At The Perecman Firm, P.L.L.C., our New York City medical malpractice lawyers help clients pursue wrongful death claims for medical negligence. Our attorneys have been practicing medical malpractice and wrongful death law in New York for more than 30 years.
When people put their lives in the hands of doctors, nurses, and other medical professionals, they deserve to be treated with the utmost care and respect. Unfortunately, healthcare providers who do not follow professional standards can make fatal mistakes. When poor medical practice results in death, bereaved families and loved ones have the right to hold the responsible party accountable.
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If the death of your spouse, parent, or child could have been avoided if a doctor or nurse had been more careful, you deserve an opportunity to hold the negligent party accountable.
Our firm pursues wrongful death claims for circumstances such as the following:
Our attorneys are knowledgeable about the types of compensation that are available under New York wrongful death law, and we will work diligently to maximize the value and the impact of your case. Let us put our experience and passion to work for you.
Our firm is made of true trial lawyers — tough, sharp, and effective at securing millions for bereaved clients who have lost loved ones. Our record speaks for itself: our firm is responsible for dozens of multi-million dollar verdicts and settlements, including the second-largest settlement in the history of New York State.
Do not let the death of your loved one go unanswered — contact our firm for a free consultation today.
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