Montgomery County Wrongful Death Lawyers
Skilled Wrongful Death Lawyers Fight for Recovery in Bucks County and Montgomery County, PA
If you are reading this page, you have probably lost a loved one and are grieving. Our heartfelt condolences go out to you for your loss. Your sorrow and anger may be overwhelming, especially when your loved one was killed because of negligence, recklessness, or violence. While no amount of money will ever make up for your sorrow, you should be compensated by the person or entity responsible for your loved one’s death.
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As the bereaved in such a loss, you may feel powerless and not know what to do. The Bristol attorneys of Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg, and Gifford know exactly what can be done. Our Pennsylvania personal injury and wrongful death attorneys will do our best to make sure that the responsible parties pay.
Trusted Wrongful Death Attorneys Will Fight for Your Rightful Recovery
When a preventable death was caused because of someone’s wrongful act, the surviving family may be entitled to significant monetary recovery for their loss. Our highly experienced Quakertown wrongful death attorney team at Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg, and Gifford can skillfully and compassionately guide you through the process of a wrongful death lawsuit in Newtown, Norristown, Doylestown, or anywhere else in Southeastern PA.
A wrongful death monetary recovery case is meant to compensate surviving family members for the emotional and financial losses they have suffered as a result of another party’s negligence. The death of a loved one can create extreme financial stress for a family. Hospital bills alone can easily rise into seven figures. Unexpected funeral expenses are often in the thousands. Just as financially disabling may be the loss of a family wage earner.
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In addition to the monetary losses, a wrongful death suit can also compensate for emotional suffering. The absence of a loved one’s companionship and comfort is a loss that family members must live with for the rest of their lives. The Quakertown attorneys of Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg, and Gifford will take your emotional suffering into account as we push for an appropriate settlement.
Types of Wrongful Death Cases in Pennsylvania
In Pennsylvania, the types of fatalities that may be entitled to monetary wrongful death settlements include:
- Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Wrongful Death
- Child Abuse Wrongful Death
- Dangerous Pharmaceutical Products Wrongful Death
- Defective Medical Device Wrongful Death
- Elder Abuse Wrongful Death
- Premises Liability Wrongful Death
- Vehicle Malfunction Wrongful Death
- Suicide induced by another person, including bullying
- Delivery of illegal drugs
- Drowning in an improperly fenced swimming pool
- Drunk driving
- Distracted or reckless driving
- Unnecessary lethal force by police
- Medical and surgical mistakes
- Dangerous consumer products
- Property accidents, including fire
- Workplace accidents
- Vehicular homicide or manslaughter
- “One punch” assault
- Fatal internal injuries because of rape
Experienced Wrongful Death Lawyers Can Help You Seek Justice for Your Loss
As the bereaved of someone who has wrongfully died due to negligence or violence, you have legal rights. Any immediate family member, such as a spouse, child, parent, trustee, or executor of an estate may claim damages through a wrongful death lawsuit in a civil court or, if applicable, file a workers’ compensation claim.
For guidance through what will be a difficult, complex, and arduous process, talk to the wrongful death attorneys of Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg, and Gifford. We have over 270 years of cumulative experience representing individuals and estates and have won multi-millions for our clients in Doylestown, Quakertown, Holland, and throughout Southeastern Pennsylvania.
Please allow us to help relieve some of your suffering and the financial stress and worries caused by your loss. Our legal team will work hard to gain the monetary compensation you deserve and to make those responsible for the wrongful death pay.
When You’ve Lost A Loved One Due To Another Party’s Negligence Our Pennsylvania Legal Team Can Help You Monetarily Recover
If you have suffered the loss of a loved one due to another party’s negligence, you have the right to hold the negligent party accountable for their actions. Although no amount of money can truly compensate for the loss of a family member, a wrongful death suit can help relieve the financial stress associated with the accident and provide a feeling of justice for the bereaved.
And because you have enough to overcome, Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg, and Gifford’s wrongful death lawyers will never charge you a cent until we win your rightful compensation.
At no upfront cost to you, here is what our team of Lansdale attorneys and support staff will do for you:
- Meet with you to discuss your case.
- Evaluate if your case qualifies for a wrongful death lawsuit or claim.
- Estimate what your case may be worth.
- Determine who is responsible for the wrongful death.
- Handle all the attorneys involved.
- Hire and send investigators.
- Interview witnesses.
- Manage and coordinate the complex legal process.
- Deal with the confusing paperwork.
- File PA civil court lawsuits and claims.
- Fight hard for the maximum compensation allowed by law.
The Law Firm of Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg, and Gifford Is Ready to Assist You with a Wrongful Death Claim
Let us respectfully and compassionately explain your legal rights when your loved one has been killed because of another person’s or company’s wrongful act in Pennsylvania. Your meeting with us is free. Just call us 24/7 at to schedule an initial consultation at one of our offices in Newtown or Colmar, PA. Or if you are more comfortable sharing what happened on our contact form, we will get back to you immediately. Our wrongful death lawyers in Warrington, PA serve clients throughout Montgomery County, including Norristown, and many more. Contact us today.