney fees unless a recovery is obtained.