Whether you have lost a loved one in a motor vehicle accident, a construction accident, or otherwise, Keith Zaid Law will provide the strength you need to move on while also pursuing justice for your family.
Losing a loved one can be an overwhelming and stressful, particularly when the death was accidental. As you cope with grief and navigate the mourning process, you can honor their death by standing up for their right to justice. File a wrongful death claim and we will help you and your family get back on your feet financially.
Fortunately, you do not have to go through this difficult time alone. Keith Zaid Law has been fighting for the rights of wrongful death victims in the South Jersey area since 1981, and has pursued numerous successful wrongful death claims. We will stand by your side every step of the way to help you get answers to your questions and recover the compensation you deserve.
It is common to experience feelings of anger and frustration over how such an avoidable tragedy could have occurred, and you likely have many questions that you need answered. We know that nothing we do can make up for the loss of your loved one, but we may be able to help you to obtain the compensation you need to avoid financial devastation and move forward with your life.
If you lost a family member or loved one due to negligence or misconduct of another, you should schedule a free consultation as soon as possible. Our skilled attorneys will explain your rights and help you understand your options following an unexpected and unjust death. We will investigate your case to identify the party or parties who may have been responsible for your loved ones death. With our support and compassion, you can seek justice for the deceased and pursue compensation for the financial and emotional losses you have suffered.
When the negligent actions of another result in the loss of a life, it is considered a wrongful death. Under New Jersey law, the surviving family members of the deceased may be entitled to recover compensation for their damages. Typically, only the spouse and children of the deceased may file a wrongful death claim. However, in situations where the deceased did not leave a spouse or children behind, the parents or siblings may be entitled to file a claim as well.
A wrongful death can occur due to just about any type of personal injury. Some of the most common causes include:
Our firm’s experienced personal injury lawyers have the knowledge, skills, and experience necessary to help you achieve a favorable outcome in your claim. When you reach out to our team, we begin by scheduling a free initial consultation to discuss your accident, injuries, and damages. From there, we can help you determine the next best legal step in your situation. With Keith Zaid’s 37+ years of experience, proven record of success, and award-winning counsel on your side, you can rest assured knowing your case is in reliable hands.
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