Pennsylvania & New Jersey Wrongful Death Lawyers – Library of Legal Articles

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Wrongful Death Legal Articles

Wrongful Death Lawsuits in Pennsylvania & New Jersey

Each year, there are hundreds of wrongful death lawsuits filed in courts across Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Surviving family members are often forced to file wrongful death and survival actions in order to obtain justice for their deceased loved ones.

Too often, families encounter significant financial hardship after the death of a loved one. Waiting too long to seek legal advice can adversely affect legal rights.

Top Causes of Injury in Wrongful Death & Survival Actions

Wrongful death and survival actions are commonly filed in the following types of situations:

  • work injury/accidents,
  • auto accidents,
  • crime victim cases,
  • brain/head injuries,
  • defective product accidents, and
  • alcohol accidents.

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