Helping Surviving Families After Fatal Accidents
Building owners, contractors, subcontractors and other parties that play a role in a construction site are responsible for ensuring that workers are safe while on the job. Maintaining a safe workplace costs money, however, which leads some parties to cut corners, resulting in safety code violations. Unfortunately, this negligence can create a hazardous environment for construction workers that can cause serious injuries or death.
Losing a loved one to a construction accident is a tragedy that no family should ever have to go through. Sadly, many families in Queens and throughout New York have experienced this difficult situation. At Daniella Levi & Associates, P.C., we believe that the survivors of fatal construction accident victims deserve justice for their loss — and we can help you pursue it.
Seeking The Compensation You Deserve
The death of a loved one is not only emotionally challenging, but can also cause major financial challenges for a family. At our law firm, we will aggressively pursue the compensation you need to move forward, including compensation for:
- Loss of income
- Final medical expenses
- Funeral and burial costs
- Pain and suffering endured by the deceased
Protecting You Through The Probate Process
Our attorneys understand that this is a difficult time for you and your family. If your loved one died without a will, however, it can make the process of distributing his or her estate very challenging. If you are in this situation, we will help you ensure that your loved one’s estate is properly probated and administered to the correct heirs so you don’t have to.
Discuss Your Case In A Free Consultation
Our lawyers are ready to guide you through the process of seeking the compensation you deserve. To schedule a free initial consultation with the team that will work on your case, call us at 718-380-1010 or reach out to us online. We are willing to travel to meet with you if you cannot come to us. דוברים עברית. Se habla español. Мы говорим на русском.