Your Philadelphia Wrongful Death Lawyer
Your family’s needs come first at our Philadelphia law firm
The death of a loved one can be a traumatic experience under most circumstances. But if your family member died because of someone else’s reckless or negligent behavior, the flood of emotions can be overwhelming. It’s common for people to feel confused, angry and depressed. You might even feel like there’s nothing you can do.
You can do something. You do have rights. And we can help you explore them. Philadelphia wrongful lawyer Michael Hanamirian has more than three decades of experience handling such complex personal injury cases. He knows the laws. He understands the process. And he’s prepared to do the work that needs to be done. That’s what sets The Hanamirian Firm, PC apart from many other law firms – our drive and desire to truly help people in need.
What type of wrongful death case are you dealing with?
Wrongful death is a legal term used to describe any accident caused by negligent or reckless behavior. Such accidents can cover a wide range, including:
- Fatal car accident
- Fatal truck accident
- Fatal motorcycle accident
- Fatal personal injury accident
- Fatal medical malpractice case
Whatever type of wrongful death case your family is dealing with, we want to help you take the next step. We want to help you explore the legal options available to you and which ones make the most sense for your specific situation.
Discover how a Philadelphia wrongful death attorney can help you
In Pennsylvania, you often only have two years from the date of a person’s death to file a wrongful death lawsuit. This deadline – known as the statute of limitations – needs to be strictly adhered to in many cases.
Two years might seem like a long time to take legal action. And it’s natural to want to take some time to grieve the loss of a loved one. But the reality is building a strong, successful wrongful death case often takes a tremendous amount of time. And the sooner we can start investigating your case and searching for evidence, the better.
The reason why is some of the most important evidence we need to build a case can disappear over time. Whether it’s vehicle debris or truck accident record data or eyewitness testimony, it’s always better to start an investigation sooner rather than later.
We can handle all the red tape and negotiate directly with insurance companies on your behalf. That way, you can focus on what matters most – grieving the loss of a loved one. Contact us and discover what a dedicated, Philadelphia wrongful death lawyer can do for you. Schedule your free case evaluation today.