Helping Families Recover Following The Wrongful Death Of A Construction Worker
Wrongful death legal cases involve complexities, urgencies and questions that often surpass even those of catastrophic injury cases. What is the full value of the case? What is the total lost future earnings? How can the full loss of a loved one and breadwinner be quantified? And how can the case’s value be persuasively presented to insurance negotiators or a jury? At the same time, grieving families need support and understanding help.
If you have lost a loved one in a construction site accident, contact the Queens law firm of Futterman, Sirotkin & Seinfeld, LLP. Our firm:
- Has practiced personal injury and wrongful death law for 60 years
- Has resolved thousands of personal injury and wrongful death claims
- Has resolved dozens of cases for $1 million or more, and has resolved cases for as much as $4 million
The Kind Of Strategy We Use
We combine aggressive and knowledgeable wrongful death legal help with the caring support families need. One recent quote illustrates our commitment to both service and results: “I want to thank everyone for all the hard work everyone put into helping me win my case…you have truly been like part of my family. You were very supportive to me mentally and emotionally.”
We have handled construction worker wrongful death cases involving scaffolding, falls, cranes and numerous other construction site hazards. By working closely with professional investigators and medical experts, we have won sizeable awards for numerous families. For more information, contact one of our offices to schedule a no-charge consultation.
Discuss Your Wrongful Death Case With A Lawyer In A Free Consultation
We understand this is a difficult time for you. We want to help make the legal process easier by discussing your options in a free consultation at one of our three convenient law offices — Kew Gardens, Manhattan and Woodbury. To contact a Queens attorney about your construction wrongful death case, call 866-679-2513 or 718-577-2573.