Truck Accident Lawyer in Philadelphia
The sheer size and weight of a Tractor-Trailer is enough to overwhelm the safety devices on any average passenger Car, Truck or SUV. If you lost a loved one in a Crash Involving A Semitruck, you deserve to find out how the crash happened, and the person who caused it must be held accountable.
At The Law Offices of Greg Prosmushkin, P.C., we have significant experience handling wrongful death claims on behalf of families in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Our Truck Accident Lawyers are compassionate people and powerful advocates. We believe that negligent Truck drivers and Trucking companies need to be held accountable when their actions harm others.
It does not cost you anything to discuss your potential case with one of our attorneys. You can arrange a meeting by calling 215-437-3058 (Philadelphia) or 609-257-4976 (Trenton). You can also email us if you prefer.
Wrongful Death Cases Stemming From Trucking Accidents
Though there is no amount of financial compensation that can possibly make up for the loss of a loved one, a successful wrongful death claim does at least provide the family with the means to move forward, perhaps with a sense that some form of justice has been served. In a fatal truck crash case, family members can seek compensation for a variety of things, including:
- Funeral expenses
- Medical expenses that were incurred prior to death (hospital stay, for example)
- Loss of financial support
- Loss of consortium/companionship
- Emotional distress (in some instances)
One of the steps involved in filing a wrongful death claim is the appointment of someone to represent the estate of the deceased. Our legal team can provide guidance on this issue and assist in an estate administration matters as well.
We offer a free initial consultation to all potential clients. To arrange yours, please call one of our offices: 215-437-3058 (Philadelphia) or 609-257-4976 (Trenton). You can also send us an email and we will respond promptly.
This content was written on behalf of Greg Prosmushkin.