New York Wrongful Death Lawyer
There may be no worse experience a person will ever endure than the unexpected loss of a loved one. When your loss is due to the malpractice of a medical professional, or an accident caused by negligence, it only adds to the tragedy.
While the legal implications of your loved one’s death may be the last thing on your mind at the time of your loss, it is important that you speak with a lawyer who can help you understand your rights. New York City wrongful death attorney A. Paul Bogaty has represented countless clients in claims involving many different types of fatal injuries and illnesses. He has obtained a number of settlements and verdicts, including $3 million for the wrongful death of a young woman whose sickle cell disease was improperly treated.
There are specific limitations on the amount of time one has to file a wrongful death claim. Mr. Bogaty will advise you on your rights and legal options.
Seeking Justice for Surviving Family Members of Victims of Medical Negligence and Accidents
As part of a wrongful death claim, surviving family members may be entitled to seek compensation for medical and funeral expenses, loss of support, loss of companionship, loss of guidance and their loved one’s conscious pain and suffering.
Attorney Bogaty has represented families in wrongful death claims arising from physician or hospital errors and personal injury matters such as auto, motorcycle and truck and taxi accidents. His comprehensive understanding of the complex legal issues relating to wrongful death allows Mr. Bogaty to present a compelling case designed to secure the compensation you and your family deserve.
Speak with a Dedicated New York Medical Malpractice and Personal Injury Lawyer
Contact the Law Office of A. Paul Bogaty to schedule a free initial consultation regarding your family’s wrongful death claim. You can reach Mr. Bogaty by phone at 212-481-7797 or via e-mail.
All cases are handled on a contingency fee basis. There is no fee unless your case is successful.
Serving the NYC Metropolitan Area
Manhattan (New York County), Brooklyn (Kings County),
Queens (Queens County),
Bronx (Bronx County) and Staten Island (Richmond County)
plus Long Island
(Nassau County, Suffolk County) and Westchester County