Philadelphia Wrongful Death Attorneys
How Pennsylvania Law Defines Wrongful Death
No loss could be more devastating than the death of a close family member. The grief can be overwhelming, even as your time is filled with planning the funeral and burial services. You may have lost your best friend and closest companion, someone who stuck by your side through thick and thin. Their death, and your loss, should not go unanswered. Pennsylvania law provides family members with strong legal options after a loved one’s death, allowing survivors to pursue justice and financial compensation.
Pennsylvania state law allows certain family members the right to pursue legal action after their loved one’s death, when the fatal accident was caused by any of the following acts committed by a third party:
Who Can File a Wrongful Death Claim?
- A spouse;
- Parents; and A personal representative of the decedent’s estate (if no spouse, child or parent exists to secure the damages).
Intestate Succession & Wrongful Death Damages
Distributing Compensation After the Loss a Loved One
Get Answers After a Family Member’s Fatal Accident
Damages: Financial & Emotional Losses
Beyond the emotional difficulties and painful questioning, a family must deal with numerous economic losses and expenses, including:
Claims to Benefit Loved Ones & the Estate
Pain & Suffering Claims “Survive” Death
Pennsylvania’s Wrongful Death Statute Of Limitations
When You Can’t Settle for Less
Marciano & MacAvoy, P.C. has obtained numerous million dollar settlements in wrongful death lawsuits on behalf of fatal accident victims, including:
Philadelphia Wrongful Death Attorneys with Compassion & a Track Record of Success
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